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September 24, 2008
Members of the Hess family pick and sort green beans in a field along Pa. 16 east of Greencastle, Pa.
NEWS
May 12, 2010
My family knows that summer has started when they walk into my house and smell G & T, or green beans and tomatoes, cooking on the stove. This simple and quick recipe is a great addition to almost any meal. -- Debbie Hardin G & T 1 to 2 pounds green beans 2 to 4 large, crushed tomatoes 1 medium onion, chopped Salt and pepper to taste Simmer green beans slowly in water to cover until almost done to your preference. Drain liquid. Add crushed tomatoes and chopped onion.
NEWS
March 30, 1997
School lunch menus Washington County March 31-April 4 Elementary Monday to Wednesday - spring break, no school. Thursday - pizza, fruit cocktail, green beans, sherbet and milk Friday - steak and cheese submarine, applesauce, potato rounds, long roll and milk High school Monday to Wednesday - spring break, no school. Thursday - pizza, fruit cocktail, green beans, sherbet and milk tray - cheeseburger, fruit cocktail, vegetable soup with crackers, round roll crackers, sherbet and milk Friday - steak and cheese sub, applesauce, potato rounds, steak roll and milk tray - ham patty on bun, applesauce, potato soup with crackers, round roll crackers and milk
NEWS
December 31, 2009
The Greater Campher Temple's Pastor's Aide is sponsoring a chicken dinner Sunday, Jan. 10, starting at 2 p.m. The menu includes fried chicken, green beans, potato salad or macaroni and cheese, dessert and roll. Tickets cost $8. The church is at 125 Bethel St. in Hagerstown.
NEWS
December 10, 2007
Dec. 12 - Dec. 18 The Washington County Commission on Aging offers noon lunches to anyone 60 years and older at seven locations - Hancock, Smithsburg, Keedysville, Williamsport and three in Hagerstown. A two-day reservation notice is required and a donation is asked per meal. For information, call 301-790-0275. Weekly menu Wednesday - Boiled ham, potatoes and cabbage, green beans, applesauce, whole-grain bread and milk. Thursday - Tuna salad sandwich, bean soup, onion and cucumber salad, banana and milk.
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Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | May 3, 2013
Latin dance classes will be offered Tuesdays and Wednesday at 6 p.m. starting May 7 and 8 at Memorial Recreation Center, 109 North St. in Hagerstown. The classes are sponsored by Comunidad Latina de Washington County and will consist of five Latin dances from Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Salvadore, Mexico and Colombia. The classes are geared for those in elementary and middle school. There is a $25 costume fee. Adults are welcome to participate. Children and adults will participate at local- and state-level events, including festivals, parades, etc., as opportunities arise.
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Linda Murray | Around West Hagerstown | March 27, 2013
Washington Square United Methodist Church will hold its pork and sauerkraut dinner Saturday, April 13, from 3 to 6 p.m. The menu also includes mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce, bread, dessert and drinks. Tickets cost $8 for adults, $3.50 for those ages 6 to 10 and $2 for those ages 3 to 5. It will be eat in or carry out. The church is at 538 Washington Ave. and has parking off the alley near the back entrance. For tickets, call Mike Martin at 301-739-2653.   Mission Auxiliary to hold bake sale The Hagerstown Rescue Mission Ladies Auxiliary will hold an Easter bake sale at the thrift store Saturday, March 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The items for sale include cakes, cookies, pies, pickled eggs and other items.
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Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | January 11, 2013
This is a classic vegetarian dish that I made simple by incorporating a variety of canned beans and making it a cook all together dish in one pot over low heat. This dish would work well in a slow cooker, too. It's for a vegetarian friend who works at a local gallery and has little time or desire to cook for herself. Be sure to use low sodium beans, and have plenty of friends over to enjoy the soup. It's makes around 10 servings, not including toppings. The soup does freeze well in pint-size containers.
LIFESTYLE
September 25, 2012
Hagerstown resident Julia Brugh gets together with her mother and sisters every year to harvest and can produce. They call themselves the Wildcat Growers Cooperative. Brugh said the idea behind the End of the Garden Pickle is to take anything that is left from your garden and use it in the relish. "The End of the Garden pickle was produced on Columbus Day every year," Brugh said. "Mom took all the leftover vegetables that there was not enough to do with individually, and she made this pickle.
OPINION
July 16, 2012
Gather 'round children, for this is the parable of the two naughty goats, and there are many lessons within the story that will guide you through life. The two naughty goats lived in a beautiful mountain setting with two kind, benevolent owners. They had an idyllic existence, in a wondrous green fairyland, where all the swords had been beaten into ploughshares and all the branch banks had been converted into Dunkin' Donuts. The two kind, benevolent owners always made sure the two naughty goats had plenty to eat. Every morning and every evening, the owners supplied the two naughty goats with armfuls of golden hay, free from chemicals, preservatives or high-fructose corn syrup.
NEWS
Cheryl Weaver | Around Clear Spring | April 24, 2012
Richard Snyder, longtime adviser to the Clear Spring High School History Cub, has worked hard to compile a mailing list of former History Club members.  To date, the list has more than 1,100 members' addresses. A mailing was made two weeks ago. If you were a History Club member when you were in school and did not receive a mailing, call Snyder at 301-766-8082 and one will be sent to you. If you did get your mailing, be reminded that there is still plenty of room left on the October alumni tour to New York City.
LIFESTYLE
August 9, 2011
This is typically a Mauritian condiment that can be served with rice, fried fish or lentil stew. - Kelly L. Rajahpillay, office manager for The Presbyterian Church of Hagerstown. For more information about the church, call 301-739-6337. Pickled mixed vegetables 3 cloves garlic, finely minced 1/2 to 3/4 cup of olive oil, or more as needed Salt to taste 3 tablespoons ground turmeric 1 1/2 tablespoons ground mustard 3 medium carrots, cut into matchsticks 1/2 head of cauliflower, cut into florets 1/2 pound of green beans, sliced lengthwise into thin strips 1 small head of cabbage, finely shredded 1 or 2 jalapeno peppers, sliced lengthwise (see cook's note)
LIFESTYLE
July 20, 2011
Debbie Hardin is a fixture at the City Farmers Market in downtown Hagerstown, where she has sold homemade hard candy for 22 years at her vendor's stall, Deb's Delights. Hardin says she learned to cook from her mother and grandmother, and she always cooks from scratch. A couple of her specialties are banana bread and macaroni and cheese. This vegetable recipe features fresh, garden produce and bacon or ham, all available at the City Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. Hardin is a vendor at both City markets - the historic City Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings and Market Faire on Thursdays.
NEWS
Lynn Little | June 21, 2011
The list of reasons to eat veggies is a long one: Vegetables play an important role in weight management.   They are naturally low in calories and cholesterol, are fat-free and packed with health-enhancing phytonutrients.    Veggies help protect bones and prevent strokes.  Green leafy vegetables are closely linked to heart health.  Yellow-orange and green veggies reduce the risk of diabetes. Summer brings another important reason to eat more veggies.
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Cheryl Weaver | Around Clear Spring | May 2, 2011
The Clear Spring Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at St. Andrew Episcopal Church at 22 Cumberland St. in Clear Spring. The theme is “Cooking for One.” New members are always welcome. For more information, call Ruth at 301-842-2334. Chicken barbecue Blair’s Valley First Church of God, at Clopper’s Grove Fellowship Hall, 13527 Blair’s Valley Road, will hold a chicken barbecue Saturday, May 14, starting at 4 p.m. The meal costs $8.50 for half a chicken, baked potato, green beans, applesauce, roll, tea/coffee and dessert.
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