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July 21, 2010
This is an Eyler family tradition passed down from generation to generation. My husband's great-grandmother made it in South Carolina, then passed down the recipe to her daughter, my husband's grandmother, who passed it to my husband's mother, who gave it to me. When my husband was growing up, he called his grandmother Gram. He said Gram would meet him when he got off the school bus every day while his parents were still at work. My husband could tell on the walk home whether they were having this dish for supper because he could smell the aroma of homemade ham dumplings.
NEWS
September 6, 2006
1 large potato, cooked and mashed 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup mild yellow cheese 2 cups flour 2 eggs 1/4 cup warm water Butter, to taste Large pot of boiling water For filling, combine potato, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and cheese. Set mixture aside. Mix flour, eggs and remaining salt. Add warm water to make medium-soft dough. Knead until blisters appear on dough, about 4 to 5 minutes. Divide into two portions. Place one portion on the flour board. Flatten until the dough is thin, about 1/4 inch.
NEWS
May 11, 1999
Katy Romero, a St. Thomas, Pa., resident, called to ask if we could find a recipe for Pioneer Bread. She said it is a heavy brown bread with a wonderful texture that contains lots of grains. When we had no luck with our cookbooks at home, we turned to National Pike Cookbook and the Internet for help. Here's what we found: - Meg H. Partington, Staff Writer Pilgrim's Bread 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal 1/3 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon salt 2 cups boiling water 1/4 cup oil 2 packages dry yeast 1/2 cup warm water 3/4 cup whole-wheat flour 1/2 cup rye flour 4 1/4 to 4 1/2 cups unbleached white flour Combine cornmeal, brown sugar and salt in a bowl.
NEWS
May 17, 2006
1 potato, scrubbed clean 2 tablespoons pizza or tomato sauce 1/4 to 1/2 cup frozen vegetable mix 1/4 cup shredded cheese (mozzarella or Monterey jack) Bake or microwave potato until it is soft and cooked through. While potato is baking, place frozen vegetables in a colander; run warm water over them until thawed; drain well. Split baked potato in half lengthwise and place in a small baking dish. Spread pizza or tomato sauce on each half of the cooked potato; top with drained vegetables.
NEWS
October 17, 2007
For the live yeast culture: 1 cup organic wheat flour 1/2 cup water For the starter: 3/4 cup water 1 1/2 cups nonbromated flour For the dough: 1 1/2 to 2 cups starter mixture 2/3 cup warm water 2 1/2 cups nonbromated flour 2 teaspoons of salt Take the ingredients for the live yeast culture and mix into a paste. Let sit at room temperature for 2 to 3 days. Check on it daily for mold. A sour smell is a good sign. The mixture will bubble; when it settles, it's ready.
NEWS
November 18, 1997
Grandma Jettie's Bagels Grandma Jettie's Bagels 1 package yeast 1 tablespoon sugar 2 cups warm water 8 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1/3 cup oil Stir yeast and sugar into warm water; set aside until it bubbles. Sift flour into a 5-quart bowl and add salt. Make a depression; add eggs and oil. Slowly pour water and yeast mixture into the depression while stirring. Mix with large spoon until thick and very sticky. Add more flour if it is too soft.
NEWS
By Bill Anderson | October 23, 2005
Most of the outdoors activity in October and November is centered around the many hunting seasons that are opening. A small but dedicated group of anglers enjoy this situation. While most folks are concentrating on hunting, the anglers are enjoying some of the best fishing of the year. This is the time of year when lake fishermen talk about turnover. Many veteran anglers will tell you that the period just after turnover can be extremely productive. Turnover occurs in lakes that have more than one layer of water, with the coldest water on the bottom.
NEWS
December 14, 1997
Frozen pipes can drain your wallet By KERRY LYNN FRALEY Staff Writer It was third in a series of cold and windy days, with single-digit lows and highs never reaching above freezing - ripe conditions for freezing pipes that aren't properly protected, experts say. The highest it got that weekend was 25 degrees on the afternoon of Jan. 19, 1997, after two days of 15-degree highs and a morning low of 2 degrees, according to Hagerstown...
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | December 11, 2006
While she thinks it is a hassle, one Christmas shopper said Sunday that watering is a priority when putting up the tree. Finding a big tree with a good smell also is important, Kristina Erny said. "The smell ... we want it to smell like citrus, and it needs to be full, so I can put lots of ornaments on it," Erny said after she and some family members jammed their new tree into the back of a Ford Expedition. Making sure Christmas trees are securely tied for transport and keeping them watered are some ways to prevent the pratfalls of a National Lampoon's holiday, according to information from AAA Mid-Atlantic and the U.S. Fire Administration.
NEWS
by JEFF JOHNSTON / Motor Matters | April 14, 2006
As hard as it may be to believe for those of us still snowbound, the start of the spring RVing season is almost upon us. That means a lot of RV owners will be breaking out their rigs for the first time in several months. What they find when they first open that door depends largely on how carefully the rig was put into storage last fall. It can be easy to face - or a grim situation. If the rig was carefully cleaned and stored, the spring opening is a fairly simple chore. If a few details were left unfinished, well, grab the clothespin for your nose and dive into the job. Start with a full exterior washing.
