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NEWS
By LYNN LITTLE | October 24, 2007
Fresh pears are great for fall eating, especially if you appreciate a healthy snack or meal accompaniment. You can find pears in most markets or grocery stores. When shopping for fresh pears, Bartlett, Bosc, Comice and Anjou are the varieties found most often. When selecting pears, choose firm fruit, as the color of a pear does not represent how ripe it is. Bartlett pears turn from green to yellow when they are ripe. Some varieties of pears that are red in color will turn from dark to bright red. Still other varieties might not change color at all when they ripen.
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NEWS
December 10, 1998
By KATE COLEMAN / Staff Writer photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer So you have a big date this weekend. You want to look your best. You probably want to smell wonderful, too. Should you head to the department store for the cologne that has the most alluring advertisement promising romance and undying love? Or should you head to the bakery or candy store instead? Get a whiff of this. [cont. from lifestyle ] In the world of aromatherapy, several scents are considered arousal scents, according to Maria Spencer, owner of the Bath House, a shop and spa in Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | October 21, 2007
BOONSBORO - Place Pauline Reeder's 62-year-old apple dumpling recipe on the list of things that get better with age. Reeder, 80, of Boonsboro, cooks up dozens of them at a time and sells them for $2 a pop. It's a recipe she discovered in a 1945 cookbook and, according to her daughter Charlene Jones, has since been tweaked to "perfection. " (A Herald-Mail editor said after eating a dumpling purchased from Reeder: "That might be the best apple dumpling I've ever had. ") "She makes the best apple dumplings in Washington County," Jones said.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | October 18, 2003
martinsburg@herald-mail.com Joni Mason carefully braided thin rolls of dough and placed them around the crust of her apple pie. She cut a simple pattern in the top, put aluminum foil around the edges and slid the pie into one of the ovens at Musselman High School. Maybe she's a perfectionist. She wasn't happy with the crust and when the oven started smoking from filling that had overflowed, it was the final straw. "It didn't turn out that good," said Mason, 17, a senior.
NEWS
November 19, 2006
1 loaf (16 ounces) of thinly sliced white bread, crusts removed 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 1 egg yolk 3/4 cup confectioners' sugar 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 3/4 cup butter or margarine, melted Flatten bread with a rolling pin. In a medium mixing bowl, combine cream cheese, egg yolk and confectioners' sugar. In another bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon. Spread about 1 tablespoon (or more to taste) of the cream cheese mixture on each slice of bread.
NEWS
March 8, 2006
1/2 cup chopped nuts or raisins, to taste 1 to 1 1/2 bags frozen rolls 1 small box vanilla pudding, not instant 1 cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons milk 1/2 cup melted butter 1 teaspoon cinnamon or to taste Spray a 9-by-13-inch pan with vegetable spray. Layer bottom of pan with nuts or raisins. Place frozen rolls on top of first layer. Mix vanilla pudding, sugar, milk, butter and cinnamon and pour over layer of rolls. Let the bread sit out all night to thaw and rise.
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 14, 2009
The secret to Dorothy Martin's fluffy cinnamon rolls lies in a doughnut. Instead of making the cinnamon roll dough from scratch, Martin, 69, of Hagerstown, subs in doughnut mix she gets at Martin's Farm Market just north of Hagerstown, near Maugans Avenue. "I decided one day I was going to try something different," said Martin. "So I tried rolling them out instead of putting them into doughnuts. I spread them with butter, put my sugar and cinnamon on and it worked out. " The result is a fluffy but filling batch of cinnamon rolls that taste like they came from the baker's and not your home kitchen.
NEWS
By CRYSTAL SCHELLE | November 21, 2008
This Christmas, everyone's paying more attention to the bottom line. Whether it's gifts for family or slashing the budget for decorations, anywhere a penny can be pinched is a gift in itself. And so is finding the time to spend a little quality time with your family without breaking the bank. Making salt dough ornaments and cinnamon ornaments not only brings time to actually sit down beside your kids and talk, but it can also bring a lasting memory. What's so wonderful about the craft is that it's inexpensive.
NEWS
March 19, 2003
COLLEGE BASEBALL FCC 9, Rockville 7 FREDERICK, Md. - Jake Cinnamon and Rhet Teller each had two hits as Frederick Community College (5-0) remained unbeaten.
LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | January 8, 2013
It's winter. Time to try new ideas for getting vegetables in your children. I know what parents go through to get kids to eat vegetables. I was a kid once, and I hated finding vegetables I didn't like hidden in my food. I love pizza, but if a pizza had onions visible on it, I didn't eat it. If beef stew had green beans or peas in it, I plucked them out. Mushrooms in my soup? No way. Now I'm older and my tastes have matured, and I find many vegetables delicious. Still, there are times when I don't have time to chop veggies for a big salad or cook up a soup or stew.
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