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Nastasha Kline, 5, Is the
daugher of Nicole Kline.
2 pounds ricotta cheese
1 pound mozzarella cheese
1 pound lasagna noodles
24-ounces spaghetti sauce
1 medium onion, chopped fine
'A cup grated parmesan cheese
1 pound ground beef
A cup oregano
A tablespoon garlic powder
Salt and pepper
Cook lasagna noodles according
to package directions. In large fry
ing pan, fry ground beef with
onion, salt, and pepper, to taste.
When hamburger is well-browned,
drain. In large mixing bowl, mix
grated mozzarella cheese, ricotta
cheese, eggs, oregano, and garlic
powder. Grease bottom of
ISxlI-inch baking dish. Layer in
pan; noodles, cheese mixture,
ground beef, onion, and sauce.
Make three series of layers, ending
with sauce. Sprinkle with 'A cup
grated parmesan cheese. Bake in
425-degree oven for 1 hour.
Nicole Kline and Jerry Johnson
live near Herndon. They enjoy the
freedom of the outdoors, old fash
ioned home-cooking, and attend
ing public sales. Natasha, Nicole's
daughter, especially enjoys the
wildlife that the rural area brings.
16-ounces cream cheese
2 cups confectioners’ sugar
1 cup dairy sour cream
'A teaspoon vanilla extract
V* teaspoon almond extract
'A pint whipping cream
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 angel food cake, tom into bite
2 quarts fresh strawberries,
raspberries or peaches, thinly
3 tablespoons sugar
In large bowl, cream together
cream cheese and confectioners’
sugar; add sour cream, vanilla, and
almond extract. Set aside. In small
deep bowl, whip cream, vanilla,
and sugar. Fold into cream cheese.
Add cake pieces, set aside. Com
bine strawberries and sugar. Layer
together in a large glass bowl:
strawberries, cake mixture, con
tinue layering, finish with straw
This is a rich and wonderful
(lessen. My husband and / farm
acres all in various types of
toy. Summer for us is a busy time.
have three children, Nathan, 8;
Jacob, 6; and Natalie, 3. Someday
We hope to own our own farm.
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
A cup sugar
I teaspoon lemon juice
'A cup butter
1 egg yolk, slightly beaten
A teaspoon vanilla
Mix and pat 'A into bottom of a
9-inch spring-form pan. Bake in
450 degree oven for 8 minutes.
Remove from oven and attach
sides to bottom. Butter and pat
remaining crumbs on sides to
height of VA inches.
24-ounces cream cheese,
'A teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon lemon juice
VA cup- sugar
3 tablespoons flour
2 egg yolks
A cup whipping cream
Let cream cheese stand at room
temperature to soften. Beat until
creamy. Add vanilla, lemon juice,
sugar, eggs, and flour. Gradually
blend into cheese. Gendy stir in
whipping cream. Spoon into crust
and bake at 450 degrees for 12
minutes. Reduce heat at 300
degrees and continue baking for 55
to 60 minutes. Remove from oven.
Cool. Loosen sides with spatula
after 30 minutes. Remove sides at
end of 1 hour. Allow to cool 2
2 or 3 cups fresh strawberries
1 cup water
VA cups tablespoons cornstarch
'A to ’A cup sugar
Crush 1 cup strawberries, add
the water and cook 2 minutes.
Sieve. Mix cornstarch with sugar
(amount depends on sweetness of
berries). Stir into hot berry mix
ture. Cook until thick. Add a few
drops of food coloring if needed.
Place remaining berries on top of
cheesecake. Pour glaze over top.
Cool 2 hours.
If desired, circle berries with
halves of pineapples.
This is a very rich cheesecake
but it is delicious.
My husband was a dairy farmer
but is retired. I am 70 years old and
he is 72. We now rent the farm.
