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Prepare Now For Hurricane Florence

A disaster supplies kit is a collection of basic items a family would need to stay safe and be more comfortable during and after a disaster. Disaster supplies kit items should be stored in a portable container as close as possible to the exit door.

During a storm, safety should be your number one priority, not running around gathering supplies. For this reason, it is important to stock up on storm supplies before the storm is on top of you so you can focus on what’s most important: making sure you and everyone else is safe. Always follow evacuation / take-cover orders when they are issued for your area. Review the contents of your kit at least once per year or as your family needs change.

Storm Preparedness Kit for your Home
• Cell phone and extra, pre-charged cell phone batteries
• Generator
• Flashlights / extra batteries
• Portable, battery-powered weather radio or television and extra batteries
• Three-day supply of non-perishable food and manual can opener
• Three-day supply of water (one gallon of water per person, per day)
• First aid kit and manual
• Hand sanitizer, moist towelettes, and toilet paper
• Matches and waterproof container
• Whistle
• Clothing and bedding
• Extra prescription medication you may need to take
• Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils
• Photocopies of identification and credit cards
• Cash and coins
• Special needs items such as prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solution, and hearing aid batteries
• Items for babies including formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers
• Tools, pet supplies, a map of your local area, and other items to meet your unique family needs
• Mess kits, or paper cups, plates, and plastic utensils
• Emergency preparedness manual
• Battery-operated radio and extra batteries
• Flashlight and extra batteries
• Cash or traveler’s checks, change
• Non-electric can opener, utility knife
• Fire extinguisher: small canister ABC type
• Tube tent
• Pliers
• Tape
• Compass
• Matches in a waterproof container
• Aluminum foil
• Plastic storage containers
• Signal flare
• Paper, pencil
• Needles, thread
• Medicine dropper
• Shut-off wrench, to turn off household gas and water
• Whistle
• Plastic sheeting

Storm Preparedness Kit for your Car
Keep the following items in your car in case of an emergency:
• Flashlight, extra batteries, and maps
• First aid kit and manual
• Florescent distress flag
• Tire repair kit, booster / jumper cables, tire pump, and emergency flares
• Bottled water and non-perishable foods such as granola bars
• Seasonal supplies for winter:
• winter blanket
• hat
• mittens
• snow shovel
• sand
• tire chains
• windshield scraper
• Seasonal supplies for summer:
• sunscreen lotion (SPF 15 or greater)
• shade item (umbrella, wide brimmed hat, or tarp)

Store water in plastic containers such as soft drink bottles. Avoid using containers that will decompose or break, such as milk cartons or glass bottles. A normally active person needs to drink at least two quarts of water each day. Hot weather and intense physical activity can double this amount. Children, nursing mothers, and ill people will need more.
• Store one gallon of water per person per day.
• Keep at least a three-day supply of water per person.

Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food. Select foods that require no refrigeration, preparation or cooking, and little or no water. If you must heat food, pack a small camping burner or can of sterno. Select food items that are compact and lightweight.
Include a selection of the following foods in your Disaster Supplies Kit:
• Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, and vegetables
• Canned juices
• High energy foods
• Salt, sugar, pepper, spices, etc.
• Vitamins
• Food for infants
• Comfort/stress foods

First Aid Kit
Assemble a first aid kit for your home and one for each car. A first aid kit should include:
• Sterile adhesive bandages in assorted sizes
• Assorted sizes of safety pins
• Cleansing agent/soap
• Latex gloves (2 pairs)
• Sunscreen
• 2-inch sterile gauze pads (4-6)
• 4-inch sterile gauze pads (4-6)
• Triangular bandages (3)
• Non-prescription drugs
• 2-inch sterile roller bandages (3 rolls)
• 3-inch sterile roller bandages (3 rolls)
• Scissors
• Tweezers
• Needle
• Moist towelettes
• Antiseptic
• Thermometer
• Tongue blades (2)
• Tube of petroleum jelly or other lubricant

Clothing and Bedding
Include at least one complete change of clothing and footwear per person:
• Sturdy shoes or work boots
• Rain gear
• Blankets or sleeping bags
• Hat and gloves
• Thermal underwear
• Sunglasses

Special Items
Remember family members with special requirements, such as infants and elderly or disabled persons:

Storm Supplies For Babies
• Formula
• Diapers
• Bottles
• Powdered milk
• Medications

