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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | September 29, 2012
Bees swarmed the antique wooden cider press. “Don't worry,” Walter Dyer told onlookers. “I've been doing this 20 years and I've never been stung.” He continued about his work, smiling pleasantly while he explained “making cider the old-fashioned way” Saturday at Hancock Canal Apple Days at Widmeyer Park. “You put the apples in one end, grind 'em up and put 'em under the press. Cider comes out here and you put it in a jug,” he said. “As fast as we can make it, we sell it.” Event chairman Larry Gerber Sr. said the Hancock Lions Club hosts the event to honor the town's history with the C&O Canal and apple orchards.
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November 12, 2006
1 box None Such condensed mincemeat mix 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup brandy 1/2 cup apple cider or juice 4 cups mixed fruit (such raisins and chopped apples and pears) Drop of molasses 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1 prepared double-crust pie shell, not baked Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine the mincemeat mix, water, brandy, cider, fruit, molasses and nutmeg in a medium saucepan over a medium-low heat. Cook, stirring frequently, until the apples and pears are tender and the smell of liquor has dissipated, about 10 minutes.
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November 4, 2009
An old-fashioned butchering demonstration will begin at 7 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Washington County Rural Heritage Museum at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, south of Hagerstown. The butchering will last until the entire process is completed. The demonstration will be at the homestead behind the Rural Heritage Museum, and will be held rain or shine. Participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing for the weather. There will be picnic tables for seating, and participants can bring their own chairs.
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By ASHLEY HARTMAN | October 14, 2007
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Mary Lou Barnhart didn't mind waiting more than 45 minutes for homemade apple dumplings Saturday at the 24th annual Community Apple Festival and Antique Engine Show at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center. "I'm really getting them for my kids," said Barnhart, of Greencastle, who comes to the festival every year to get apple cider and apple dumplings. "(We also) come here to support the apple festival. " The reason for the long wait: The dumplings are made the day of the event and take 45 minutes to bake.
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By ASHLEY HARTMAN | October 13, 2007
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Mary Lou Barnhart didn't mind waiting more than 45 minutes for homemade apple dumplings Saturday at the 24th annual Community Apple Festival and Antique Engine Show at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center. "I'm really getting them for my kids," said Barnhart, of Greencastle, who comes to the festival every year to get apple cider and apple dumplings. "(We also) come here to support the apple festival. " The reason for the long wait: The dumplings are made the day of the event and take 45 minutes to bake.
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Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | August 8, 2013
This barbecue chicken recipe features a down-home variation using apple butter, cider vinegar and some fresh herbs for a kicked-up flavor.   For an easy prep, I stayed with boneless, skinless breasts, but you can always go with bone in, and switch it up to include just wings, or a whole bird that you cut up. This recipe includes a sweeter version of sauce so make sure not to flame up the grill. Anytime flame licks up on something it gives the meat a fuel taste and with the sugary sauce it will burn and give the chicken a horrible aftertaste.  So if you need to brush on sauce while grilling make sure you do so near the end of grilling.
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by TARA REILLY | January 6, 2003
tarar@herald-mail.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - The Washington County Planning Commission will decide Monday night whether to approve a 199-foot cell tower proposed in a Ringgold-area apple orchard. The tower would be owned by Shentel Shenandoah Mobile Co. and built on John R. Martin's 58-acre Ivy Hill Farm at 13840 Smithsburg Pike (Md. 64), south of Ringgold. The land is zoned agricultural. The tower is being built for Sprint, but at least two other cell phone carriers have expressed interest in using the tower, Leonard Greisz of Shenandoah Mobile Co. said last summer.
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by ANDY MASON | January 2, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com Happy New Year! The greeting may be a day late, but I was off work when the calendar flipped ... busy making New Year's resolutions with my sparkling cider toasts. Since I, of course, never make any mistakes and am a poster boy for clean living, I decided to make a resolution list for all of you instead. Take a glance: For the area's varsity coaches: You will always call or e-mail us with your game results immediately upon their completion, under all circumstances, with total understanding of why we weren't there reporting.
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October 6, 1998
  By KATE COLEMAN / Staff Writer by: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer Visitors are expected to cause a stir in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., this weekend. And that's OK. The occasion is the 25th annual Apple Butter Festival, and apple butter, the heart of the festival, will be bubbling over open fires the "old-timey way" - in copper-lined kettles, stirred all day long. "No one can pass by a boiling kettle full of apple butter without stopping to take a stir," is something Jeanne Mozier, "Voice of the Apple Butter Festival," professes as a "truth.
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by KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 17, 2006
SHIPPENSBURG, PA. - If you want to understand The Dock, here's something you should know: At The Dock, you are a guest of co-founders Joel Crowley and Timmy Wagner. Their purpose is to offer you coffee, jazz and conversation as you "relax while being served. " The coffee is free, the jazz is free and the conversation is free. The Dock, a not-for-profit coffeehouse on King Street in Shippensburg, is open every Thursday from 10 p.m. It was started by Crowley and Wagner back in 2003 to be a nautical-themed venue with room names such as the pier, the leaky dinghy and the galley.
