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By LYNN LITTLE | March 26, 2008
Parents often encourage their teenagers to be independent and to make their own decisions, but sometimes those decisions don't fall in line with the rest of the family. The choice to try a vegetarian diet is likely to be one of those decisions. A teen's decision to become a vegetarian need not upset family meals. Try not to over-react, talk with your teen about his interpretation of a vegetarian diet. There are degrees of vegetarianism. A semi-vegetarian diet will exclude red meat, but might include fish or fowl with grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, milk and eggs.
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NEWS
February 27, 2008
2 pints lamb stock (beef stock can be substituted 1 tablespoon dried thyme 2 1/2 pounds lamb shoulder chops, cut into individual portions with the bone left in 10 large carrots, cut into large chunks 12 baby onions (or 4 large yellow onions, quartered), peeled but left whole 1/4 cup diced white turnip 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons pearl barley 10 Yukon Gold potatoes 1 cup chopped celery 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
NEWS
February 21, 2008
Spaghetti sauce served to some Washington County Public Schools students earlier this month contained beef that was later recalled due to concerns about the inspection process, the school system said in a news release Wednesday. School officials have not received reports of any problems resulting from the sauce, which was served Feb. 7, school system spokesman Will Kauffman said in the release. The school system was alerted Wednesday that beef identified in the recall was used in the processing of spaghetti sauce that was shipped to the system from Carroll County Foods, Kaufmann said.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | February 13, 2008
Kathy Powderly says she can taste and sometimes see the difference between locally grown food and store-bought food which the label indicates came from outside Maryland. For instance, local farm eggs have a bright orange yolk and more flavor. "(It's) not necessarily a different flavor, but it's definitely a more heightened flavor," said Powderly, who lives in the Hagerstown area. "You can taste the egg better. " Powderly gets her eggs and most of the meat she eats from Kathy Ecker with Legacy Manor Farm south of Fairplay.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | February 1, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The 9-year-old gave a deceptively simple description of the meal he's cooking Super Bowl Sunday. "Meat on a stick," Jarrett Rolls said. What is meat on a stick? "Well, it's meat," Jarrett said. "On a stick. " What he meant to say was: It's meat - sliced country pork ribs marinated in pineapple juice and teriyaki and barbecue sauces, with brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger and red pepper - on a stick. Jarrett's skewered pork ribs are only part of the family-friendly spread planned for Super Bowl Sunday.
NEWS
December 11, 2007
So, is that a rib-eye in your pants, or are you just happy to see me? You had to love the "choplifter" story of last week, in which a gentleman was - well, staff writer Erin Julius puts it better than I ever could: "Testimony during a jury trial Thursday centered around whether the bulges in a man's pants were packages of meat he stole from a local grocery store. " The chap was convicted for stealing less than $100 worth of meat by stuffing it in his clothing at a local Food Lion.
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By ERIN JULIUS | December 7, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Testimony during a jury trial Thursday centered around whether the bulges in a man's pants were packages of meat he stole from a local grocery store. A Washington County Circuit Court jury deliberated for less than an hour before finding Darrell Stephan Wims, 46, of Hagerstown, guilty of a charge of theft less than $100, although no meat was recovered. Circuit Judge John H. McDowell sentenced Wims to 90 days in jail, the maximum penalty for a conviction of that offense.
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By ERIN JULIUS | December 6, 2007
HAGERSTOWN ? Testimony during a jury trial Thursday centered around whether the bulges in a man's pants were packages of meat he stole from a local grocery store. A Washington County Circuit Court jury deliberated for less than an hour before finding Darrell Stephan Wims, 46, of Hagerstown, guilty of a charge of theft less than $100, although no meat was recovered. Circuit Judge John H. McDowell sentenced Wims to 90 days in jail, the maximum penalty for a conviction of that offense.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | October 28, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - A man who dresses in black, 19th-century clothing is said to have been spotted on the Hager House porch, and a woman wearing a veil over her face has been seen sitting on a tombstone in Rose Hill Cemetery. The man in black at the Hager House is one of two apparitions that people have said they have encountered at the home that Jonathan Hager, the founder of Hagerstown, presented to his bride in 1740, said John Bryan, historic sites facilitator for Hagerstown. People also have reported seeing a woman wearing Victorian-style dress in the upper hallway of the house in City Park, he said.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | September 19, 2007
It's not the cut of the meat that counts - it's what you do with it. "Every cut of meat's a good cut for its purpose," says Phil Hott, co-owner of Phil & Jerry's Meats & More in Smithsburg. Local butchers say you don't have to pay top dollar for top taste if you're open to trying new cuts and different ways of preparing them. "A lot of it has to do with the preparation," says Bob Holsinger Sr., owner of Holsinger's Meats, a 140-year-old meat shop in Maugansville. The most tender, most coveted morsels on a beef carcass - such as the filet mignon or Delmonico - only account for one-fourth of the entire carcass, Holsinger says.
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