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By CHRIS COPLEY | | July 10, 2012
Editor's note: This is part of an occasional series on children eating vegetables. The series explores ways to highlight a vegetable's flavor and appearance as a way to work around the resistance some picky eaters have to trying unfamiliar vegetables. I am OK with radishes. Really, I am. They have a peppery bite, a bright color and a pleasant crunch. But I've never really taken them seriously on their own. They always seemed like a side show - a garnish - to a salad or some other important dish.
Cathy Grantham | Around Maugansville | July 6, 2012
Homemade chicken corn, chicken noodle and bean soups, country ham sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches, steamers and hot dogs, salads, cakes and pies will be for sale. The church is on Salem Church Road, off Cearfoss Pike in Hagerstown. Friends of the Library to host meeting July 11 Friends of Washington County Free Library will hold its bimonthly meeting Wednesday, July 11, at 10:30 a.m. in room 202 at Otterbein United Methodist Church, 08 E. Franklin St. in Hagerstown.
Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | May 11, 2012
Avocados and good cheeses make this sandwich a standout. With the beautiful avocados in my fridge, I needed to come up with another reason to serve their creamy goodness. When the avocados have just reached the peak of ripeness, it's hard to resist the urge to eat one right out of its skin. This sandwich is a marriage of flavors and states. I took California avocados and two Wisconsin cheeses, and brought them together on a fresh, whole-wheat bread, grilled with garlic olive oil and thin slices of red onion for color and snap.
Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | April 27, 2012
In keeping with my recent grilled theme, I decided to go with dual grilled items. Both the steak and flatbread were grilled to make this sandwich. I choose soft, pliable flat bread similar to flour tortilla but more like naan bread. I first grilled the flank steak, then thinly sliced it on the bias and chilled it. Next, I grilled the flatbread to give the edges and sides a nice, crispy grilled texture. I've also made this with a flour tortilla but I find the flatbread much better when grilled.
Harry Nogle | Around Sharpsburg & Keedysville | February 17, 2012
Emmeline Pasquerette and Isabella Prenger were winners in the Sharpsburg Elementary School geography bee on Jan. 12.  Fourth-graders Mason Gumm, Avery Poffenberger, Clara Ritenour, Elena Scheerer and  Pasquerette reached the finals. Peyton Blood, Claire Hahn, Steven Hamilla, Karen Hosova and Prenger reached the finals in the fifth grade.  Each participant received gel pens, a ribbon and participation certificate.  School champion Pasquerette received a medal from the National Geographic Society and a trophy.
February 14, 2012
Rhee Lightner of Williamsport entered this Lemon Ginger Sandwich Cookie recipe in The Herald-Mail's 2011 Cookie Exchange contest. "These cookies are vegan. I'm a baker at the Common Market in Frederick (Md.). I primarily focus on the vegans. I bake muffins, bars, cookies, cakes, quick breads. I'm baking a lot of low-sugar stuff right now. "I'm also a personal chef, specializing in vegan and gluten-free cooking. "For the cookie contest, I was trying different flavor combinations.
By BOB PARASILITI | | February 6, 2012
Tyler Wise sponsored Monday's meal for the Williamsport boys basketball team. Forget chicken or tuna salad, Wise treated the Wildcats to Mo Sallah sandwiches. Wise was the backline of Williamsport's defense against Broadfording Christian Academy's 6-foot-7 center, taking Sallah out of his comfort zone while adding a game-high 19 points to lead Williamsport to a 59-39 victory. “Coach just wanted me to play behind him and then we were doubling down on him,” Wise said. “I think we got him frustrated.” Wise's roadblock allowed other Williamsport defenders the chance to box Sallah from the front - sandwiching him - to keep him from dominating around the basket.
Anne Weatherholt | Around Hancock | February 2, 2012
Crazy weather, isn't it?  My poor daffodils think it is April, and I heard some confused spring songs from local birds in our backyard. The cat wants to sit in the window, and I am never sure whether to wear my coat or not.  Today is Groundhog Day, that iconic American holiday when we ask a rodent to predict the weather. I'll bet “Phil” has already been out for a stroll, and they had to strip off his sunglasses when they dragged him out of bed this morning. In Hancock, we are prepared for snow, but the town is enjoying the respite for the snow removal budget.
December 13, 2011
Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies   For the cookie: 1/2 cup butter, softened 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup flour 1 box chocolate fudge cake mix For the filling: 3/4 cup peanut butter 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4 ounces cream cheese 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons 2-percent milk 12 miniature peanut butter cups,...
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