For Adults
• Heart and high blood pressure medication
• Insulin
• Prescription drugs
• Denture needs
• Contact lenses and supplies
• Extra eye glasses

Non-Prescription Drugs
• Aspirin or non-aspirin pain reliever
• Anti-diarrhea medication
• Antacid (for upset stomach)
• Syrup of Ipecac (use to induce vomiting if advised by the Poison Control Center)
• Laxative
• Activated charcoal (use if advised by the Poison Control Center)

• Toilet paper, towelettes
• Soap, liquid detergent
• Feminine supplies
• Personal hygiene items
• Plastic garbage bags, ties (for personal sanitation uses)
• Plastic bucket with tight lid
• Disinfectant
• Household chlorine bleach

• Games and books

Important Family Documents
Keep these records in a waterproof, portable container:
• Will, insurance policies, contracts deeds, stocks and bonds
• Passports, social security cards, immunization records
• Bank account numbers
• Credit card account numbers and companies
• Inventory of valuable household goods, important telephone numbers
• Family records (birth, marriage, death certificates)

Store your kit in a convenient place known to all family members. Keep a smaller version of the Disaster Supplies Kit in the trunk of your car.
Keep items in airtight plastic bags. Change your stored water supply every six months so it stays fresh. Replace your stored food every six months. Re-think your kit and family needs at least once a year. Replace batteries, update clothes, and any other supplies you think may become outdated.
Ask your physician or pharmacist about storing prescription medications.

*This information is general and is not intended to replace or override any of the advice, warnings, or information given by local officials, FEMA, NOAA, or any other official regulatory organization or government branch regarding storm safety in the form of thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, hail storms, floods, or any other natural disaster or man-made disaster. Always follow take-cover recommendations, evacuation orders, and any other advice given by local officials for your area.

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Tristar Products, Inc. Introduces Copper Chef Wonder Cooker Pan…

“As Seen on TV” marketing company Tristar Products, Inc., announces the newest extension of its Copper Chef brand, the Wonder Cooker. The Wonder Cooker, a multi-purpose roasting pan set, has launched on TV, online, and in various retail stores across the country. Copper Chef joined the cookware category as a major player after the original 9.5″ deep square pan was launched in 2015. Copper Chef quickly became Tristar’s best-selling kitchen cookware brand, offering an expanding range of innovative units.

“When I started Tristar, my goal was to produce innovative products that improve the quality of life of busy families. Products that make life easier, better, and less stressful – at a price that doesn’t break the bank. Copper Chef’s Wonder Cooker is a perfect example of that. You get a heavy-duty, non-stick, multi-use roasting pan that cooks so many other ways. In fact, it replaces $1,300 in kitchen pans and appliances. No more pots and pans taking over your kitchen space,” said Keith Mirchandani, President and CEO of Tristar Products, Inc. “Plus, this deluxe pan set has all the same great features like Cerami-Tech coating and dual stainless steel induction plates that made our Copper Chef cookware collection the #1 Selling Cookware Brand in America.”*

The Wonder Cooker is a roasting and baking pan set designed to replace 14 different pots and pans: a deep roaster, Dutch oven, stock pan, shallow roaster, dual roaster, casserole pan, deep fryer, slow cooker, steamer, electric grill pan, skillet, chafing dish, baking pan and grill pan. It’s constructed of five-layer thick cast aluminum with Copper Chef’s Cerami-Tech Non-Stick Coating. The pan set can be used in five different configurations: double cooker, shallow roaster, grill pan, roaster, and Dutch oven. It’s designed for use on indoor stove tops, the oven, and the outdoor grill. Dual, stainless steel induction plates are built into both the deep and shallow roasting pans.

“We’re all really excited about the Wonder Cooker here at Tristar. When we launched the 11″ XL Casserole Pan, there was a huge response from our Copper Chef customers. We got many five-star reviews because it streamlined the cooking process – food tastes better, you don’t need to add extra oil, and, of course, it cooks faster and is much easier to clean. But they also wanted a bigger pan, too – one that can accommodate large parties or roast a turkey at the holidays,” said Norah Alberto, Director of Global Communications at Tristar. “So, of course, we delivered – and we really outdid ourselves. You can use the Wonder Cooker every day as a lasagna pan, grill pan, cake pan, baking pan, and more, and it’s large enough to replace a full-size 13.5 x 10-inch roasting pan. You can even use it to make your gravy! With 14 different cooking functions, you really can’t go wrong.”

