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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, March 3. 2004 page Murl and his nephew Ross Teerink work at the butcher block table Murl's father built over 50 years ago. Baloney -- Continued from page 1 The butcher block has been replaced once. Micah and his cousin Ross had the job of grinding meat into ham- burger. All the hamburger is ground twice before Roger, Cecilee, and Eunice package the meat in an assembly line. Murl and Mary filled in wherever needed, and when I was there, they were getting things ready to do the baloney: Mary said that she bought the natural casings, but she may not be able to get them another year. They are not available in the United States, and the ones she got this year came from Mexico. Is this another rip- pie in the BSE wave that hit our country late last year? The Rupps have a spe- cial recipe book where they record all the pertinent information from year to year. How many critters were processed (this year only one beef and one pork)? How many pounds of the various cuts of meat did they get? What changes did they make in the baloney recipe? The recipe given here is the one they used this year. On-the-farm processing of meat is almost a lost art. Special equipment and tools are needed to make the job Ricky Cambronne died Funeral services for Ricky Cambronne, age 55, of Lake Benton, and formerly of Storden, will be held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, March 4, 2004, at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Storden with the Rev. easier. It takes time to set up before and clean up after the job is completed. A part of the force that compels families like the Rupps to continue year after year is the quality of meat they are able to eat. A bigger force just might be the idea. we've always done it. Its become a family tradition that everyone looks forward to each year. Three genera- tions worked side by side at the Rupp farm. It's part of the Rupp family heritage that Micah and his cousin Ross were experiencing that day. A tasty tradition is sampling the baloney before it is put into the casings. Micah's brother James arrived home from school in time to fry mini patties of the seasoned meat. Tradition says that the workers must make sure that the meat has just the right seasonings. In all the years we've done this. we've never had to change any of the seasonings, says Murl, with a smile. Baloney 48# pork 72# beef 1 each, pork & beef heart 2 1/3 # tenderquick salt 5 oz. black pepper 3 oz. mustard seed 30 garlic cloves, crushed, diluted in a couple cups water Blend the spices. Carefully pour over the beef and pork pieces. Mix well with your hands. Plastic gloves protect the skin from the salt. Put through a meat grinder two times. Cut casings to desired size and stuff. Tie ends. Music important to Anna Athletics is not a part of the Spanish school curriculum, so those who wish to partici- pate join an athletic club that meets outside of school hours, Anna has observed that basketball is the same here as it is in Spain, but people approach the game differ- ently. Players deal with each other differently. In family members. Music has held an important place in Anna's life for a number of years. and she is eagerly looking forward to the spring musi- cal production at the local high school. Anna is accom- panist for the high school Choralaires. She also takes piano lessons from Marian Johnson. continued problem. usually teach by method and don't dents to ask reaDY tions. Differences in favorite topic of when me, another culture. that food in Spain to the United State have fast foods McDonalds. and Pizza Hut. often has home on Friday nightS- corn as a vegetable new experience for In Spain. corn is in a lettuce salad. used to cooking oil. which adds its cial flavor to foods. Anna will Spain in June ward to corn ior year in high CLASSIFIED WORK FOR Anna enjoys music and Spain, whatever happens. happens, she said. Americans take sports more seriously than people do in Spain. For example, there aren't many spectators at games in Spain other than playing the piano. Teachers at Westbrook/Walnut Grove High School make classes interesting. Anna sai.d she can tell they love teaching. 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