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Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | August 8, 2013
This barbecue chicken recipe features a down-home variation using apple butter, cider vinegar and some fresh herbs for a kicked-up flavor.   For an easy prep, I stayed with boneless, skinless breasts, but you can always go with bone in, and switch it up to include just wings, or a whole bird that you cut up. This recipe includes a sweeter version of sauce so make sure not to flame up the grill. Anytime flame licks up on something it gives the meat a fuel taste and with the sugary sauce it will burn and give the chicken a horrible aftertaste.  So if you need to brush on sauce while grilling make sure you do so near the end of grilling.
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LIFESTYLE
November 20, 2012
Alisha Hanlin owns and operates Pressed Flour, a food-related business based in Shepherdstown, W.Va. She produces custom cakes, cupcakes, pies and pastry platters, among other things. This recipe for mulled cider is hers. Hanlin said cider is perfect for the holidays because of the harvesting season of the apple. "I believe the original conception of cider as a fall and winter beverage goes all the way back to wassailing in old England," she said. "And wassail was traditionally a hard drink.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | September 29, 2012
Bees swarmed the antique wooden cider press. “Don't worry,” Walter Dyer told onlookers. “I've been doing this 20 years and I've never been stung.” He continued about his work, smiling pleasantly while he explained “making cider the old-fashioned way” Saturday at Hancock Canal Apple Days at Widmeyer Park. “You put the apples in one end, grind 'em up and put 'em under the press. Cider comes out here and you put it in a jug,” he said. “As fast as we can make it, we sell it.” Event chairman Larry Gerber Sr. said the Hancock Lions Club hosts the event to honor the town's history with the C&O Canal and apple orchards.
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By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | August 28, 2012
Apples have a cherished place in American values. From Johnny Appleseed to apple pie, the United States wouldn't seem the same if apples had not appeared on the plates and in the cups of our forebears. Patty Power, co-owner of Distillery Lane Ciderworks in Burkittsville, said American pioneers didn't grow apples for food. "Originally, apples were grown to drink. They weren't grown with the expectation of just eating them," Power said. "When they kept the cider long enough, it would turn, and they would drink hard cider.
NEWS
November 4, 2009
An old-fashioned butchering demonstration will begin at 7 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Washington County Rural Heritage Museum at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, south of Hagerstown. The butchering will last until the entire process is completed. The demonstration will be at the homestead behind the Rural Heritage Museum, and will be held rain or shine. Participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing for the weather. There will be picnic tables for seating, and participants can bring their own chairs.
NEWS
By ASHLEY HARTMAN | October 14, 2007
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Mary Lou Barnhart didn't mind waiting more than 45 minutes for homemade apple dumplings Saturday at the 24th annual Community Apple Festival and Antique Engine Show at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center. "I'm really getting them for my kids," said Barnhart, of Greencastle, who comes to the festival every year to get apple cider and apple dumplings. "(We also) come here to support the apple festival. " The reason for the long wait: The dumplings are made the day of the event and take 45 minutes to bake.
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By ASHLEY HARTMAN | October 13, 2007
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Mary Lou Barnhart didn't mind waiting more than 45 minutes for homemade apple dumplings Saturday at the 24th annual Community Apple Festival and Antique Engine Show at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center. "I'm really getting them for my kids," said Barnhart, of Greencastle, who comes to the festival every year to get apple cider and apple dumplings. "(We also) come here to support the apple festival. " The reason for the long wait: The dumplings are made the day of the event and take 45 minutes to bake.
NEWS
November 12, 2006
1 box None Such condensed mincemeat mix 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup brandy 1/2 cup apple cider or juice 4 cups mixed fruit (such raisins and chopped apples and pears) Drop of molasses 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1 prepared double-crust pie shell, not baked Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine the mincemeat mix, water, brandy, cider, fruit, molasses and nutmeg in a medium saucepan over a medium-low heat. Cook, stirring frequently, until the apples and pears are tender and the smell of liquor has dissipated, about 10 minutes.
NEWS
by KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 17, 2006
SHIPPENSBURG, PA. - If you want to understand The Dock, here's something you should know: At The Dock, you are a guest of co-founders Joel Crowley and Timmy Wagner. Their purpose is to offer you coffee, jazz and conversation as you "relax while being served. " The coffee is free, the jazz is free and the conversation is free. The Dock, a not-for-profit coffeehouse on King Street in Shippensburg, is open every Thursday from 10 p.m. It was started by Crowley and Wagner back in 2003 to be a nautical-themed venue with room names such as the pier, the leaky dinghy and the galley.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | January 6, 2003
tarar@herald-mail.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - The Washington County Planning Commission will decide Monday night whether to approve a 199-foot cell tower proposed in a Ringgold-area apple orchard. The tower would be owned by Shentel Shenandoah Mobile Co. and built on John R. Martin's 58-acre Ivy Hill Farm at 13840 Smithsburg Pike (Md. 64), south of Ringgold. The land is zoned agricultural. The tower is being built for Sprint, but at least two other cell phone carriers have expressed interest in using the tower, Leonard Greisz of Shenandoah Mobile Co. said last summer.
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