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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | April 15, 2012
Students, teachers, art and soup might make for odd menu choices. On Sunday, however, they made a delicious combination that helped the less fortunate. The Chambersburg Area Senior High School art department hosted Soup for Soul to benefit South Central Community Action Programs' food pantry. Each ticket holder received a bowl made by youths or an area artisan, then had that bowl filled with soup made by a chef. Organizers hoped to raise $3,000 for the food pantry. “Each bowl represents an empty bowl in someone's home,” said Holly Strayer, an art teacher.
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By LYNN LITTLE | October 22, 2008
Making soup is typically easy and economical. Add ingredients to a commercially-prepared soup. For example, dress up classic tomato soup with fresh-cut tomatoes and a little basil, or choose an easy recipe with ingredients family or friends will like. Homemade soup is a good candidate for a slow cooker, but there also are recipes that can be put together to make a meal quickly. If using a recipe for the first time, follow instructions exactly. Once you are familiar with the recipes, consider adding additional ingredients, such as extra vegetables, to suit your taste.
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December 7, 2008
Williamsport Volunteer Fire and EMS will hold a soup and sandwich sale Saturday, Dec. 13, at the fire hall on Brandy Drive. Chicken corn, bean and mulligan soups will be available by the bowl for $2 or quart for $4. Country ham sandwiches will cost $3 and baked ham and chicken salad sandwiches will cost $2.50. Baked goods will also be available. Advance food orders can be made by calling 301-582-0518. Santa Claus will be on hand for photos with children.
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By Scripps Howard News Service | February 7, 2009
This is one of those dishes that tastes even better reheated, so if possible make it a day ahead (adding the apple and butter just before serving). Soup holds three to four days in the refrigerator and freezes well. Cook to Cook: Split peas' cooking time can range from 30 minutes to an hour depending on their age. If you buy them where there is fast turnover the soup should cook up quickly. NORTH COUNTRY WINTER PEA SOUP WITH FRESH APPLE Expeller pressed Canola oil or good tasting extra-virgin olive oil 1 large carrot, peeled and fine chopped 3 medium onions, peeled and chopped into 1/4-inch dice 2 small to medium turnips, peeled and cut into a fine dice Salt and fresh-ground black pepper 2 teaspoons ground allspice, or more to taste 1 1/2 tablespoons dried basil 4 whole cloves 1 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 small cabbage, cut into a 1/4-inch dice 1 large smoked ham hock (1 1/2 pounds)
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by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | February 13, 2006
HAGERSTOWN erinc@herald-mail.com The first time Terry Wills and his wife, Diane, had tickets to the annual Potter's Bowl, it was canceled after a large snowstorm. Several years after their first attempt, the couple stood in a soup line Sunday with handcrafted clay bowls. But a few days before the event, watching weather reports that predicted a large storm, the couple thought snow might keep them away again. Carol Mendelsohn, one of the organizers of the 12th annual Potter's Bowl, said snow did not keep many away from the event in a large room at Trinity Lutheran Church on Randolph Avenue in Hagers-town.
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By LYNN LITTLE | February 18, 2009
A hearty, healthy soup made with veggies and meat, poultry, fish or dried beans can be the main dish for a family meal. Add some crackers or breadsticks on the side and perhaps fruit for dessert and you're ready to eat. Soup is a hearty, nutritious, low-cost dish that is sure to satisfy everyone. Although soup is relatively easy to prepare, here are a few tips to help make sure that you simmer up the tastiest, most healthful soup: o If you are making stock with soup bones, start them in cold water.
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November 25, 2009
There will be a soup, sandwich and bake sale on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Zion Reformed United Church of Christ, 201 N. Potomac St. in Hagerstown. There will be ham and bean, vegetable and chicken corn soups available, along with ham sandwiches and a variety of baked goods. You can eat in or carry out. All proceeds will benefit Holly Place.
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by TIFFANY ARNOLD | February 7, 2007
The annual Potter's Bowl might be the only fundraising dinner in town where the star of the show is the dish and not the main course - the soup. Still, the soup plays a strong supporting role, said event organizer Carol Mendelsohn. And with cold winds and freezing temperatures, a nice bowl of the hearty warm stuff - such as homemade Pasta e Fagioli - will be welcomed. The Potter's Bowl is a fundraiser for the Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown. During the event Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church, diners can purchase bowls created by local artists at an auction.
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February 1, 2001
Local businessman's soup to be featured Manny Shaool cooks from memory. "I have to hear every recipe one time," said Shaool, of Hagerstown. He needs only a rundown of the ingredients, not amounts. "I know how much," he said. Shaool's cooking prowess has taken time to develop. He started experimenting in the kitchen as a child, learning how to doctor foods to bring out their best flavors. Shaool's wife, Janet, appreciates his skills. Now that their four children are grown, he has taken over the kitchen.
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