Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 23, 1994, Image 52

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    Bie-Umcaster Farming, Saturday, April 23, 1994
Cookbook Offers
(Continued trom Pago B 14)
1 quart lukewarm water
1 tablespoon yeast
I tablespoon salt
'A cup honey
'A cup vegetable oil
'A cup raw wheat germ
1 cup cooked oatmeal, cooled
3 cups whole wheat flour
6 or 7 cups high-gluten or Occi
dent flour
Put warm water and yeast in
large bowl and let set 5 minutes.
Add sugar, salt, oatmeal, oil, wheat
germ, and wheat flour. Mix well
with spoon. Add white flour gra
dually and mix by hand until not
sticky. Let set two hours. Punch
down and knead and let set one
hour. Punch down and knead and
divide into loaves. Place in greased
pans and let rise to desired heights.
Bake at 300 degrees for 30 to 40
minutes. Remove from oven, take
out of pan and rub tops with butter.
Cool one hour.
Judy Lentz
A cup chopped onion
'A cup chopped green pepper
3 tablespoons butter
10% -ounce can condensed
cream of chicken soup, undiluted
8-ounce can sliced mushrooms,
2-ounces chopped pimentos,
'A teaspoon dried basil
8-ounce package noodles,
cooked and drained
3 cups diced, cooked chicken
2 cups ricotta or cottage cheese
2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
'A cup grated parmesan cheese
14 cup buttered bread crumbs
In a skillet, saute onion and
green pepper in butter until tender.
Remove from the heat. Stir in the
soup, mushrooms, pimentos and
basil; set aside. In a large bowl,
combine noodles, chicken, and
cheeses; add mushroom sauces
and mix well. Transfer to a greased
13x9x2-inch baking dish. Bake,
uncovered, at 350 degrees for 40 to
45 minutes or until bubbly.
Sprinkle with cheese. Bake 15
minutes longer. Yield; 12 to 15
Virginia Brubaker
Problem Water?
Odor? Bad Taste? Stains? Iron? Manganese?
Mineral Buildup? Color? Bacteria? Virus?
Harmful Micro-organisms? Hydrogen Sulfide?
THM Precursors? Other Contaminants?
Do You Have Any Problems With:
* Scours
* Digestion
* Mastitis
* Breeding
* Small Litter Size \ \&!
* Too Much Medication fft
* Milk Production f ** **
* Poor Feed Efficiency I yjf
* Algae in Drinking Cups f/fl
* Bad Conception Rate « *»
Could Water Be Your Problem?
Complete Farm Water Treating
A Farm Water System that is designed to clean the water on
your farm with one of natures most powerful purifying agents
Condensed Oxygen (Ozone).
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
%cup plus 2 tablespoons
V] cup shredded Cheddar cheese
4 to 5 tablespoons cold water
l'/i pints fresh strawberries,
1 or 2 flesh pineapples, chunked
3 to 4 flesh peaches, sliced
2 to 3 cups seedless grapes
3 to 4 kiwi fruit
3 to 4 oranges, cut in half and cut
Combine flour, salt, and shor
tening until crumbly. Add Cheddar
cheese and cold water. Roll dough
into large circle and place on
ungreased 12-inch tart pan and flut
edge. Prick bottom and side of
pastry. Bake 8 to 10 minutes at 3SO
degrees. Cool. Prepare clear
orange sauce. Arrange strawberry
halves around edge of pastry shell.
Place orange selections next.
Arrange pineapple nuts. Place
kiwis and grapes. Place a strawber
ri in the center. Spoon clear orange
sauce over fruit Cut into wedges
to serve.
Clear Orange Sauce:
2 cups granulated sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
'A teaspoon salt
2 cups orange juice
l'/j cups water
'A cup lemon juice
Combine sugar, cornstarch and
salt Add orange juice, water, and
lemon juice to sugar, and corns
tarch mixture. Cook over medium
heat stirring constantly until mix
ture thickens and boils. Boil and
stir one minute. Remove from
heat. Stir in 'A teaspoon each
grated orange and lemon peel.
Cool. Spoon over fruits on Sum
mer Fruit Platter Pie.
Twila Rohrer
For help in avoiding problems
caused by a dead computer clock
battery and in finding the nearest
Official Preventative Maintenance
Center, call 1-800-881-CLOC
(2562), or write to: Rayovac
Corp., Technical Sales, P.O. Box
44960, Madison, WI 53744^4960.
