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Dakota S. Roate

September 30, 1992-May 17, 2019

DAVENPORT-Dakota S. Roate, 26, of Davenport, died Friday, May 17, 2019 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City. Services will be 11 am Wednesday at Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home and Crematory, 201 E. 4th Ave., Milan. Visitation will be 4-7 pm Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Davenport Memorial Park Cemetery, Davenport. Memorials may be made in care of the family.

Dakota was born in Rock Island, Ill. on September 30, 1992, a daughter of Dacia Roate and Travis Leopard. Dakota graduated from Rockridge High School and was currently taking classes at Kirkwood College.

Dakota was a member of the Davenport VFW Post 828 and the women's bowling league at Big River Bowling Alley, Davenport.

Those left to cherish her memory include her mother and step-father, Dacia and Andy Rice, Davenport; father, Travis Leopard, Illinois City; grandmother, Cindy Pedersen, Taylor Ridge; aunts, Codee Pedersen, Wilton, Iowa and Danielle (Alonso) Trujilo, Iowa City, Iowa; uncles, Mike Roate, Irwin, Iowa and Bob (Paula) Roate, Florida; companion, Dan Belleau, Davenport; and many cousins and other extended family and friends.

Dakota was preceded in death by her grandfather \u2013 Jerry Pedersen and great-grandparents \u2013 Amelia Neff and William and Velma Leopard.

Online condolences may be left for the family at wheelanpressly.com

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Christine S. Newcomb, 101, of West Liberty, IA died Saturday May 18, 2019 at the Simpson Memorial Home, West Liberty. Arrangements: Henderson-Barker Funeral Home, West Liberty.

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Lois Floming, 86, of Osco, died Sunday, May 19, 2019, at Hillcrest Nursing Home in Geneseo, Ill. Arrangements: Vandemore Funeral Homes & Crematory, Geneseo.

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Joan Fobert-Guise

July 28, 1930-May 19, 2019

ROCK ISLAND-Joan L. Fobert-Guise, 88, of Rock Island, died Sunday, May 19, 2019 at Silver Cross Pavilion at Friendship Manor, Rock Island. A Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 am Friday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 2810 5th Ave., Rock Island. A rosary will be recited at 2:30 pm Thursday followed by visitation from 3-7 pm at Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home and Crematory, 201 E. 4th Ave., Milan. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, Rock Island. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in care of Alleman High School or Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rock Island.

Joan was born in Rock Island on July 28, 1930, a daughter of Glenn and Ruth Weigand Wells. She married Francis \"Bud\" Fobert on June 25, 1949 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rock Island. Bud preceded her in death on May 30, 1987. She married Richard R. Guise on October 27, 1990. He preceded her in death on August 30, 1999.

Joan worked several jobs over the years, which included Montgomery Wards, United Ambulance and Rock Island Township. Her most cherished job was being a homemaker and raising 13 children.

Joan was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rock Island, where she was past president of Sodality. Joan was a den mother and volunteered at the John Deere Classic for 28 years. She enjoyed playing cards and belonged to several different card clubs including the Alleman 500. Joan thoroughly enjoyed getting together with her friends. She also loved spending time with her family and traveling, especially with her daughters.

Those left to cherish her memory include her children, Rita (Larry) Daffara, East Moline, Pamela (Michael) Creger, Rock Island, Theresa (Tony) Martinez, Rock Island, Mary (Troy) Randall, Andalusia, Joni (Bill) Saelens, Bettendorf, Cheryl (Doug) Akin, Taylor Ridge, David (Barbara) Fobert, Omaha, Neb., James (Kathy) Fobert, Rock Island, Thomas (Laurie) Fobert, Moline, Gary (Nancy) Fobert, Fernandina Beach, Fla., Robert (Lori) Fobert, Colona, Steve (Kim) Fobert, Cape Canaveral, Fla. and Greg (Sandy) Fobert, Moline; step-children, Philip (Barbara) Guise, Robert Guise, Mary Guise-Brewer, Martha (David) Welch, Suzette (Joseph) Koenig and Terri Guise; 36 grandchildren; 7 step-grandchildren; 57 great-grandchildren with 3 on the way; and siblings, Raymond Wells, Moline and Patricia (Joe) DePover, Rock Island.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, parents, grandson \u2013 Cory Creger, sister \u2013 Shirley Welvaert and brother, Glen Wells.

