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On April 8-10, 896 pies wereentered into the 17th AnnualAmerican Pie Council Crisco Na-tional Pie Championships hostedin Orlando. The Best of ShowAmateur Division winner wasPhyllis Szymanek of Toledo.Her creation “Royal Maca-damia Raspberry Pie” took homethe Best of Show out of 301 en-tries in the Amateur Division andwon the Cream Cheese category.Her winning recipe earned her$5000, a Sears Kenmore range, aCrisco gift basket and huge brag-ging rights.Szymanek’s accomplishmentis one that could inspire thosethroughout Toledo’s community,whether it be in pie making ortrying something unique in thekitchen.Here is Szymanek’s awardwinning recipe:
Royal MacadamiaRaspberry PieCrisco Pie Crust:
1 1/2 cups Pillsbury All Pur-pose Flour 1/2 cup Crisco1/2 tsp salt 3 tbsp butter(chilled) 3-4 tbsp ice water2 tbsp chopped macadamianutsIn a mixing bowl, combine
our and salt; cut in Crisco and
butter until crumbly. Add waterone tablespoon at a time untildough forms into a ball. Chill
for one hour. Roll out on ouredsurface to t a 9 inch pie dish.
Lightly press macadamia nutsinto pie crust. Place in pie dishand bake at 425degrees for 12 to15 minutes or until lightly brown.Set aside to cool.
1 cup sugar 2 1/2 tbsp cornstarch 1 1/4 cup water pinch of salt1 - 3oz box Raspberry jello 3cups raspberriesIn a small saucepan, combinesugar, cornstarch, water and saltover medium heat. Bring to aboil. Boil until thick and clear.Remove from heat and add jello,mix well. Set aside and cool for15 to 20 minutes
Cream Cheese Filling:
1 8oz pkg cream cheese (soft-ened) 1/2 cup powdered sugar1/2 tsp lemon juice 8 oz CoolWhip 1/2 cup chopped macada-mia nutsPlace cream cheese in a me-dium mixing bowl and beat onlow speed until creamy. Addpowdered sugar until mixed well.Add lemon juice. Fold in 1/2 of the Cool Whip. Spread 1/2 of thecream cheese mixture into bottomof cooled pie crust. Spread 1/2 of raspberries over cream cheese.Pour 1/2 glaze over raspberries.Refrigerate for 15 to 20 min-utes. Then add remaining cream
cheese over raspberries; top with
remaining raspberries then therest of the glaze. Chill for aboutan hour. Place remaining CoolWhip in a pastry bag with a startip to garnish top of pie makingthree circles around outer edge of pie. Sprinkle with nuts.
Local womanwins pie contest
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At Central CatholicHigh School, 606 studentsearned academic honorsforthe third quarter. Thefollowing students fromSylvania made the honorroll for the third quarter:First Honors (Gradepoint average of 3.9and higher) – JosephBeutel, Nicholas Beutel,Kevin Beyersdorf, EmilyDurbak, Samantha Fisher,Mallory Hunyor, CourtneyIannucci, Brian Kelly,Sara Koelsch, ClaireLangenderfer, ConnorLangenderfer, JasonMossing, Meghan Oberle,Kelsey O’Brien, SamuelPerry, Chandler Rygalski,Courtney Rygalski, BrianSherman, Paul WeanerSecond Honors(Grade point average of 3.5 to 3.89) – KariannaAdamson, SamanthaBurkholder, Aidan Dillon,Zachary Gray, MichaelHunyor, Jesse Oswanski,Michael Ramirez, BlakeWasungThird Honors (Gradepoint average of 3.1 to3.49) – Sarah Glassmoyer,Hunter Riccio, JuliusSwolsky
Central Catholicannounces honor roll
CHICAGO- Thefollowing DePaulUniversity studentshave been named tothe Dean’s List for the2011 Winter quarter.To receive Dean’s Listcommendation, full-time students must earna cumulative grade pointaverage of 3.50 or aboveon a four-point scale.Local students MarisaMercurio of Sylvania,and Molly Ebraheim andZachary Weinberg of Toledo were named tothe Dean’s List.
DePaul Universityannounces Dean’s List
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