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October 31, 2004
By E.T. MOORE HALFWAY - There are two ways to get Chinese food at Valley Mall. Walk through the food court and you'll hear a patter of offers for free samples at the side-by-side Chinese places. One employee, a lively character, once posed for a picture with some teenagers - but a mall security guard prohibited them from using their camera in the mall. There's a more sedate option for an inexpensive meal. Go to the JCPenney side of the mall, facing Halfway Boulevard. Rick's China Garden has its own entrance there.
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By KATE S. ALEXANDER | October 3, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Market Day found its groove in Waynesboro on Saturday when the fifth-annual event welcomed record crowds to peruse more vendors than ever. Sponsored by Mainstreet Waynesboro Inc., the event featured craft vendors, food, live music and entertainment, as well as activities for children and sidewalk sales by Main Street businesses. "I think its our biggest and best Market Day so far," said Melissa Russ, event coordinator. "Everyone knows what to expect now and they know it is a great way to spend the day. " One thing Waynesboro has come to expect with Market Days: the signature scarecrows strapped to lampposts along Main Street.
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By Lynn F. Little | October 14, 1997
Dietary Guidelines for Americans encourage eating a diet low in fat and moderate in sugar and salt. If you want to alter frequently used recipes, how low can you go for these three ingredients without sacrificing taste and quality? Sugar and fat affect tenderness and volume of baked products. Sugar, fat and salt and all add flavor to foods. However, you often can use less of these ingredients and still enjoy the finished product. Herbs and spices may be used to enhance flavor when reducing sugar, fat and salt.
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November 28, 2001
Cooking up a new tradition By KEVIN CLAPP kevinc@herald-mail.com Looking to cook up some revenue for the Waynesboro Historical Society, a handful of women have cobbled together a new book bubbling over with recipes from the local country club to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. continued "Culinary Traditions: A Taste of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania" contains directions for 550 concoctions and is a gastronomical dream, with...
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By Kate Coleman | June 9, 1998
by Ric Dugan / staff photographer enlargment Amy Orsini has an automatic drip coffeemaker at home, but she usually waits to get to work at Bentley's Bagel's to have her morning cup of coffee. The house blend is called "fog lifter. " --cont from front page-- Whether you drink your coffee to lift your morning fog or relish the aroma and flavor, here are a few tips from experts to help make that first cup of Joe - or the second or third - a little bit better.
NEWS
August 3, 1997
By BRENDAN KIRBY Staff Writer SHARPSBURG - The judges huddled, compared notes and evaluated the contestants some more. Then they declared a winner - actually, two winners - in the third annual Washington County Ag Expo ice cream churning contest. The Washington County Rifle Club won the 4-H Club division and Southern States of Hagerstown took the non-4-H category. The winners won gift certificates from Nutter's Ice Cream in Sharpsburg and J&K Concessions, respectively.
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November 13, 1998
By BRYN MICKLE / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer Pizza, chicken nuggets and fudgie brownies are sure-fire winners with the elementary school lunch crowd. But rice, peas and pasta? That's another story. "We have a whole generation of kids who don't know how to eat," said Sharon Walker, a Washington County Schools area manager for food and nutrition services. --cont. from front page -- "When it comes to a crunchy fish sandwich versus pizza, the pizza always wins," she said.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | April 14, 2010
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Think you can cook up a book good enough to eat? Let Chef Roland Mesnier be the judge of that. Mesnier, 65, has created desserts for more than 40 queens, kings, princes and princesses and other heads of state as the White House's executive pastry chef for more than 25 years. On Saturday, he's the chef to impress during the WV Book Faire's Edible Book Contest at Blue Ridge Community & Technical College in Martinsburg. Mesnier will be the celebrity judge.
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by JEFF SEMLER/Extension educator | July 6, 2004
Last week was one of my favorite weeks of the summer. No, it wasn't my family vacation nor was it the Ag Expo, while they rate one and two on my list, respectively. It was Farm Fun Day Camp. It is hard to believe that a program hatched by a cadre of volunteers and extension professionals has been going strong this long. It is one of my favorites because it combines two of my passions - working with youngsters and introducing people to agriculture. Where does milk come from?
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