Online condolences may be left for the family at wheelanpressly.com

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Joseph \"Joe\" Vargas

May 1, 1967-May 18, 2019

Davenport- A Mass of Christian Burial for Joseph P. \"Joe\" Vargas, 52, of Davenport, will be 11a.m., Friday, May 24, 2019 at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 422 E. 10th Street, Davenport. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday, May 23, 2019 from 4 until 7p.m. at Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home, Davenport. Memorials may be made to an Educational Fund for his children. Joe passed away unexpectedly Saturday, May 18, 2019 in Davenport.

Joe was born May 1, 1967 in Davenport, a son of Carol (Carrillo) and Elias \"Topper\" Vargas, Sr. He attended Sacred Heart Cathedral and was a lifelong member from his First Communion until his passing. He earned his degree from the University of Iowa and was a commercial appraiser in the Assessor Office in Davenport for 25 years.

Joe married Tracey Martz on September 22, 2001 at Olde St. Ann's Church in Long Grove.

Joe was happiest when he was with his family and friends. He enjoyed many lifetime friendships and will be missed by all who knew loved him.

When his boys were young Joe coached their soccer and baseball teams. He was an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan, attending many bowl games and home games. Joe also enjoyed traveling, especially to tropical locations with his family.

Survivors include his wife, Tracey; sons, Preston and Elias; father, Topper Vargas, all of Davenport; siblings, Francis (Jeanne) Vargas, Rock Falls, Illinois, Thomas (Kim) Vargas, Loretta Vargas, all of Davenport, Elias Vargas, Jr., Lombard, Illinois, David Vargas, Davenport; in-laws, Barb and Ken Bland; sister-in-law, Beckey Schocker (Mark), all of Wilton, Iowa; nieces and nephews, Tyler, Jamie, Chelsea, James, Michael, Suzanne, Brady and Baylee.

He was preceded in death by his mother, a sister, Andrea Vargas and niece, Stephanie Vargas.

Online remembrances may be expressed at www.hmdfuneralhome.com.

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Tyler Autery, 29, of Andover, died Sunday, May 19, 2019, at his home. Arrangements: Stackhouse-Moore Funeral & Cremation Services, Cambridge.

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Mark McKillip

May 14, 1941-May 18, 2019

MOSCOW, IA-Mark L. \"Buzz\" McKillip, 78, of Moscow, IA, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2019 at his home.

Mark was born in Muscatine, IA on May 14, 1941 to Mark \"Mike\" and Leona (Batchelor) McKillip.

Buzz graduated from Wilton High School in 1959. Buzz married Karen Ann McKillip on June 29, 1963 in Iowa City, IA. She preceded him in death on October 23, 2014.

He was a journeyman lineman at REC and retired from CIPCO in 2003.

He attended Spangler Chapel in Muscatine. Buzz coached little league softball and baseball, and could be counted on to share his talents, time and treasure with his community. He had a passion for fast cars. Buzz had a quick wit and enjoyed a good joke. Above all, he loved his family and cherished the time he spent with them.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. at the Bentley Funeral Home in Wilton.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 1:00 P.M. at Bentley Funeral Home in Wilton. Interment will be in the Klein Cemetery, Moscow, IA. An informal luncheon will follow at the Community Bank Community Room.

Buzz is survived by his children: Joshua (Jennifer) McKillip of Melbourne, FL, Kristen McKillip of Moscow, IA, Marci Dunlap (Mark Bell) of Fairfield, IA and Mark (Lael) McKillip of Maui, HI, 6 grandchildren: Guy, Jillian, Anna, Gabe, Gwyn, and Jackson, his sister Joyce (Jerry) Coss of Wilton and his beloved companion Mardell McConnaha of Muscatine, IA.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, sister Janyce Grunder, and brother Kiel McKillip.

