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TOWSON, Md. Knowledge
about milk products and the dairy
industry could win you cash and
U.S. Savings Bonds at this year’s
Pennsylvania Farm Show, as the
Middle Atlantic Milk Marketing
Association (MAMMA) presents
the “Dairy Derby.” At booth 338
in the main exhibition hall, show
goers can watch, and possibly par
ticipate in a Hollywood-style
The purpose of the exhibit is to
educate consumers. Contestants
will be asked questions on a varie
ty of dairy-related topics from
cows to cottage cheese. Contest
ants won’t have to be agricultural
experts, but knowledge about the
dairy industry could be profitable.
The “Dairy Derby” will have
two parts. First, four contestants
will appear on stage and compete
against each other as they answer
dairy-related questions. Each
question will be worth 10 points.
The first person to win 50 points
will be declared the winner, and
will move onto the exciting cash
‘The cube is basically an over
sized phone booth with a big
blower in it,” says “Dairy Derby”
game show host. Bill Snitcher,
MAMMA’S Marketing Director.'
“Inside the cube will be several
hundred dollars in cash, plus certi
ficates for well over $l,OOO per
day in U.S. Savings Bonds. Once
the blower is turned on, the con
testant will have one minute to
catch what they can, and slip it out
of the cube through a small slot
What they are able to get out of
the cube is theirs to keep. The
trick is to catch the cash or bonds,
because inside the cube, it’s like
standing in the middle of a torna
Snitcher adds, “Area dairies
and milk processors have been ex-
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ing To Farm Show
Dairy Derby contestant attempts to catch free money to
keep. Several hundred dollars and more than $l.OOO in U.S.
Savings Bonds are released during the one-minute each
contestant has to catch what they can. The trick is to catch
the cash or bonds, because Inside the cube, It's like stand
ing In the middle of a tornado.
tremely supportive of the “Dairy
Derby." The U.S. Savings Bonds
are being sponsored by: Clover
Farms, Graybill’s Dairy, Harris
burg Dairy, Kemps Foods, Lehigh
Valley Farms, Lenkerbrook
, Farms, Roscnbcrgcr’s Dairy, Tur-
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ANSWER —M.J. Howard, Columbus, N.J., wanted a recipe
for the ham and bean soup that was sold at the Gordonville
Fire Co. Builder’s Sale on October 16. Thanks to Lydia Smok
er, Gordonville, for sending the recipe.
Ham And Bean Soup
3 or 4 pounds turkey ham
1 gallon Great Northern beans
2 quarts potatoes, cooked, chopped fine
2 medium onions, chopped fine
1 pint carrots, chopped fine
1 pack celery, chopped fine
Tomato or V-8 juice
Salt and pepper or seasonings desired
Chop ham and brown lightly in 12-quart kettle. Add pota
toes, onions, celery, and carrots after they have been cooked.
Add beans and tomato juice and seasonings as needed; add
water if necessary.
ANSWER Sherry Craner of Bridgeton, N.J., wants
recipes for the best meatloaf. Thanks to Connie Weaner, Get
tysburg, for sending her recipe.
Va cup chopped blanched almonds, walnuts, pecans, Brazil
nuts or flaked coconut
About 30 minutes before serving, butter 9x5-inch loaf pan.
In a small bowl, beat cream cheese and sugar with almond
extract until smooth. Stir in nuts. Press into pan. Refrigerate
until firm. Cut into squares. Keep refrigerated until served.
Makes 30 squares or one pound.
Peanut butter; Prepare as above but substitute 2 tables
poons of creamy peanut butter for almond extracts and use
V* cup chopped salted peanuts instead of other nuts.
Cherry nut: Prepare same as above but add one 4-ounce
container red candied cherries, chopped, and use only V I cup
chopped blanched almonds.
Lancaster Farming, Friday, January 6,1W5-B9
German Meat Loaf
2 pounds ground beef
2 cups caraway rye bread crumbs
8-ounce can sauerkraut, drained reserving juice
'A cup sauerkraut juice (add water to make 'A cup)
'A cup onion, minced
Mix all ingredients. Make meat loaf in 9x5-inch loaf pan
Bake VA hours at 350 degrees. Makes 8 servings.
ANSWER Dolly Getz, Manheim, wanted a recipe for
homemade vanilla fudge that does not require lengthy cook
ing. Thanks to Connie Weaner, Gettysburg, for sending a
No-Cook Cheese-Nut Fudge
3-ounce package cream cheese, softened
2Vi cups confectioners’ sugar
'/« teaspoon almond extract