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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 2010 5 This Su mme Submitted by BETH STEVENS/ Waverly, IA When grilling season fires up, it's easy to stick to the same old tried-and-true chicken breasts, steaks, burgers and brats. But if you're craving some vari- ety in your outdoor cooking this summer, let your grills go wild! All it takes to turn ordinary fare into something more memorable is an adventuresome spirit, a little grilling know-how and some easy-to-make recipes. Use these hints to save money and spice up your outdoor grilling: I. Go ahead and buy less ex- pensive cuts of beef and pork. but tenderize them before grilling. This can he done by pounding the meat with a meat mallet, scor- ing it with a sharp knife or mari- nating it with a mixture contain- ing lime or lemon juice, vinegar or wine. Always refrigerate meats while marinating them. 2. Grill less tender cuts of meat and then slice thinly for use in salads, wraps, fajitas or on grilled pizza. 3. Marinades and brines add r: Grills gone wild! tremendous flavor to ordinary meats and seafood Allow less tender cuts to soak long enough so the mixtures can full\ tender- ize the meat. Flexor combina- tions are limitless! 4. Apply wet or dry rubs on meat and seafood before grilling 1~o deliver extra flavor, increase browning and create a crunchy texture while holding in the mois- ture. 5. For grilled meats with a smoky flavor, fill a foil pouch with small damp chunks of wood and perforate: when heated, the pouch will rel:'ase smoke. Set the pouch toward the back ~[ ,~ cov- ered grill, dirc:tt\ on th, charcoal or lava rocks. ~rran~e l,.:od on the grate near the ~moke. b~t n,,t di- rectly over t [ruil \foods such as apple, plum or chert\ comple-~ ment poultry, llickor~ l~ a good choice for most meats, especially pork. 6. While tender or thin cuts of meat can be gulled directly over high heat. larger ol tougher cuts of meat need to be cc~oked more slowly over indirect heat using lower temperatures. Don't rush it -be patient! 7 For added juiciness, allow 5 to 15 minutes of standing time after removing meat from the grill before serving. 8. Clean the grates well be- fore grilling side dishes and sweets or your pineapple could taste like a T-bone. 9. To grill small or thin fruits and vegetables, use skewers, grill baskets or foil so pieces won't fall through the grate. 10. Grilling tends to bring out the natural sugars in fruit. though a sweet or savory glaze, can add additional flavor. On the other hand. grilled vegetables will benefit greatly from a light marinating, glazing or basting. Take a walk on the wild side this sunnner and turn up the heat on fresh-off-the-grill flavor when you try new rubs. marinades. sauces and salsas with meats, sea- food and side dishes! For excit- ing new grilling recipes, check out both Grills Gone Wild titles I Meats & Mains. Sides & Sweets) published by CQ Products I www.cqproducts.com). Jalapeno Grill win Hoop It Up The Jalapeno Grill traveled to Albuquerque !~s~ weekend tg. participate in iheH061~ IFOl~3-- ori*3 basketball tournament.The boys played seven games over two days and brought home championship trophies for their efforts. Pictured above are Raymond Saucedo, Johnny Plowman, and Jacob Esquivel. At right, Raymond Saucedo in action. Courtesy photos ! Important Dates This Month in I the litc of Geronimo (Goyaa 'Le)[' 1. Battle of' Kask yeh' Late ] Spring 1851 I 2. Escape from the Chiricahua I Reservation 8 June 1816 ] I http:, thcg0,shinyamajujutsuandc0mputer- [ club.netfirins.c0m/g0dhaale.htm I I$ Monday, June 21 (Major League) 6:00 PM Cubs vs. A's 8:00 PM Rangers vs DBacks Tuesday, June 22 (T-Ball) 6:00 PM Storm vs. Rattlers 7:00 PM Sand-gnats vs. Astros (Coach Pitch) 6:00 PM Scorpions vs. Lugnuts 7:00 PM Ar/gels vs. Rockhounds Wednesday, June 23 (Major League). 