Mrs. Donald Casner
12 slices white bread
12 ounces sharp processed
Impound fresh asparagus,
2 cups diced cooked ham
3 cups milk
2 tablespoons minced onion
'A teaspoon salt
V* teaspoon dry mustard
Using a doughnut cutter, cut 12
circles and holes from bread. Tear
remaining bread in pieces and
place in a greased 13x9x2-inch
baking pan. Layer cheese, aspara
gus, and ham over tom bread,
arrange bread circles and holes on
top. Lightly beat eggs with milk
and seasonings; mix well. Pour
egg mixture over circles and holes.
Cover and refrigerate at least 6
hours or overnight. Bake uncov
ered at 325 degrees for S 3 minutes.
Let stand 10 minutes before
My husband Samuel and I and
our two daughters, Emily, 2, and
Aremina, 1, live on a dairy farm
near Three Springs, Huntingdon
County. We take care of more than
100 head dairy cattle and milk 3
times a day. Our landlord puts in
the cropsfor the feed. We all enjoy
dairy products. When the milk runs
all in the house, it makes for some
fussy children till someone gets
Hazel S. Yoder
1 canned milk, chilled
Beat well and slowly add:
1 cup granulated sugar
l'/> lemon rind and juice
Beat all together until very stiff.
Put in dish and sprinkle top with
graham cracker crumbs. Put in
freezer for 1 to 2 hours.
/ am the wife of a farmer. We
have a century farm. We, both
work side by side doing what has to
be done. I have a garden and a
large patch of flowers.
We no longer have any livestock
as we have been farming here
since 1945. Only the land is being
tilled and kept in A-l condition.
We attend St. Michael’s Church in
Klingerstown and love to do crafts
Marian G. Klinger
1 package marble cake mix
'/] cup butter, softened
V* cup sour cream
% cup sugar
16 ounces cream cheese
'A cup water
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Grease 9x13-inch pan. Reserve 1
cup dry cake mix. Blend remaining
dry cake mix, butter, and 1 egg on
low speed until dough forms. Pat
in bottom of pan. Bake until gol
den and crust begins to pull away
from side of pan, about 13-20
minutes. Beat cream cheese and
sour cream until smooth. Blend
reserved cake mix, water, sugar
and 2 eggs into cream cheese mix
ture. Pour remaining mix over
crust. Blend reserved cream
cheese mixture and marble mix
ture in small bowl on low speed.
Drop dark batter by tabiespoonful
randomly, in 6-8 mounds, onto
yellow batter. Cut through battler
with knive to make marble effect.
Bake until set and cake springs
back, about 30-35 minutes. Cool
completely. Refrigerate until firm.
We own a 113-acre dairy farm
and milk 45 cows. Our 3 children
love the farm. Our son, Tyler, 4,
wants to be a farmer when he
grows up and Sara, 7, would like to
become a dairy princess.
I was from a non-farming family
and married and became a farm
wife. I was extremely surprised to
find out what all jobs and duties
take on the name of farmwife. It’s
not just housework, it was barn
work, field hand, tractor driver,
and whatever and wherever you
My husband, Jon, wav from a
farm family and I must say very tol
erant of my ignorance of the farm.
He puts in long hours in the field
and barn yet finds time to share a
little with all of us. We enjoy farm
ing as a family.
Jon and Betsy Derstine
Jon and Betsy Derstine’s
children, Sarah, Tyler, and
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 19, 1993-817
The daughters of Louie and
Anita Moyer, Linnea, 5; Kayla,
2V>, and Sharita, 2 months.
1 pound ground beef
'A cup chopped onion
'/> teaspoon salt
'A teaspoon pepper
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
1A cups milk
3 A cup Bisquick
Heat oven to 375 degrees.
Lightly grease 10x1'/ -inch pie
plate or casserole dish.
Brown beef and onion, drain.
Add salt and pepper. Spread in pie
plate. Sprinkle with cheese. Mix
remaining ingredients in blender,
blend until smooth. Pour into pie
plate. Bake until brown and knife
inserted in center comes out clean,
about 30-35 minutes. Let stand 5
minutes before cutting.