A memorial has been established in his memory.

Online condolences may be left at www.bentleyfuneralhome.com

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Little Caesars is joining the\u00a0plant-based protein trend\u00a0with a pizza topped with non-meat sausage.

The pizza chain said Monday that it is testing out the Impossible Supreme pizza \u2014 topped with a meatless sausage made by Impossible Foods \u2014 in Florida, New Mexico and Washington state.

Consumers are increasingly interested in eating plant-based protein for\u00a0health\u00a0and\u00a0environmental\u00a0reasons, and the market for meat-like, but meatless, protein is growing. By 2023, the US meat-substitute retail market could reach $2.5 billion, compared to $1.4 billion last year, according to the research firm Euromonitor International. Globally, the market could grow from about $18.7 billion in 2018 to $23 billion in 2023, according to Euromonitor International.

Restaurant chains are hoping to get a piece of that pie.\u00a0Burger King, White Castle, Qdoba, Carl's Jr., Bareburger and others sell items featuring plant-based protein in US markets. McDonald's is selling a\u00a0meatless burger in Europe, and\u00a0Tim Horton's recently announced\u00a0that it is testing out three breakfast sandwiches with plant-based sausages made by Beyond Meat, Impossible's competitor, in Canada.

The plant-based sausage is a first for Impossible, and was designed to appeal to Little Caesars customers.

Little Caesars started working with Impossible to develop a menu item featuring a plant-based protein in October, Ed Gleich, the pizza company's chief innovation officer, told CNN Business. The company started paying attention to the trend earlier, when it noticed that more meat eaters were swapping out meat for vegetarian alternatives.

\"These kind of flexitarians have been growing in nature,\" he said. \"They're not hard core\" vegans or vegetarians, but \"they're more adventurous\" in their choices. The Impossible Supreme pizza is designed to appeal to meat eaters, and isn't vegan (it's topped with cheese, along with the fake sausage and other items).

Every Little Caesars product has to appeal \"to our loyal, mostly carnivorous, fans,\" said\u00a0Little\u00a0Caesars president and CEO David Scrivano in a statement, adding that \"this is likely just the beginning of plant-based menu items from\u00a0Little\u00a0Caesars.\"

\"Little

The plant-based sausage is a first for Impossible. It was designed to appeal to Little Caesars customers.

At first, the plan was to add Impossible's signature plant-based beef patty to Little Caesars pizzas. But Little Caesars shared with Impossible that more customers order sausage-topped pizzas than beef-topped pizzas, so Impossible came up with a new product. Gleich said he was pleasantly surprised.

\"Normally companies want to sell you the product they have,\" he said, \"not a product they've got to get out and put some R&D time in, and put resources against and develop.\"

Impossible customers have been asking the company to make a sausage product for years, Impossible CEO Patrick Brown said in a statement, adding that Impossible came up with 50 prototypes for Little Caesars.

Impossible's protein is designed to be flexible and customizable, Impossible CFO David Lee told CNN Business. Seasoning and cooking methods can help make the protein taste and feel like a sausage, a burger, or something else.

Little Caesars plans to test the product for about four weeks in the three markets where it is available before deciding whether to roll out the product more broadly, Gleich said. If the chain, which has stores in 50 states, does decide to add the menu item to all locations, Impossible could struggle to fill the orders.

Impossible said last month\u00a0that it is running out of product because demand for its patties is so high. Impossible serves about 7,000 locations, and that figure is expected to at least double this year as Burger King makes its Impossible Whopper available nationally.

To help meet demand, Impossible plans to open more manufacturing facilities and hire more employees. Recently, the private company announced that it has\u00a0raised another $300 million in funding. It has raised over $750 million since launching in 2011.

But \"we haven't solved the problem,\" of shortages, Lee said, adding that he thinks Impossible will continue to struggle to meet \"sky-rocketing\" demand for some time.