Tristar is offering the Wonder Cooker in two sizes: a 9-Qt. set and a family-size 12-Qt. set. Both sizes come with an accessory set that includes a Cook Look Glass Lid, two Deep Fryer Baskets, a Copper Crisper Tray/Rack, and a hardcover Eric Theiss recipe book. The Cook Look Glass Lid allows customers to watch their meals while they cook. Deep fry baskets turn the large roasting pan into a deep frying pan. The Crisping Tray can be used as a roasting rack to hold food in the oven while fat drains away or for turning your oven into an air fryer. The recipe book features Copper Chef TV host Eric Theiss and includes over 100 recipes with full-page color photos and an easy-to-follow format.

  • Source: The NPD Group/Retail Tracking Service, 3 Months Ending December ’17, dollar sales among national brands.

Tristar Products, Inc. started over 25 years ago. Located just outside Manhattan, Tristar markets and distributes products sold on television, throughout national and international retail distribution, online, and via social media. The company’s highest-rated best sellers include Copper Chef, Power AirFryer Oven, Power Smokeless Grill, Power AirFryer, Power Quick Pot, Power Pressure Cooker XL, Flex-Able Hose, Perfecter Fusion Styler, Genie Bra, Banjo Minnow, and the Ab Coaster. Celebrities endorsing Tristar products include Eric Theiss, Sarah Ferguson, the late Joan Rivers, Carol Alt, Denise Austin, and the late Jack LaLanne.

About Tristar Products

Tristar Products, Inc. is industry recognized as the premier direct response market leader worldwide. Tristar has exceeded over one billion dollars in retail sales. Tristar Products, Inc. is an Inc. 5000 company.

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Generally cloudy. High 69F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph..


Evening clouds will give way to clearing overnight. Low 56F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.

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Review: Uuni Pro

After several weeks of testing the Uuni Pro, I’ve learned to recognize a certain look in my husband’s eyes. Every evening, he walks into the kitchen as I begin dinner prep. As I start to reach toward the dials on the stove, he shouts, “Are you using the oven?”

Before I can respond, he sprints out to our backyard patio and fires up the Uuni Pro oven with propane. It takes around twenty minutes to heat up, about the same time as our conventional gas kitchen oven.

Whether I’m cutting up broccoli or salting chicken thighs, he snatches about a third of it and sticks it in the Uuni Pro for a few minutes, or even a just an instant. Whatever comes out looks infinitely more elegant, nestled in one of Ooni’s cast-iron pans and dusted with char.

If you use propane, the Uuni Pro is so quick and easy that I can hardly begrudge him the effort. My toddler might, though. A few nights ago, she asked, curiously, “Why is all my food black now?”

Tough nuggets, kid. You live in a house with a pizza oven now.

A Little Pizza My Heart

Homemade pizza is irresistible, but making it is a deceptively simple process. Many home pizza cooks crank their ovens to the standard 450 degrees, but aspiring pizzaiolos know that that’s just not hot enough. You need higher temperatures to bake that perfect crisp, yet tender crust, with toppings that are still fresh and moist and speckled with just the right amount of char.

You can find plenty of pizza oven hacks online, from buying pizza stones, using your grill, or lining your oven with tiles. My husband and I tinkered with the idea of building our own brick backyard pizza oven, but were put off by the space requirements, the effort, and the expense.

Clearly, we were only one family of many who longed for an affordable, easy to assemble, and effective backyard pizza oven. When Ooni launched their Kickstarter in 2012, it quickly blew past their funding goal.

They’re currently in the process of transitioning their company name from Uuni to the more easily-readable Ooni. In the meantime, however, their ovens are still known as the Uuni 3, which is sized to make 12-inch pizzas, and the Uuni Pro, which can make 16-inch ones. They also sell a series of oven-compatible accessories and cookware.

When you unbox the Uuni Pro, it seems entirely nonsensical that such a thin, light, oven could produce as much concentrated heat as a squat, heavy brick oven. Ooni keeps the material thin by insulating the stainless steel with ceramic fiber.

The Uuni Pro is great-looking, a sleek and gleaming metal spaceship with a long, decagonal chimney and squat legs. I found it easy to assemble. Most pieces just click into place, although you will need to use the included Allen wrench to screw in a couple pieces.

It has a footprint of about 19.29 by 29.13 inches, and you’ll also need space for a propane tank. It comes with a wood and charcoal burner, and you can purchase an optional gas or pellet burner.

