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January 2014 Best Times

January 2014 Best Times

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Small town makes a big difference in international relief  Yoga catches on with Montanas 50-plussers Vet recounts surviving sinking ship in WWII
Beet truck driver 
January 2014
 
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Bookshelf .................................................Page 3Opinion ....................................................Page 4 Savvy Senior ............................................Page 5Volunteering .............................................Page 18On the Menu ............................................Page 20Calendar ...................................................Page 21Strange But True ......................................Page 22
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News Lite
 Man proposes to girlfriend during arrest
ELK CITY, Okla. (AP) — Talk about a marriage proposal to remember.An Oklahoma man proposed to his girlfriend last week while an officer tried to arrest him on two outstanding warrants.An officer spotted Justin Harrel of Elk City in a local park recently and discovered that he had outstanding warrants out of two counties for obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check, according to court documents.Police said Harrel resisted arrest at first.“I advised Justin that he was under arrest and directed him to turn around and place his hands behind his back,” the officer wrote in his police report. “Justin said, ‘Steve, let’s talk about this. Give me five minutes.’”When the officer took him into custody, Harrel explained that he was about to propose to his girlfriend. He asked if he could go ahead with the proposal.The officer allowed Harrel to complete the marriage proposal, and Harrel’s girlfriend eventually said yes. Harrel then asked the officer to get the engagement ring from his coat pocket and give it to her. The officer handed the ring to the girlfriend.Harrel was not cited for resisting an officer.
Holiday hams on interstate ramp
ATLANTA (AP) — A truck overturned in metro Atlanta, spill-ing tons of hams onto an interstate ramp.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the truck was hauling 40,000 pounds of hams Dec. 19 around 4 a.m. when it over-turned, spilling its cargo south of Atlanta. Authorities worked to clear the ramp from Old National Highway to Interstate 85 south-bound after the crash.The cab of the truck was destroyed in the crash, which also caused a diesel fuel spill.Truck driver, Rigo Vargas, said he was hauling the hams to Texas when he wrecked. He said he banged his head against the door when the rig flipped over, but wasn’t seriously hurt.
 
“The Wild Chef”By Jonathan Miles and the editors of Field & StreamWeldon Owen (August 2013)Hardback • 219 pages • $32.50 ISBN 13: 978-1-61628-547-0ISBN 19: 1-61628-547-8
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By Montana Best Times staff 
Prepare to salivate.That’s all you can say about the new book from the editors of Field & Stream called “The Wild Chef.”If you ever had a doubt about whether wild game and fish could be made ridicu-lously delicious, this book will lay all doubts to rest.Field & Stream has collected the best recipes, tips and food writing from the magazine’s “Wild Chef” column and blog, “The Wild Chef,” for the first-ever cook-book from the world’s leading outdoor magazine, says a news release on the book from baltz & company. A guide to the technique and apprecia-tion of wild fish and game cooking, the book is filled with more than 130 recipes organized by season and full-color photos, featuring robust, flavorful dishes available to the hunters and non-hunters alike. “We at Field & Stream launched ‘The Wild Chef’ column in 2004 to help culti-vate and encourage this revival in game and fish cookery, and to provide our readers with opportunities for adventure even after the guns and tackle boxes have been packed away,” said author Jonathan Miles — former cocktail col-umnist for The New York Times and con-tributor to Food & Wine magazine — in the press release.“The Wild Chef” cookbook, with reci-pes sourced from today’s most prolific chefs, including John Besh (Restaurant August), Thomas McNaughton (Central Kitchen), John Currence (City Grocery), Donald Link (Cochon), Sean Brock (Husk), Fergus Henderson (St. John, Lon-don), Marco Canora (Hearth), Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster) and Tim Love (Lonesome Dove) reflects this mission with a woods-to-table primer that includes:• One-page overviews entitled “Essen-tial Guide” throughout the book, spotlight-ing the best tips and tools for classic cook-ing techniques, including: “Butchering Birds,” “Prepping Your Catch,” and “Open Fire Cooking” with easy-to-read charts and illustrations.• Recipes that celebrate both the tradi-tional game and fish popular with today’s home cooks as well as the unsung favor-ites of the huntsman’s harvest such as Grilled Dove Pizza, Black Bear Empana-das and Elk Carbonnade. The featured rec-ipes are designed to reflect current dining trends and the evolution of American cooking styles, including foraged ingredi-ents (trout, fiddlehead ferns, and scram-bled eggs), charcuterie (Duck Prosciutto), ethnic influences (Wild-Game Banh Mi), and heightened technique (Partridge Two Ways).Miles distills some of the historical and cultural allure of wild fish and game ingre-dients into whimsical sidebars such as “Adventures in Venison,” “The Joy of Squirrels,” and “The History of Chili,” giving the reader an authentic and accessi-ble context of the subject.Throughout the whole book are luscious photos of prepared game and fish. Like we said, prepare to salivate.
 Montana Best Times recipe contributor  Jim Durfey also writes about wild game recipes in this month’s issue. Check them out on Page 20.
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