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No Call Registries

If you feel as we do, then you're tired of frequent robocalls and pestering telemarketers. One way to deal with these calls is to register any residential or cell numbers with both the National No Call List and your state's No Call Registry. Once your number(s) has been registered for a short period of time, you can file a complaint for any unwanted calls you continue to receive.

Registering your number is free, and you can register an unlimited amount of telephone numbers. Registration won't eliminate all telemarketing calls, because there are certain entities and businesses that are exempt. 

Below are two links: one to the Federal Trade Commission's National Do Not Call Registry, the other to the Mississippi Public Service Commission No Call Registry.

Home and mobile phone numbers can be registered with the Federal Trade Commission's National Do Not Call Registry HERE. After your number has been registered for 31 days, you may report any unwanted calls to the FTC HERE
Mississippi Public Service Commission NO CALL PROGRAM
Valid Mississippi residential and cellular phone numbers may be added to the Mississippi No Call Program List. Numbers can be easily registered online HERE. Once your number has been on the list for a period of time, you are eligible to file a complaint if you continue receiving telemarketing calls. Complaints can be made HERE
Jackie had quite a haul from the Mississippi Farmers Market this past Saturday.
Ryder's Roasted Winter Vegetables
Winter vegetables are here! If you've hit the farmers market recently, you may have come home with a huge bag of veggies. Lately, I've been trying out sheet pan dinners as an easy way to enjoy a warm and healthy meal. The recipe below works with pretty much any vegetable you pick up, so use it as inspiration rather than a hard and fast rule. 

Veggies - Pick at least 3, but you're only limited by what you can find!
  • Winter Squash (e.g. Butternut or Acorn Squash)
  • Brussels Sprouts!
  • Sweet Potatoes or Small Red Potatoes
  • Green Beans
  • Bell Peppers
  • Broccoli
  • Red Onion
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Herbs (I can't get enough rosemary on cold days.)
Preheat the oven to 400 F.

Prep your vegetables. Chop everything into bite-sized pieces. Everything will be cooking at the same time, so harder vegetables should be cut into smaller pieces to cook through together.

At this point, I throw everything into the biggest bowl I have or into a big ziplock bag. Pour in the olive oil and generous amounts of salt, pepper and spices. Toss and turn the veggies to coat them well, and then pour out onto a sheet or roasting pan.

Stick this in the oven for 30-45 minutes (or until everything is well roasted). Depending on how much you made, you may have to take it out to toss around the vegetables a time or two.

It is easy to add meat to this recipe. Growing up, we always put chunks of sausage on top, but chicken works just as well. Be careful with the amount you make. It's easy to make entirely too much which results in soggy vegetables that are too much of a hassle to cook. And you can always do the chopping ahead of time so that this dish pulls together completely in under an hour!
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