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March 9, 2009
St. Paul's Reformed Church, three miles east of Clear Spring on National Pike, will hold a soup and sandwich sale Saturday, March 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items for sale will include hot dogs, steamers, chili dogs and country ham sandwiches. Homemade soups include ham and bean, chicken corn, vegetable, chicken noodle and Maryland crab. Baked goods will be available. Meals will be eat in or carryout. Proceeds will go to the 2009 Fun Fest.
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by ALICIA NOTARIANNI | February 12, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - As soup warms and fills the belly on a cold winter's day, the annual Potter's Bowl offers sustenance to the Community Free Clinic. Ticket holders to this year's community interfaith project - 240 of them - lined up at Trinity Lutheran Church's fellowship hall Sunday evening awaiting a turn to approach tables filled with pottery bowls crafted by 24 area potters. Once there, each attendee chose a bowl from an array of colors, shapes and sizes before heading to dining tables for a meal of soup, bread and fruit.
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By TARA REILLY | November 20, 2005
tarar@herald-mail.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - The JFK 50 Mile offered two kinds of chicken noodle soup, one of the support workers at the C&O Canal towpath near Harpers Ferry Road in Washington County joked to race participants. Ray-men or rah-men noodles were on the menu, spoofing ramen noodles soup, the worker said. The worker, stationed at the C&O Canal towpath at Antietam Creek, near Canal and Harpers Ferry roads, joked that most people preferred the ray-men soup.
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By SCOTT C. ANDERSON / Special to The Herald-Mail | November 1, 2009
Olla podrida is a Spanish stew made from pork and beans and a wide variety of other meats and vegetables, often including chickpeas (garbanzo beans), chorizo sausage and chicken depending on the recipe used. The meal is traditionally prepared in a clay pot over several hours. It is eaten as a main course, sometimes as a single dish. This recipe is a classic Culinary Institute of America recipe and one that we made in class this week while I was attending culinary classes in Hyde Park, N.Y. I think you will find this recipe quite delicious and filling and easy to prepare with a few simple ingredients.
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by KRISTIN WILSON | October 12, 2005
kristinw@herald-mail.com On a cold day nothing beats the comfort of a hot cup of soup - filled with an array of vegetables, noodles or legumes. While transforming a simmering pot of water into chicken noodle, French onion or cream of broccoli soup might sound like magic, with a little forethought in the kitchen, making soup stock "from scratch" is easier than it sounds, says Ronald Berger, a longtime teacher with the culinary program of the Franklin County Career and Technology Center in Chambersburg, Pa. The trick to crafting a tasty and satisfying soup is making a hearty base, or stock, flavored from meat bones or vegetables.
NEWS
September 15, 2006
Menus for the week of Monday, Sept. 18, through Friday, Sept. 22: Washington County Monday - Chicken nuggets with dipping sauce or pork Rib-i-cue on bun, mashed potatoes with gravy, fruit cocktail, fruit turnover and milk. Secondary also may choose noodle soup. Tuesday - Mozzarella cheese sticks with marinara sauce or Italian grilled chicken patty on bun, green beans, pineapple, Italian ice and milk. Secondary also may choose tomato lentil soup. Wednesday - Chef salad with sunflower seeds or toasted cheese sandwich, thick vegetable soup, pears, juice pop and milk.
NEWS
March 8, 2000
Washington County | March 13 to 17 Elementary Monday - hot dog on bun with fixings, potato rounds, sliced peaches, frozen yogurt and milk. Tuesday - chicken patty on bun, whipped potatoes with gravy, peas, frosty juice bar and milk. Wednesday - twin soft or crunchy tacos with salsa, lettuce, tomato and cheese, corn, pineapple tidbits and milk. Thursday - turkey sub with lettuce, onions and relish, veggies with dip, noodle soup with pretzel pack, banana and milk.
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