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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
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1. The game Pac-Man originated
in what country?
2. What is a spring onion also
called?
3. What is the navel or belly-
button also called?
4. What Concord, Mass., author
wrote, “The dice of God are
always loaded”?
5. Is Race Walking an Olympic
sport?
6. What city’s Charitable Irish
Society sponsored the
country’s first St. Patrick’s Day
celebration?
7. The Sunshine Cab Company in
New York was the setting for
what TV sitcom?
8. In 1962, what author
published “Silent Spring”?
9. On March 22, 1621, the
Plymouth Colony’s Governor
John Carver signed a treaty
with what Indian?
10. Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary and
Austria all have capitals on
what river?
11. Howmany years are four
score and seven?
12. What animal is thought to
have the largest brain?
13. What female culinary expert
was born on March 23, 1857?
14. What team has had 17 NBA
championships?
15. Hibernia is more commonly
known as what?
16. St. Patrick lived in what
century: 5th, 10th or 13th?
17. Who recorded “Welcome
Back,” the theme song of
“Welcome Back, Kotter”?
18. Where was the country’s first
thoroughbred racing?
19. What castle contains the
Blarney Stone, which
is thought to promote
eloquence?
20. India’s spring festival of Holi is
also known as what?
Answers on page 22
Advocate
The Nutritionist Corner
Snacking done right!
By Anna Tourkakis,
Nutritionist
A
Snack or snacking by def-
inition is a small meal of-
ten eaten between regular
meals. As we go about our dai-
ly charged up schedules, regu-
lar meals take a back seat and
we replace them with mind-
less noshing through out the
day or snacking done wrong.
This can pose a dietary disas-
ter and dire consequences of
unhealthy food choices. Done
right, snacking can be a bene-
ficial asset to a healthy eating
pattern.
Eat ing regular ly sched-
uled meals is fundamental to
healthy eating. This helps with
keeping your body running
on an even keel and avoids,
energy slumps and food crav-
ings for empty calories. Snack-
ing can be a satisfying way to
maintain a steady flow of en-
ergy and boost essential nutri-
ents we need to be our best at
work or play.
The human body is designed
to eat every four to six hours. In
today’s lifestylewhenmeals are
harried, snacks can fill the gap
andprovide nutrients thatmay
be missing at meals. Here are
a few pointers in doing snack-
ing right.
First, prevent getting too
hungry which can promote
overeating. Ensuring that not
more than four to six hours
elapse between meals helps
keep hunger in check.
Second, choose nutritious
healthy foods – yes they can
be tasty!
Similar to ameal – snack food
choices based on lean protein,
whole grain, fruits and vegeta-
bles and low fat dairy offer vi-
tal nutrients and stayingpower.
Build a healthy snack by start-
ing with a protein choice in-
cluding low fat dairy; add a fruit
and/or a whole grain. Here are
some ideas:
• Cereal with fruit and low-
fat milk
• Non-fat yogurt and fruit
• Vegetables and peanut but-
ter
• Toast with egg and fruit
• Whole wheat crackers with
string cheese & fruit
• Hummus roll ups (my rec-
ipe)
Third, make the timing and
portion sizes fit your needs. For
example, a midmorning snack
ma y b e
perfect to
complete
breakfast. An afternoon snack
at 4-5 pm is a great way to com-
plete themiddaymeal and tide
you over to dinner, or perfect
for when dinner is late. A bed-
time snack is ideal, as being
too hungry just as being too
full may interfere with a prop-
er night’s sleep. Keep portion
sizes small, read the nutrition
facts label for serving size infor-
mation. Also, no need to clean
your plate at mealtime - what
is left on your plate may just
make a great snack.
Purposeful and timely nu-
trient rich snacks can be vi-
tal to a healthy eating pattern.
Do snacks right to help fuel a
healthy and energetic lifestyle.
Anna Tourkakis is a nutrition-
ist and founder of Eating From
Within Nutrition, offering nutri-
tion and healthy eating lifestyle
programs. Anna canbe reached
atanna@eatingfromwithin.com
T. 781 334-8752; www.eating-
fromwithin.comAnna Tourkak-
is is a nutrition consultant and
founder of Eating From With-
in Nutrition, offering nutrition
and healthy eating counseling.
www.eatingfromwithin.com
and can be reached at anna@
eatingfromwithin.com T. 781
334-8752
• Recipe
Hummus bars and pinwheel roll ups
Make a sandwich and cut
into 4 - 1-inch wide bars or
slice a piece of bread into 2
thin slices. Spread hummus
on each half and roll each half
and cut each into pinwheels
like shape. Store covered in re-
frigerator.
Hummus
Makes 2 cups
2 cups chickpeas or 19 oz.
can rinse and drain
3 tablespoons tahini or pea-
nut butter
1tablespoon sesame oil
1/3-cup water
1 gar l ic clove, coarsely
chopped
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1/2-teaspoon cumin
1/2-teaspoon coriander
1/4-cup extra virgin olive oil
1/2-teaspoon salt and 1/4
teaspoon freshly ground pep-
per
2 tablespoons fresh parsley,
chopped for garnish
Snack Idea: For any time of the day
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the late John H. Hutchings &
EthelM. (James)Hutchings. Be-
loved brother of Mary Dupuis
& husband Gerald of Billeri-
ca, Chickie (Ethel) Flynn & late
husband Tom of Tewksbury,
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Paul Hutchings & wife Jeri of
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