(Contlnuad from Pago B 14)
antique chair. And eat food.
The benefit auction is well
known for its chicken barbeque,
strawberry pies, and homemade
soups. There are pork rolls by
Smucker’s Meats, an on-site pig
roast, country breakfasts, and
racks of cakes, pies, and other
A sale preview dinner of chick
en barbecue, baked potato bar, cole
slaw, applesauce, roll, butter, and
beverage for $4.75 is offered Fri
day evening on April 29, from
3:30-7:30 p.m.
The dinner is followed by an
auction that begins at 7 p.m.
Houseplants, bedding plants, toy
tractors, selected certificates and
other miscellaneous will be sold
until 8 p.m. when the Winross
truck auction begins.
Potatoes, washed and cut in half
1 large onion, sliced in round
2 to 3 tablespoons butter
l'/j cups shredded cheese
Parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper, to taste
In 13x9x2-inch glass baking
dish, melt butter in microwave
oven. Lay sliced onions in butter.
Place half of pototo on top of each
onion slice, sliced side down.
Sprinkle cheeses over potatoes.
Add seasonings. Cover with paper
towel. Microwave on high until
potatoes are soft, approximately
20 minutes.
Marty Smucker
Dutch Country Auction
The following day begins with a
country breakfast served from 6
. a.m. to 10 a.m. It includes orange
' juice and coffee with a choice of
egg omelet and toast or pancakes
and sausage.
At 9 a.m., Manheim and Lititz
crocks and pottery, a Tiffany table
lamp and matching accent lamp,
oval mirror with oat frame and
other furniture and collectibles
will be auctioned until 11 a.m.
when certificates for merchandise
and services from many local
businesses will be sold.
A fine collection of originals,
limited and open edition prints will
be auctioned at noon. These
include “An Original” by Freiman
Stoltzfus, “Rocky Springs Car
ousel” by Denny Bond, “Water
Lilies,” by David Brumback, and
local art by Susie Riehl. Deb
Smith, Arlene Fisher, P.Buckley
• The typical U.S. household
uses about 100 gallons (378.5
liters) of water per person per day,
while two-thirds of the people in
the world use less than 13 gallons
(49.2 liters) each, says National
• The United States uses three
times as much water a day
1,300 gallons (4,921 liters) per
person—as the average European
country, and astronomically more
water than most developing
nations, says National
* Sightseeing in Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, and Banff
* Picturesque train ride from Vancouver to Clinton, B.C.
* Visits to Jasper National Park and Glacier National Park
* A giant snowmobile ride on Athabasca Glacier
* A tour of the “Smokejumpers” School of the U.S. Forest Service
Canada* Towering Treasures
.. The Majestic Rockies
August 9-August 21, 1994
Call (717)743-6911 or send for free itinerary
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Hummel
R.R. # 5, Box 154
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Moss, Dan Barthold, Lisa Madens
pacher, and Art Taft.
This year, a real eye-catcher is a
Southern Cottage dollhouse hand
crafted by Benjamin E. Brubaker.
As usual, Abner Zook has pre
pared a special 3-D handcrafted
painting. This year’s offering is
“The Old Saw Mill.” Artist Linn
Longenecker always selects one of
his special paintings for the annual
auction. This year’s painting is
“Lincoln Schoolhouse at Eris
mann.” This schoolhouse was used
by Manheim Christian Day School
before they built their present
Thirty-three top-quality quilts
in traditional and unique patterns
will be sold, beginning at 1 p.m.
Many quilts have matching items,
wallhangings, and pillows that will
be sold separately.
Quilt patterns include Country
Love, Sampler, Mariner’s Com
pass, Patchwork Hearts, Tree of
Life, Feathered heart with Doves,
Philadelphia Pavement, None
such, Dogwood Bliss, Stars over
Georgetown, and others.
Some new and miscellaneous
items to be sold include a
20-25-foot maple tree that will be
planted on the property pf the high
est bidder, a handmade croquet set
by Norman Sauder, shrubbery,
mulch by the scoop or truckload,
firewood, and spotting goods.
The school is located at 686
Lebanon Rd., which is one mile
north of Manheim on Rt. 72. For
more information, call (717)