If you’re considering the Uuni Pro, I recommend shelling out for the gas burner bundle. Ooni informs me that the majority of their customers prefer using charcoal, but having a gas burner made the oven so much quicker and more versatile. I would also consider the cover to be a necessary accessory. The Uuni Pro is a large object to stow away. If you live in an area with a lot of rain or snow, it would be a good idea to protect it from the elements.

It’s advertised as being easily transportable, since the legs fold down and the tall chimney easily clicks out of place. However, if you’re planning on bringing it to a friend’s backyard party, please be warned that it does weigh 57 pounds in total, and has four loose tiles of cordierite stone in the bottom.

It’s A Matter of Crust

While the Ooni Pro is easy to assemble, there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to cooking with it.

Part of the appeal of a conventional oven is that you can set a temperature, put your food in it, and walk away (most of the time). But the Uuni Pro takes a lot more attention. Testing with an IR thermometer showed that the temperature varied in different parts of the oven by as much as a hundred degrees.

When I tried to cook larger items at lower temperatures, like chicken thighs or rice casseroles, I needed to monitor my dishes constantly for doneness and to prevent the outside from scorching. After a few days, it didn’t seem to be worth the trouble.

And while the surface of the cordierite pizza stones does get to 800 degrees within the advertised 20 minutes, I do recommend that you let the oven preheat for at least an hour. For the first ten pizzas that we made (what we won’t do in the name of testing!), the pizzas stuck relentlessly to the stones. There was also a ten-minute heat recovery time between pizzas, whether we were using charcoal or propane.

To address the sticking, I tried flouring the pizza peel, or sprinkling cornmeal on the stones before sliding the pizza on. Everything just sparked and went up in flames, coating all my pizzas in bitter charcoal dust. I resigned myself to misshapen pizzas until we finally called in a professional—a friend who owns a pizza food truck explained that the pizza was sticking because the stones weren’t hot all the way through.

An hour’s preheating meant that the pizzas started sliding easily off the stones. Preheating also helped counteract the heat loss, with both propane and charcoal. Once I gave it an hour to build a good charcoal base, making the wood-fired pizzas got much quicker and tastier. You can only take so many shortcuts.

If you’re concerned with heat loss while slow-cooking, you can also switch out the open pizza door for a closed door with a thermometer. I didn’t end up doing this, since I preferred using my conventional oven for longer-cooking items. If I wanted to check the temperature while flash-firing a pan of green beans, I used Ooni’s handheld infrared thermometer.

You don’t technically need Ooni’s proprietary cast-iron cookware, but you may want to consider it. My 10-inch and 12-inch Lodge cast iron skillets fit fine, but the door is only 5.9 inches tall. My Le Creuset Dutch ovens don’t fit, so Ooni makes their own casserole pan.

Finally, my local pizza expert said that if you’re worried about dough sticking to the bottom, you might want to buy a wooden pizza peel. As there is an approximately a 100 percent sure that I will light a wooden peel on fire, I personally will not.

Gimme Pizza

Ooni’s main goal was to make a backyard pizza oven affordable, which is why the baseline price doesn’t include items like a cover. $600 isn’t exactly a drop in the bucket, but for its size, you get quite the bang for your buck. If you really want to save some dough (ha!), the Uuni 3 has most of the Uuni Pro’s functionality at a lower price, just with a smaller door. Since I ended up cooking most of my larger items in my conventional oven, the Uuni 3 might be the way to go.

Still, my family and I have been having a ton of fun with the Uuni Pro. A perfect pizza takes a handful of simple elements—dough, tomato sauce, and cheese—and turns it into something sublime. But a huge part of its allure is the process of making it yourself.

I don’t know anyone who has been anywhere near an outdoor oven and resisted the urge to just start poking random things in there. Just like lighting sparklers or sitting around your backyard fire pit, an outdoor pizza oven like the Uuni Pro lets your inner pyro come out to play…and you get to eat afterwards, too. We’ve had pizza almost every night for a week. I’ll check with my doctor, but so far, I don’t see any reason to stop.

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KitchenAid Introduces Misty Blue Mixer To Honor Its 100th Anniversary

KitchenAid mixers come in a dazzling array of colors, and now a new shade has been released to celebrate the company’s centennial. Cooks and bakers can now buy the brand’s 5-quart tilt-head stand mixer and its 36-inch dual-fuel range in a delicate hue that’s been dubbed misty blue.