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NEWS
July 21, 2010
This is an Eyler family tradition passed down from generation to generation. My husband's great-grandmother made it in South Carolina, then passed down the recipe to her daughter, my husband's grandmother, who passed it to my husband's mother, who gave it to me. When my husband was growing up, he called his grandmother Gram. He said Gram would meet him when he got off the school bus every day while his parents were still at work. My husband could tell on the walk home whether they were having this dish for supper because he could smell the aroma of homemade ham dumplings.
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NEWS
October 17, 2007
For the live yeast culture: 1 cup organic wheat flour 1/2 cup water For the starter: 3/4 cup water 1 1/2 cups nonbromated flour For the dough: 1 1/2 to 2 cups starter mixture 2/3 cup warm water 2 1/2 cups nonbromated flour 2 teaspoons of salt Take the ingredients for the live yeast culture and mix into a paste. Let sit at room temperature for 2 to 3 days. Check on it daily for mold. A sour smell is a good sign. The mixture will bubble; when it settles, it's ready.
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | December 11, 2006
While she thinks it is a hassle, one Christmas shopper said Sunday that watering is a priority when putting up the tree. Finding a big tree with a good smell also is important, Kristina Erny said. "The smell ... we want it to smell like citrus, and it needs to be full, so I can put lots of ornaments on it," Erny said after she and some family members jammed their new tree into the back of a Ford Expedition. Making sure Christmas trees are securely tied for transport and keeping them watered are some ways to prevent the pratfalls of a National Lampoon's holiday, according to information from AAA Mid-Atlantic and the U.S. Fire Administration.
NEWS
September 6, 2006
1 large potato, cooked and mashed 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup mild yellow cheese 2 cups flour 2 eggs 1/4 cup warm water Butter, to taste Large pot of boiling water For filling, combine potato, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and cheese. Set mixture aside. Mix flour, eggs and remaining salt. Add warm water to make medium-soft dough. Knead until blisters appear on dough, about 4 to 5 minutes. Divide into two portions. Place one portion on the flour board. Flatten until the dough is thin, about 1/4 inch.
NEWS
May 17, 2006
1 potato, scrubbed clean 2 tablespoons pizza or tomato sauce 1/4 to 1/2 cup frozen vegetable mix 1/4 cup shredded cheese (mozzarella or Monterey jack) Bake or microwave potato until it is soft and cooked through. While potato is baking, place frozen vegetables in a colander; run warm water over them until thawed; drain well. Split baked potato in half lengthwise and place in a small baking dish. Spread pizza or tomato sauce on each half of the cooked potato; top with drained vegetables.
NEWS
by JEFF JOHNSTON / Motor Matters | April 14, 2006
As hard as it may be to believe for those of us still snowbound, the start of the spring RVing season is almost upon us. That means a lot of RV owners will be breaking out their rigs for the first time in several months. What they find when they first open that door depends largely on how carefully the rig was put into storage last fall. It can be easy to face - or a grim situation. If the rig was carefully cleaned and stored, the spring opening is a fairly simple chore. If a few details were left unfinished, well, grab the clothespin for your nose and dive into the job. Start with a full exterior washing.
NEWS
By Bill Anderson | October 23, 2005
Most of the outdoors activity in October and November is centered around the many hunting seasons that are opening. A small but dedicated group of anglers enjoy this situation. While most folks are concentrating on hunting, the anglers are enjoying some of the best fishing of the year. This is the time of year when lake fishermen talk about turnover. Many veteran anglers will tell you that the period just after turnover can be extremely productive. Turnover occurs in lakes that have more than one layer of water, with the coldest water on the bottom.
NEWS
August 26, 2003
If you're a student in the Chambersburg (Pa.) Area School District, you have a week before you have to be back in the classroom Tuesday, Sept. 2. Kids in the Greencastle-Antrim (Pa.) district started school Thursday, Washington and Frederick counties began Monday and other Tri-State area public school systems will be back by Wednesday. Some of you may find yourselves working on a classic back-to-school essay, aka "How I spent my summer vacation. " Staff Writer Kate Coleman talked to several kids whose summers included a little something more than sleeping late, vegetating in front of the tube or mowing grass.
NEWS
May 11, 1999
Katy Romero, a St. Thomas, Pa., resident, called to ask if we could find a recipe for Pioneer Bread. She said it is a heavy brown bread with a wonderful texture that contains lots of grains. When we had no luck with our cookbooks at home, we turned to National Pike Cookbook and the Internet for help. Here's what we found: - Meg H. Partington, Staff Writer Pilgrim's Bread 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal 1/3 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon salt 2 cups boiling water 1/4 cup oil 2 packages dry yeast 1/2 cup warm water 3/4 cup whole-wheat flour 1/2 cup rye flour 4 1/4 to 4 1/2 cups unbleached white flour Combine cornmeal, brown sugar and salt in a bowl.
NEWS
December 14, 1997
Frozen pipes can drain your wallet By KERRY LYNN FRALEY Staff Writer It was third in a series of cold and windy days, with single-digit lows and highs never reaching above freezing - ripe conditions for freezing pipes that aren't properly protected, experts say. The highest it got that weekend was 25 degrees on the afternoon of Jan. 19, 1997, after two days of 15-degree highs and a morning low of 2 degrees, according to Hagerstown...
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