\"We are continuing to spare no expense and attempt to add capacity every day,\" he said.

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Burgers and hot dogs will sizzle across the country, from grand outdoor kitchens to fire escape patios as Memorial Day launches the season of grilling.

Some of those old standbys are bound to be scorched, the sacrifices we make when our attention turns from the heat of the fire to that of the talks we\u2019ve longed to have. Finally face-to-face with friends and family normally far-flung, those burnt offerings may still do fine when we\u2019re hungry enough for seconds or thirds.

However, we could capture that primal perfume of smoke with ingredients a bit more forgiving.

Consider a verdant green platter, not salad or raw crudites, but whole sides of charred escarole, heaped high over creamy ricotta and thick slabs of sourdough bread, with grill marks the envy of any steakhouse rib-eye. These toasts will hold up all night if you can.

The recipe can be found in the new cookbook, \u201cEat a Little Better: Great Flavor, Good Health, Better World,\u201d by Sam Kass, who rose from personal chef for a couple who lived on the South Side of Chicago named Barack and Michelle to senior adviser for nutrition policy in the Obama administration. More than 90 simple yet stunning recipes help you eat better, not right, writes Kass. Along the way, he explains how small, delicious steps can add up to big change.

If meat is a must on the Memorial Day menu, as it is for many, an all-American story from another beautiful new release, \u201cThe Kefir Cookbook: An Ancient Healing Superfood for Modern Life, Recipes From My Family Table and Around the World,\u201d brings us kebabs.

Ground beef and lamb \u2014 since it\u2019s still technically spring \u2014 are mixed with fresh herbs, onions and warm spices, then shaped like flattened sausages over skewers. They cook as easily as hot dogs or burgers, and they absolutely eat easier, what with the handy sticks delivering smoky flavor both foreign and familiar.

Author Julie Smolyansky is the CEO of Lifeway Foods, perhaps best known for its kefir. In a refugee, immigrant, rags-to-riches story, Smolyansky\u2019s parents founded the company by first making the tangy cultured milk at home. But the kebab recipe, Uzbek shashlik in the book, comes from her stepfather, who married her mother after her father died.

Smolyansky was 28, but it was just one year after she\u2019d lost her dad, so she was still in mourning. \u201c(T)he first time I met my new stepfather, I was downright mean. But when I saw how happy he made my mom, when I realized he offered companionship and friendship, I put my selfish attitude aside and I gave him a shot,\u201d she writes. Her inclusion of his recipe and the story behind it is a touching testament to tolerance, forgiveness and now an epic extended family.

Like kefir, shashlik (which means skewered meats across a huge swath of the world, from Eastern Europe to Central Asia) has ancient roots. A global street food, shashlik is essentially like barbecue.

If weather won\u2019t permit outdoor grilling, or it\u2019s simply not an option, you can always make these recipes in your kitchen. Use a cast-iron grill pan if you have one, your cast iron skillet if not.

CHARRED ESCAROLE AND GRILLED BREAD WITH RICOTTA AND PINE NUTS

Prep: 10 minutes

Cook: 10 minutes

Makes: 6 servings

From \u201cEat a Little Better\u201d (Clarkson Potter, $32.50) by Sam Kass, who writes: \u201cThe sturdy leaves can stand up to the heat of the grill, retaining their slightly meaty texture as they wilt, and the green\u2019s flavor goes from bitter to exciting. Heaped on ricotta-topped, garlic-rubbed toast, there\u2019s nothing better.\u201d

2 tablespoons grapeseed or vegetable oil, plus more for the grill

2 heads escarole

Kosher salt

6 thick slices country-style bread

1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil

1 large garlic clove, halved

1 1/2 cups fresh ricotta cheese

1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest

2 to 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

1/4 cup pine nuts, toasted

1. Heat a gas or charcoal grill to high heat. Pour a little oil on a rag, grab the rag with tongs, and rub the oil onto the grill grates to prevent sticking.

