Sunday, June 5

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Drug Testing
Patrick Staar, Any Lab Test Now

Drug tests available:
Hair Follicle Drug Test
It takes 7 days for ingested drugs to begin showing in hair strands.  A test of hair strands can determine if someone has used as far back as three months. This test is a great choice if a parent wants to know if their teen has been using drugs for a longer period of time or if they think their child knew they were going to get drug tested and just stopped to get through the test.   

Finger Nail Test
It takes 2 weeks for ingested drugs to begin showing in fingernails. Nail clippings can determine if someone has used as far back as six months. 
Urine test
Good choice if parent believes the teen has used within the last 24 to 72 hours.    

Saliva test 
A saliva sample can identify a drug use as early as four hours after ingestion. The drug may be detected up to 72 hours later.     

Debbie Hernandez with Home Depot

Dr. Art Mollen
Dr. Mollen's Practice is located at 16100 N. 71st St in Scottsdale. For more information call 480-656-0016 or log onto

Save for Your Vacation
Take Charge America
(888) 822-9193 

Wally's Weekly Car Review
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Phoenix Magazine, June issue

JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa
3800 W. Starr Pass Blvd, Tucson
(520) 792-3500

JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
5350 E. Marriott Dr, Phoenix
(480) 293-5000

JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa
5402 E. Lincoln Dr, Scottsdale

The Phoenician
6000 E. Camelback Rd, Scottsdale
(480) 941-8200

Sunday's Sweetheart 
If you'd like to add Sunday's Sweetheart or any other pet to your family, contact The Arizona Humane Society at (602) 997-7585. For more information about AHS events and programs, visit

Chef Dad
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Chef Dad's Custard Ice Cream

4 Egg Yolks
½ Cup + 1 Tbsp. Sugar
1 Cup of Whole Milk
1 Cup of Heavy Cream
2 tsp. Vanilla Extract
¼ Cup "Mini Morsel" Chocolate Chips

1)    Make sure your ice cream mixing container has been in the freezer for at least 24 hours before making your ice cream.
2)    Use a large glass bowl to combine your egg yolks & sugar then whisk well together.  Set aside covered.
3)    Put your cup of milk in a small saucepan over low heat. Bring the milk up to 175-180 degrees then shut off the heat.  If you don't own a thermometer, look for the edges to start forming tiny bubbles.  Don't heat this mixture any higher than that!
4)    Slowly pour the warm milk mixture into your bowl with the yolks and whisk them together as you're pouring.  Let mixture sit uncovered to cool for about 5 minutes then cover and put in your fridge at least 4 hours and even better overnight.  When ready to churn your mixture, you can now add the cooled custard mix with the heavy cream and vanilla extract.  Whisk them well together then turn on your ice cream machine and slowly pour it in.  AFTER the mixture has become a frozen mix, add the chocolate chips then continue mixing for another 30 seconds.
5)    Enjoy your ice cream now or pour mixture into a plastic container with a lid and freeze until later.

Cooks Notes: For a Chocolate version, simply add 2 Tbsp. of chocolate syrup at the end of step 3.

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