If using a 9xl'/< -inch plate,
decrease milk to 1 cup, Bisquick to
'A cup and 2 eggs.
This easy to prepare dish is very
good and nice to prepare when
time is short.
My husband Llewellyn and I are
dairyfarmers on his family’ sfarm.
We have 70-some cows and also a
We have three daughters, Lin
nea Joelle, 5, who enjoys helping
with the chores; Kayla Sue, 2'A ,
and active little girl; and Sharita
Anne, 2 months.
3 cups brown rice, cooked
4 tablespoons chopped green
VA cups ricotta cheese
2 garlic cloves, pressed
1 cup sour cream
2 tablespoons milk
‘A teaspoon chopped hot pepper
'/} cup grated farmer’s cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix rice and onions. Mix ricot
ta, garlic, sour cream, milk, and hot
pepper. Blend into rice and onions.
Butter a 1-quart casserole, pour in
the mixture and top with grated
cheese. Bake 25 minutes until the
cheese bubbles and the mixture is
Larry and I live on a dairy farm
in Adams County. We milk 150
registered Holsteins and farm
about 500 acres.
We have four children. Lela is
program director for MAMMA.
Lane is attending Franklin Univer
sity in Columbus, Ohio, majoring
in electronic engineering. Lesha is
the current Adams County dairy
princess and plans to attend West
ern Maryland College and major
in communications. Ladd is a
sophomore at New Oxford Sr.
High School and enjoys being
active in wrestling and track.
My hobbies include collecting
cows, cookbooks, and crafts.
FAMOUS CLAM CHOWDER
2 (614 -ounce) cans minced
1 cup finely chopped onion
1 cup finely chopped celery
2 cups finely diced potatoes
V* cup butter
V* cup flour
1 quart milk
Salt and pepper, to taste
2 chopped hard cooked eggs
Drain juice from clams. Add
juice to vegetables in small sauce
pan. Add enough water to barely
cover vegetables. Simmer, cov
ered, over medium heat until ten
der. In the meantime, melt butter,
add flour, blend and cook, stirring
for 2 to 3 minutes. Add milk, cook
and stir with wire whisk until
smooth and thick. Keep on low
heat to prevent burning. Add
undrained vegetables and clams.
Heat through. Add salt, pepper,
and chopped eggs.
SUE’S MASHED POTATOES
4 cups mashed potatoes
1 small box cottage cheese
54 pint sour cream
Grated small onion
Mix, dot with butter and bake
uncovered 30 minutes at 350
This recipe is a favorite of my
family when we all get together. I
fix it at home too. It's quick and
easy. My husband, Nick, loves it.
We have three children, Laura, 13,
Nick, 11; and Jake, B'A . Weliveon
a farm with 225 acres and raise
black Angus brood cows and
calves. We sell used machinery
and parts specializing in John
Deere. Our hobby is antique trac
tor collecting. I like to sew, collect
antiques, pigs, and barns, and
read Section B of Lancaster
VERY DAIRY CHEESECAKE
12 whole graham crackers,
A cup sugar
'A cup butter, melted
Mix together with fork, press in
bottom and partway up side of
greased and floured 10-inch spring
cake pan. Bake at 350 degrees for
12 minutes on bottom oven shelf.
Remove and add;
16 ounces cream cheese,
A cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 whole eggs, add one at a time.
Mix together with mixer and
pour into baked crust. Bake at 375
degrees for 20 minutes on middle
1 pint sour cream
'A cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
Mix together with mixer. Pour
carefully on top of already baked
Step 2 filling. Bake at 375 degrees
for 15 minutes on middle shelf.
When cool, lop with cherry pie fill
ing or other favorite fruit topping.
Serves 16 to 20.
Our family lives on a 160-year
old crop and beef farm near Mount
Joy. My husband, Paul, also oper
ates a seed cleaning business. A
farm is a great place to raise our
active children, Rochelle, 11; Lau
ra, 9; and Chad, 3, who enjoy their
4-H rabbits and other pets. All of
the above keeps us busy from
morning until night.
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