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By JULIE E. GREENE | August 21, 2008
This weekend's Augustoberfest will fill the mind, body and spirit with German food, drinks, music and dance. For those of you who want to try to duplicate the Schweinebraten, or roasted pork, at home, Schmankerl Stube owner Charles Sekula has been kind enough to share the recipe. The dish will be on the festival's regular menu and also will be served at the Sunday brunch. The regular menu also includes bratwurst, frankfurters, french fries, Bavarian potato salad, pretzels, German and American beer, wine and sodas.
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By KATE S. ALEXANDER | October 10, 2009
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Some left in twos, others in groups of five or six. A few had to go it alone, but by Saturday at 12:30 p.m., every last piping hot apple, wrapped snugly in flaky dough, dripping with sweet sticky syrup was on its way to becoming a meal. Dumpled, pressed, fresh and baked, no matter how you sliced it, the Tayamentasachta Center for Environmental Studies honored the sweet fruit Saturday at its 26th annual Apple Festival. The event is a celebration of all things apple, center educator Charles White said.
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By JAMIE SHEKELS / 301-331-4885 | October 9, 2008
Arts and crafts Valley Mall will hold its annual fall arts and crafts show, starting Friday. Many craft and collectible items will be available for purchase through Sunday. Krumbeck runners Steven Krumbeck, a sixth-grader at Springfield Middle School, completed the 1-mile run at Springfield on Oct. 1. Steven completed the run in under 12 minutes. Way to go, Steven. Your parents and little brother are very proud of your accomplishment. Christian Krumbeck, a student in the third grade at Williamsport Elementary, placed 45th out of 161 runners in the cross country run at Eastern Elementary School on Oct. 4. What a great finish.
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October 8, 2007
Women's Club plans spaghetti dinner The community is invited to the Women's Club's fundraiser, an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner, to be held at the club at 31 S. Prospect St. in Hagerstown on Friday, Oct. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. Admission is $7, and includes spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, drinks and garlic bread. Desserts can be purchased for an additional $1. Please call the office at 301-739-0870 for reservations by Oct. 12. Fall bazaar set for Oct. 26 The 50th annual Women's Club fall bazaar will be held Friday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Women's Club at 31 S. Prospect St., Hagerstown.
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By SUSIE HOFFMAN / 301-790-2413 | September 7, 2010
Cooler weather marks another football season Ahhhh, sweet September! How the nights have cooled and the days have become clear. This past weekend marked the opening of high school football in the area and quite a few teams surprised us. Way to go ... and here is where you fill in your high school team! Before you allow your calender to get too full, how about checking out some happenings and seeing if you can't squeeze them in. Ladies of the Elks plan Pie and Cake Night The Ladies of the Elks and Associates will be holding a Pie and Cake Night on Friday, Sept.
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By OMNI VORE | February 15, 2009
The night before Barack Obama's inauguration, the hotels in Hagerstown were full. What were the chances of getting a meal without a long wait? Good, if my friend and I went to Pacific Ocean Buffet on U.S. 40, Dual Highway, in front of Days Inn. Expecting crowds, we were surprised to find the restaurant just pleasantly filled. The patrons were road-weary travelers, groups of families and sets of young men. The restaurant easily sat more than 100 people and had a selection of foods that would appeal to many.
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February 15, 2009
By OMNI VORE The night before Barack Obama's inauguration, the hotels in Hagerstown were full. What were the chances of getting a meal without a long wait? Good, if my friend and I went to Pacific Ocean Buffet on U.S. 40, Dual Highway, in front of Days Inn. Expecting crowds, we were surprised to find the restaurant just pleasantly filled. The patrons were road-weary travelers, groups of families and sets of young men. The restaurant easily sat more than 100 people and had a selection of foods that would appeal to many.
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courtesy of Phyllis Ishler | October 13, 2004
4 cups sugar 4 cups water 2 teaspoons cinnamon 2 teaspoons nutmeg Pinch of allspice 1 cup butter 4 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 cup shortening 1 cup milk 20 apples, peeled, cored and sliced thin (see cook's note) Cook's note: Phyllis Ishler uses Stayman apples but said Gala apples also work well in this recipe. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In saucepan, mix sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and butter; heat thoroughly and keep warm.
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By KATHIE SMITH / Toledo Blade | March 16, 2009
Dumplings were a special occasion food when I was growing up. My mother made stewed chicken and fluffy dumplings only once or twice a year. It's a tradition I've adopted. But I've discovered there's another world of dumplings. The common thread of dumplings: loosely shaped balls of dough are dropped into liquids such as soups and stews, according to "The Food Encyclopedia" by Jacques L. Rolland and Carol Sherman (Robert Rose, $49.95). For the semolina dumpling, the hot liquid is the sugar water.
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