6:00 PM DBacks vs. A's 8:00 PM Cardinals vs. Phillies Thursday, June 24 (T-Ball) 6 00 PM Storm vs. Sandgnats 7:00 PM Muckdogs vs. Astros (Coach Pitch) 6:00 PM Rockhounds vs. Angels 7:00 PM Scorpions vs. Lugnuts Friday, June 25 (Major League) 6:00 PM Phillies vs. A's 8:00 PM DBacks vs. Cubs The Lordsburg Little League Board of Directors would like to thank the following who have stepped up to the plate it) spons r our 2010 Season: City of Lordsburg Napa/Eamos Farms Couaty of Hidalgo Elbrook Water ,qystems Hidalgo County Herald l;lks Lodge "I$1 Kra berry's Family lt, estaurant inc. Tierra Verde Advisors, .Abeyta I hysical Therapy Sports Medicine Nape/It, amos Farms Trailtow Pootheel Orooery Smith Ford Wilbur Ellis iad Chile Valley Mercantile ,%uoedo's Supermarket Daniel Rodriguez, Darien Jarrott, Maverick Head Coach Louie Balsa, Matthew Aguilera, Robert Chaires, and Caleb De La Garza South All Stars win annual North- South football Courtesy submission The South A/AA All Stars won the 20= Annual A/AA North- South All Star Football Game 6- 2. The game was played Friday. June 11 at Milne Stadium in Al- buquerque. The game is spgn- scrod the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. The South scored early in the game to make it 6-0. The de- fenses on both sides controlled the game and allowed little of- fense. Late in the game. with the ball inside the lO.yard line and fourth down, the South punter ran the ball out of the end zone to purposely get a safety, making the score 6-2. On the ensuing free kick from their own 20 yard line, Sohth punter, Dan Fuller from Dexter. punted the ball 80 yards into the North's end zone. The North, with less than two minutes left in the game. drove the ball all the way to the South 5 yard line. only to be stopped on a fourth down play and turn the ball over back to the South on downs. The South ran one play Gila Cliff trailhead reo to run the clock out to end the gamc. The Lordsburg Mavericks had five players participate in the game. Matthew Aguilera, Robert Chaires, Caleb De La Garza. Darian Jarrott, and -Daniel Caleb DeLaGarza springs into action. Submitted by GCDNM/Silver City Superintendent Steve Riley announced last week that New Mexico State Department of Transportation staff has re- potable water is at the Visitor Rodriguez all played significant ' minutes and were very instru- mental in the victory, especially on the defensive side of the ball The South was coached by David Lynn, Head Coach of the New Mexico Military Institute Colts. lings National Monument pens to vehicle note ~hat until US Forest Ser- side' of the bridge, :v'is~tors,are vtce and National Park Service cautioned not to use those staff can replace the water line trailheads for long-term park- across the bridge, the closest ing. The West Fork Bridge may Center or the RV Station. Vehicles can now be driven directly to TJ Corral and the West Fork Trail (# 15 1 ) trailheads. To prevent visitors from being trapped on the north be closed #t any time during periods of heavy rains or high water in the West Fork of the Gila River. For further information. please contact the Gila Visitor Center at (575) 536-9461. opened the West Fork Bridge to vehicles, which means that visi- tors will now be able to drive directly to the Cliff Dwellings trailhead. Effective Friday, June 1 1 entrance fees. which had been waived since the bridge was closed, will resume at $3.00 r Advertising in the for individuals over 16 years and . ,,., $10.00 for families. . J~ nla y Both .Lower and Upper ~H l Scorpion Campgrounds have re- ~' opened for car camping. Please IS easier than ever! , II " . r 2 Mile Walk& 1 Mile Fun Run I a AM (registration at 7:30 a.m.) I Sunday,.July 4, 2010 I Short Park (Special Events Center I i E./ ~ " $12 Registration Fee per person. ' ~=~ | ' ' at 575-542-9864 or Nick Ruiz at 575-3.13-3247 - ~ " ] Are Here! Imagine having up to an extra $500.00 t0., spend in Lordsburg. You could spend it on groceries, dining out, utilities, a night or two away from home in one of our fine lodging facilities, purchase merchandise, make repairs to your car, or buy tires--spend it at any LOrdsburg merchant, business or service! Redeemable only for merchandise and/or services. NOT REDEEMABLE FOR CASH'. NON-TRANsFERABLE: May NOT be used to acquire tobacco, alcoholic beverages or lottery & other gaming activities. Must be at least 18 years of age to p~trticipate! Raffle tickets are now on sale: $5.00 per ticket Only 500 will be sold! ,Odds of Winning =1 in 100 1st Prize=S500.00 ~ 2nd Prize=S300.00 ~ 3rd Prize=S100.00 4th and 5th Prizes=S50 each. Drawing: July 31, 2010, 10:00 a.m. Sancedo's Parking Lot Sponsored by and tickets available at Oasis Compassion Services, 807 Duncan Hwy, Lordsburg (575) 590-3474. one of our authorized agents, or at Saucedo's on July 2 & 3. To Benefit Lordsburg/Hidalgo County Community Projects and-Residents I