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May 25, 2011 I rood I STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 11A What is in your refrigerator For years I've heard the rumor that people who visit other people's homes tend to look in their medi- cine cabinets out of curios- ity. Honestly, I have never done this. Instead, I have acquired an addiction that is all my own. I like to sneak a peek into my friends or neighbors refrig- erators to see what might be on their menu for the week. Snooping am I? You bet I am. You see, It is my opinion that what a person keeps in their frig tells a lot about them in so many ways. It defines their tastes, and tells me if they like to cook, or if they just like to get take-out every night. tastes. I have seen many of the same items and then again some different ones too. The following list is a compilation of food items, that I feel are the most used and found items in Stone County refrigerators. They may be in your own refrigerator and then again, maybe they're not. Either way, this list is just a small sampling of what I have seen over the past couple of years in various refrigerators in and around Stone County. So let's all sneak a peek. (1) Milk - Not just any add straight lemon to plain old tap water for a flavor boost. Most locals are using them for shrimp and crawfish boils. (3) Yard Eggs - In Stone County there is an abun- dance of farms, which growing in popularity and is not only liked for its fla- vor but also for its price. (5) Blue Bell Ice Cream - this inexpensive ice cream is a southern delight found in almost every Stone County freezer Makes the perfect rootbeer float (6) Barq's Rootbeer - born in Biloxi, this root beer is without a doubt a local and you have to admit that it definitely tastes better in ice cold long neck bottles. (7) Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ airtight container frig ready (9) Community Coffee - I see many various types of coffee being kept in many refrigerators, but Community Coffee tops them all. Dark Roast hap- pens to be the most popu- lar. (lo) Green Olives - the one item that really sur- prised me was the amount of refrigerators that con- tain green olives. People in Stone County loves their green olives Some use them in potato salads and others put them on sand- wiches. Jars of green olives are running wild in Stone County ...... who knew? So there's my top lO most witnessed items from refrigerators within Stone County. Some items that were close to making the list were blueberries, yogurt, pepper jack cheese, pecans, and Tabasco sauce. I hope this list helps new refrigerator owners pack their new refrigerator with Stone County's most popu- lar items. pIlilllllllll I Sauce -this might be the Now, there have been many lists from various food publications and web- sites that tell the top lO things a family should keep in their refrigerators. Well, I have come up with my own list. For the past two years, I have peeked into many refrigerators in many homes and have Come to the conclusion that folks in Stone County have distinct Makes about 3 cups milk, nope ..... what I'msee- means plentyofchickens most popularbbqsaucein I School 00I|I : and my favorite type of Stone County hands down. ! Lunch 00lml eggs ...... yard eggs. Farm This might also be the fresh and usually tastier most seen refrigerator item  !Ji I than store bought eggs, on the list. People in Stone Menu these eggs sometimes can County sure do ]eve their be found with a green shell Sweet Baby Ray s. I , 2Oli ......... I and are a bit larger than (8) Rotel - I've noticed I Breakfast their cousins at the local that many citizens of Stone Wednesday- auage Biuit, Jelb', &flee, Milk Wal-mart. County love tO put Rotel on I Thursday-B ir]tk+st Piz:za,..Juice, Milk _ (4) Conecuh Smoked anything ..... mashed pota- F/'iday-Pancake on a stick,,Jui, Milk Sausage - found at any toes, fried shrimp, nachos, | Monday-Egg Patty BLuit, Jelly, Juice, Milk I local grocery, this Alabama and scrambled eggs. So II "lt.'ay- SatLe Bixfit, Jelb', Juice, Milk  I manufactured sausage is why not keep it ready in an We(hlesday-Mini Pancakes w/'mp, Ham Slice., July, Milk ! ,=j, ! Garlic Mojo I , " " , I 1 . Wednesday-Chicken Nuggets w/Choice of Sauce, I i | Mashed Potatoes, Green Ptas, Juice Bar, Yeast Roll, I Milk  II Thursday-.Corn Dog w/Mustard or Ketchup, Baked Beans, Raw Veggies w/Dip, Apple, Milk I Friday-Hamburger w/Trimmhgs Oven Fries, | Monday-Ham/Ch:,ese Po-boy w/Trimmings, Oven | i Potato Wedges, Orange Wedges, Milk i Tuesday-Chicken Sandwich w/Trimmings, Corn on I Cob, Baked Beans, Fresh Melon, Milk 1 I Wednesday- Smoked Turkey Wrap w/Trimmings, I Oven Fries" Peach Cup' Ckie" M?)k I I (Mentl sul!ject to change, (hi(to availablity) ing is a love for that rich, tangy milk from Country Girl's Creamery. Their chocolate milk and real cream are starting to be hot sellers also. (a) Lemons and Limes - Whether it's for dropping in some sweet tea or adding to tacos, limes and lemons are one of most popular flavor additives found. I personally like to There's always a container of garlic mojo in my refriger- ator. I use it to season chicken, steaks, fish, vegetables, just about anything. In fact, I even use it for seasoning pop- corn. Ingredients 4 large heads garlic OR lO ounces (about 1 3/4 cups) peeled garlic cloves 2 cups high quality olive oil 1 Ieaspoon salt 1/2 cup fresh lime juice Directions Heat the oven to 325?. Break the heads of garlic apart, then mash each clove (a fist against the side of a knife is what I do) to release the clove from its papery skin; if using already-peeled garlic, scoop the cloves into a heavy reclosable plastic bag and use l.. ,.m 1 1 1 m ,---. 1 ,i, 1 1 am 1 ,JI a rolling pin to mash them slightly Stir together the garlic, oil and salt in an 8x8-inch pan (make sure all the garlic is sub- merged), slide it into the oven and bake until the garlic is soft and lightly brown, about 45 to 55 minutes. Add the lime juice and return to the oven for 20 minutes for the garlic to absorb the lime and turn golden brown. Using an old-fashioned potato masher or large fork, mash the garlic into a coarse puree Pour the mixture into a wide-mouth storage con- tainer and refrigerate it until you're ready to enjoy some deliciousness. This mojo will keep for up to three months in the refrig- erator as long as there's enough oil to keep the garlic covered. Animal Care Clinic YOUR PET. THEIR HEALIH. OUR P./SION. Warren Martin, DVM 601-528-9993 625 Fairgrounds Rd. Wiggins, Miss. Mississippi Governor Dave Dennis (R - Pass Christian) Stone County Board of Supervisors District 1 ,Joseph E. Davenport (R - Wiggins) R.Brent Tice (R- Wiggins) Stone County Superintendent of Education Dr. Gwen Miller (D- Wiggins) Jim Nightengale (R - Pevkinston) Jackie Spruill (D- Wiggins) NOTICE FOR ROAD CLOSING PERKINSTON-SILVER RUN ROAD In the best interest of the public, notice is hereby given that beginning Tuesday, May 31, 2011 Perkinston-Silver Run Road will. be closed to through traffic from Ten Mile Road north to Wire Road West for the purpose of new road and box culvert construction. All work zones will be closed to through traffic and detour signs will be posted. The traffic control signs will be installed in advance so please use caution and consider this section of Perkinston- Silver Run Road closed and the work zones dangerous at all times. Jonathan K. Bond County Engineer Publish: 5/18, 5/25/11 4.9% FINANCING FOR 48 MONTHS" ZGZt5 EZtrak" Mower Need irK)e tme? Yher gsei you one {'{ t le'.'se! zt.9% FINANCING FOR 68 MONTHS '- attachments ............. PICK 3 FOR ONE LOW PRICE! 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