2. Halve the escarole lengthwise, rinse the halves under cold running water, and shake them over the sink so they\u2019re no longer very wet. Drizzle the grapeseed oil over the escarole, separating the leaves so the oil drips between them but keeping the heads intact. Season the escarole generously with salt.

3. Grill the escarole over direct heat, turning occasionally, until the outer leaves are charred in places and the inner leaves are tender, 6 to 10 minutes. Transfer to a cutting board.

4. While the escarole is grilling, brush both sides of the bread with the olive oil, season with salt, and grill over direct heat, turning occasionally, until charred and crunchy but still soft in the middle, about 6 minutes. Transfer to serving plates. Rub the cut end of the garlic against one side of each toast. Top with the ricotta and a pinch of salt.

5. Coarsely chop the escarole and put it in a large bowl with the lemon zest and juice to taste. Season with salt to taste, then pile the escarole on the toasts. Sprinkle the pine nuts on top.

Nutrition information per serving: 446 calories, 26 g fat, 7 g saturated fat, 32 mg cholesterol, 39 g carbohydrates, 1 g sugar, 14 g protein, 410 mg sodium, 7 g fiber

UZBEK SHASHLIK (KEBABS)

Prep: 10 minutes

Cook: 8 minutes

Makes: 4 servings

From \u201cThe Kefir Cookbook\u201d by Julie Smolyansky (HarperOne, $32.99).

1/2 pound ground beef (70 percent lean)

1/2 pound ground lamb

1 medium yellow onion, grated

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro

1/4 cup chopped fresh mint

2 teaspoons smoked paprika

1 teaspoon ground cumin

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon Maldon sea salt

Pinch of cayenne pepper

For serving:

Tzatziki

Hummus

Eggplant baba ganoush

Pita bread, sliced tomatoes, lemon wedges and rice pilaf (your favorite)

1. Soak wooden skewers overnight in cold water.

2. In a large bowl, combine the meat, onion, herbs and spices, and mix well. Let it stand for 1 hour at room temperature.

3. Take about 2 heaping tablespoons of the beef and lamb mixture and shape it into a flat sausage shape. (Long and oval works well.) Slide a skewer lengthwise through the middle of the kebab, repeating until all the kebabs have been skewered.

4. Fire up your outdoor grill to very hot. Wipe the grill grates with a bit of oil, and grill the kebabs on one side, making sure they brown and do not stick to the grill, 4 to 6 minutes. Flip the kebabs and finish cooking until cooked medium, about 4 minutes. (If you don\u2019t have an outdoor grill, you can use a grill pan or cast-iron skillet.)

5. Serve with tzatziki, hummus, baba ghanoush, pita bread, sliced tomatoes, lemon wedges and rice pilaf.

Nutrition information per serving: 217 calories, 13 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 69 mg cholesterol, 4 g carbohydrates, 1 g sugar, 19 g protein, 764 mg sodium, 2 g fiber

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Goo Gone is the go-to cleaner for removing that nearly impossible to remove nasty price tag sticker gunk from products, but if you\u2019ve never tried their patio furniture cleaner your life is about to be changed for the better once again.

How It Works

Being constantly exposed to the elements can take a serious toll on patio furniture. Tree sap, bird droppings, oily sunscreen, food stains, mildew, and dirt are just a few of the things this Goo Gone patio furniture spray tackles. To banish the grime, spray the biodegradable formula on your furniture and scrub away the buildup.

Multiple Surfaces

This patio furniture cleaner from Goo Gone is essentially an all-purpose spray for outdoor furniture. It safely cleans grime off resin, wicker, plastic, wood, vinyl, metal, canvas, rattan, and glass surfaces\u2014everything you\u2019d find on a typical patio.

Why Customers Love It

Customers loved that this cleaner was able to get rid of deep mildew stains with a spray and a scrub. They also liked that it gave their old patio furniture a like-new finish. Customers who had a lot of success with this product recommended spraying it on furniture, allowing it to settle for a minute, then scrubbing the furniture with a sponge or brush before hosing it off.

Goo Gone Patio Furniture Cleaner 24 Fl. Oz. available from Amazon

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