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The company describes the shade as a soft blue color with a hint of green, and says that it is  “reminiscent of one of the first KitchenAid stand mixer colors ever introduced.”

Misty Blue brings back a classic style that will spark nostalgia across generations, while also continuing to feed inspiration in the kitchen,” Nikki Lockett of KitchenAid said in a statement. “This launch not only commemorates the brand’s past – but it also celebrates all the passionate home cooks who have inspired our innovation for the last 100 years.”

Misty blue isn’t the only stunning KitchenAid shade of 2018. Back in March, the company announced its first-ever Color of the Year series, choosing a tropical coral shade dubbed Bird of Paradise.

The appliances don’t come cheap. The stove will be available this fall at a cost of $7,699, and the mixer will sell for $650 and $520. The pricier mixer features a ceramic bowl and flex-edge beater, while the other comes with a stainless-steel bowl.

Maybe you’re content with your current mixer and range, but you may want to add the misty blue appliances to this list of 25 kitchen items you probably don’t need, but might want anyway.


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Building Business Kitchen and bath store grows in Eagle Lake

Whether tackling a new apartment complex or a tiny bathroom remodel, it’s always nice to cut costs on construction projects without cutting corners. This is what inspired an area contractor to open Kitchen, Baths and More in 2006. The company sells cabinets, countertops and finish accessories to lumber yards, contractors and homeowners throughout southern Minnesota.

Co-owner Jake Schrom said his father, Troy Schrom of Schrom Construction, opened Kitchen, Baths and More as a way to lower costs on his projects. “He started it as a side hobby helping people with their kitchens, and it just grew into supplying for other contractors,” he said.

Schrom grew up helping his dad with construction projects, but he started running Kitchen, Baths and More two years ago around the time it opened its Eagle Lake storefront. He previously worked as a supervisor at the Unimin facility in Ottawa but didn’t like how it cut into family life. That’s when his dad suggested he take over the store.

The company specializes in Merillat and KraftMaid cabinets, along with Cambria quartz and Leslsie marble countertops, but it has access to many brands. About 80 percent of the company’s sales are for new construction, Schrom said, but they also help walk-in customers with renovations as small as new countertops.

Schrom believes there’s a misconception that big box hardware stores offer lower prices than small retailers. Big box stores buy a larger quantity, but they often pay the same manufacturer prices as local wholesalers, and smaller stores can keep their markup lower, Schrom said.

“We’ve had a lot of people come in that are just price shopping, and they’ll quote us next to the box stores,” he said. “We’ll beat them nine times out of 10.”

Building for the future

It’s a good time to operate a business in the construction industry. New housing starts for both single- and multi-family units reached 1.35 million in May, which equals an 11 percent increase from 2017, according to Census Bureau data. Remodeling also continues to grow, with homeowners spending an estimated seven percent more than last year, according to Harvard University’s Joint Centers for Housing Studies.

“Annual spending on residential improvements and repairs by homeowners is set to exceed $340 billion by early next year,” a recent JCHS report states.

With the steady rise in spending, Schrom has looked at hiring another designer and an in-house carpenter to complete installations. The company would also like to open a second location at some point, possibly in Rochester.

However, the number of projects being completed nationwide has stalled due to a shortage of workers in the skilled trades. Last year, the Associated General Contractors of America stated that 70 percent of members “are having a hard time filling some hourly craft positions.” For Minnesota contractors, this figure reached 78 percent.

“It’s hard to find good help,” Schrom said. “One of our contractors says he even has a hard time finding bad help.”

Without an in-house carpenter and with his usual contractors being so swamped, Schrom has been forced to turn away some work.

“It’s hard to do because you want to take on as much as you can, not knowing when it will dry up again,” he said. “But at the same time, you want to do justice to the jobs that you’re working on.”

Inspiring customers

Whether customers know exactly what they want or just want something different, staff designer Emily Kopischke can refine the ideas. This process starts with looking at designs on websites like Pinterest and Houzz, then creating a 3D renderings of the project.

Some customers follow trends, which requires the staff to stay current. “With the last couple of years, everything has been white painted, black stained and with a lot of grays. Now we’re seeing navy blues and a lot of gold coming back. It’s kind of a clean, elegant look,” Schrom said.

However, many customers like to do their own thing, choosing their favorite colors and styles. “Every single project is so different,” Schrom said. “Just seeing how happy people are when they have the final project and they can’t believe that this is theirs, then starting the next day with somebody else and going through the same process — it’s pretty enjoyable.”

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