Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 16, 1981, Image 96

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    ct—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Way 16,19«1
Heidi Miller is Lancaster’s poultry queen
LANCASTER - When Heidi
Miller, 18, became Lancaster
County’s Poultry Queen last year,
she had no inkling of the schedule
of events soon to fill her calendar.
Since that time, Heidi has cooked
five-foot omelets in Lancaster and
Williamsport, toured Purina Feed
Mills, Wenger’s Feed Mill and
Longenecker’s Hatcheries in
Elizabethtown, rode in the Farm
Home on
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1 pkg. whipped cream cheese with
1 pkg. corned beef, finely chopped
1/3 c. shredded Swiss cheese
3 hard-cooked eggs, sliced
3 bagels or English muffins, split,
Stir together cream cheese and
milk until smooth. Add corned beef
and cheese. Reserve 3 inner egg
slices. Chop remaining slices and
combine with cream cheese
mixture. Refrigerate until serving.
Spread about 1/4 cup mixture on
each toasted bagel or muffin half.
Serve cold or broil 6 inches from
heat 2 to 3 minutes or until cheese
r>elts. Garnish each with an egg
slice, halved.
8 hard-cooked eggs
2 T. mayonnaise
2to 31. lemon juice
11. prepared mustard
11. Worcestershire sauce
1/21. salt
1/81. pepper
Cut eggs in half lengthwise.
Remove yolks, mash with tone.
Combine with remaining
ingredients; blend well. Refill
whites using approximately 2
teaspoons mixture per egg l half.
Makes 16 deviled egg halves.
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Show parade last fall, dispensed
egg sides for Farm Show, and
attended the Poultry Tradeshow in
Atlanta, Georgia.
One of the most thrilling events
during her reign occured last
week. She piet the governor of
Pennsylvania while making
another five-foot omelet.
“It was really thrilling to meet
the range
3/4 c. uncooked regular nee
1 can condensed cream of celery
3/4 c. water
IT. butter
1 pkg. frozen peas, separated
1 can sliced mushrooms, drained,
6 eggs
1/2 c. shredded Swiss cheese,
In large fry pan combine rice,
soup, water and butter. Cover and
bring to boil. Reduce heat to
simmering. Simmer covered 5
minutes. Stir in frozen peas and
simmer covered 5 minutes longer,
tir in mushrooms, if desired. Make
6 indentations in' nee mixture.
Break an egg into each in
dentation. Cover and continue
cooking over low to medium heat
until eggs are almost set, 3 to 3
minutes. Sprinkle with cheese, if
desired. Cover and cook until eggs
are desired degree of doneness, 5
to 7 minutes.
For patio or poolside, Peachy
Keen Nog is a delicious take-along.
11/2 c. vanilla or peach ice cream
2 fresh peaches, peeled and pitted
or 1 pkg. frozen peach slices,
2 eggs
Combine all ingredients in
blender container. Cover. Blend at
medium speed until smooth, about
15 seconds. Serve immediately.
the governor and to shake his
hand,” Heidi beamed.
About her work as queen, Heidi
says, “I really have enjoyed this
year. I like to travel around the
county and meet all the people. 1
guess most of all I enjoy going into
schools and telling kids about eggs.
They are really interested in the
incubator I bring along with me. ”
Heidi has a tnp to Philadelphia
planned for the near future.
Because Pennsylvania has only
two poultry queens, Adams and
Lancaster counties, Heidi has
many opportunities to travel out of
the county to promote poultry.
This Columbia resident works at
the Farm Credit Office in Lan
caster as a secretary and says she
“really enjoys it.” She also helps
her parents, Warren and Alicia
Miller, on their poultry farm.
When she isn’t working or
promoting poultry, Heidi takes
tune off for herself to ride bikes,
ski and cook. And you can bet she
has some great egg recipes. Her
favorite recipe follows.
The Lancaster Poultry
Association is currently looking for
a replacement for Heidi when her
reign ends in August. If you or
someone you know is interested,
call John Hershey, 653-5807 or
Walter Mawrer, 684-5331, for more
information and contest rules.
The contest will be held August 7
at the Farm and Home Center in
Lancaster. First prize, besides the
title, will be $250 cash or a $5OO
college scholarship. Deadline date
is May 25.
To sum it up, Heidi wants
everyone to know she had a “very
eggciting year! DK
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1 cup orange juice
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Measure all ingredients into
blender or shaker container.
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Heidi Miller,
Cover. Blend or shake until well
blended. Pour into tall glass. Serve
Variation: Just before serving
add I scoop orange or lemon