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The Adams County Record Wednesday, August 1, 2012 Page 19 I From Garden to Kitchen A Tasty Twist t3,]l rkn Old Favorite On weekend mornings, few things are as comforting as wak- ing up and enjoying a leisurely, homemade breakfast. As relaxing as such meals can be, they can also be just as relaxing at din- ner time. Pancakes, for instance, Egg, will always be synonymous with pancakes can also include a host breakfast, but that hasn't stopped of different ingredients, such as pancake afficionados from enjoy- the following recipe for "Egg, ing their favorite flapjacks at din- Shrimp and Scallion Pancakes" ner. from Andrea Nguyen's "Into the In addition to their versatility Vietnamese Kitchen" (Ten Speed as to when they can be eaten, Press). Shrimp and Scallion Pancakes Serves 4 to 6 with 2 or 3 other dishes Ingredients 1 5 2 pound medium shrimp, peeled eggs, beaten scallions, white and green parts, chopped Salt Canola or other neutral oil [for frying] Fish sauce or light (regular) soy . sauce for serving 1. Refresh the shrimp by put- ting them in a colander and toss- ing them with a liberal amount of salt. Rinse immediately under cold water and press gently to drain well. Put the shrimp in a bowl, add the eggs and scallions, and mix well. 2. Put enough oil into a large nonstick skillet to coat the bot- tom thinly. Place over medium heat and heat until a drop of egg immediately sizzles and bubbles upon contact with the oil. To make each pancake, ladle about 2 tablespoons of the egg mixture into the skillet, making sure that a few shrimp are included in each portion, and then quickly nudge the shrimp in each pool of egg so they don't overlap. Fry only as many pancakes at once as will fit without crowd- ing, about three pancakes at a time in a 12-inch skillet. Don't worry about the shape each one takes, as they are meant to be free-form. When the edges of a pancake are set and lightly browned, after about 2 minutes, use a spatula to turn it care- fully. (If the pancakes have stuck together, use the spatula to sepa- rate them before flipping.) Fry for another 30 seconds to 1 min- ute, until browned on the second side. Transfer the finished pan- cakes to a plate and keep warm while you fry the rest. 3. Arrange the pancakes in 2 plates or a platter and serve with the fish sauce for dipping. SCALLIONS "Green Onions" in the Uniteds States. When choosing scallions, check to see that there is no : to the onion and that the stalks are not curling. Fish sauce dates back to sometime between the 4-3 century BC. Ithas been used in many cultures including Roman, Korean, Japanese, and South East Asian cooking I never thought that finding a massage herapist would be this challenging. Q*** i+ "--tD +.0 x *+=*A( cP,k , h-"- $ ABCDrFOHiOKLHHOPQRSTOVWXYZ e pues evoke flings of days in the sun U the due: 3 = i to solve. Ao 8 23 20 3 26 3 6 11 g B 14 23 25 14 8 3 25 19 C. 14 4 3 20 20 3 25 16 i D. 2 19 17 13 8 [ Crossword Sudoku Answers 711 4 319 6 5!82 45 1 267 839 945 123 6!7 8 85639 742,85 6 3 -I1 4 19 6 317 2 ,131 519 8 '15 2 "14 6 ;12 7 816 1 ;14 8 9'5 7 1119423 4 7 9 Beginner Sudoku 3 5 7 3 8 8 4 6 3 2 9 7 8 3 2 6 1 1 2 5 3 5 8 7 3 Crossword Puzzle CLUES ACROSS 1. Disco light 32. A blood group 7. London radio station 33. Takes to task 10. Aerospace Co. Morton __ 35. Prints money (abbr.) 11. Capital of Puglia, Italy 36. Airbus manufacturer 12. A phantom or apparition 37. A instance of selling 13. Packed wine 38.12th month (abbr.) 14. The ocean below 6000 39. Baseball's Ruth meters 40. 1959 Nobel biochemist 15.1st dynasty: AKA Xia Severo 16. Every 43. Weights deducted to obtain 17. Six (Spanish) net 18. His ark 44. To lie scattered over 20. Segment or a circle 47.6th Jewish month 2l. Pres. Johnson or Obama 48. Physical maltreators 26. 12th Greek letter 49. Founder Franklin 27. The First Lady 50. Published CLUES DOWN 1. Fish of the genus Alosa 24. Aluminum 2. Rock singer Turner 25. Considerate and solicitous 3. Muslim weight from 1 to 5 care pounds 28. Popular Canadian phrase 4. Turkish unit of weight 29. Consumed food 5. Bovine genus 30. Hayfields 6. Popular shade tree 31. About Andes 7. The principal foundation of 34. Secondary School Certificate 8. La  Tar Pits 35. Pen maker CasteU 9. Spanish hero soldier 37. Brand of clear wrap . 10. Brains egg-shaped grey 39. Past tense of bid matter 40. Resort city on Lake Biwa 11. Fundamental 41. Big Bear was chief 12. Bast 42. A group of cattle 13. Small angels 43. The bill in a restaurant 16. Not or 44. People of the Dali region of 17. S Pacific island group Yunnan 19. Ad : impromptu 45. One point S of due E 22. Gen. __ DeGaulle 46. Pig genus 23. Hasidic spiritual leader