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Rub It In (Continued from Pag* 822) tion) with minced garlic and cracked black pepper. Pepper-Garlic Combine gar lic powder, cracked black pepper and cayenne pepper. Italian Combine fresh or dried oregano, basil and rosemary with minced Italian parsley and garlic. Herb Combine fresh or dried marjoram, thyme and basih Rub Recipes To Try... LEMON-ROSEMARY RUB: Combine 1-1/2 teaspoons grated lemon peel, 1 teaspoon rosemary leaves (crushed), 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, 1/4 teaspoon coarse grind black pepper and 2 large cloves garlic, crushed. Makes enough to season 2 pounds of beef. SOUTHWESTERN RUB: Com bine 1-1/2 teaspoons chili powder, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1/2 tea spoon dried oregano leaves and 1/4 teaspoon ground cumin. Store, covered, in airtight container. Shake before using to blend. Makes enough to season 2 pounds of beef. LANDIS BROS. INC. LOST CREEK NORTHERN TIER O.C. RICE, INC. 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SEIPLE (70 Rt(. 40 & SON Elmar, NJ Easton, PA (M45(-2((0 610-25(-7146 MILLER'S JOHN DEERE v ask W on infill This column Is for readers who have questions but don’t Know whom to ask for the answers. “You Ask You Answer” is for non-cooking ques tions. When a reader sends in a question, it will be printed in the paper. Readers who know the answer are asked to respond by mailing the answer, which will then be printed in the paper. Questions and answers to this column should be addressed to You Ask You Answer, Lou Ann Good, P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522. QUESTION Cindy Eshleman, Jonestown, would like to know where a Cub Cadet tractor hat can be purchased or sent for. II SPICY SEASONING MIX: Combine 3 tablespoons chili pow der, 2 teaspoons ground coriander, 2 teaspoons ground cumin, 1-1/2 teaspoons garlic powder, 3/4 tea spoon dried oregano leaves and SMITH'S WALTEMYER’S IMPLEMENTS, INC SALES A SERVICE Morctrsburg, PA 717-326-2244 S.P.E., INC. WINELAND Rd. 1. Box 157 EQUIPMENT, INC. Towanda, PA Martlnabura, PA 717-2654440 (14-703-210 S TOBIAS EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Halifax, PA 717-352-3132 A 1/2 teaspoon ground red pepper. Store, covered, in airtight contain QUESTION Cindy Eshleman, R.D.#, Box 7958 Jones town, would like dates and directions to upcoming rabbit shows in central Pennsylvania. QUESTION Ray Leiphart, Felton, would like a recipe for making homemade soap that uses lye. QUESTION Mary Ann Whitehair, Terra Alta, W.V., would like a recipe for making window cleaner such as Windex. QUESTION Edie Mae Carty, Downmgtown, would like to know how to make fabric stiffner. QUESTION John T. Los, 2350 Croll School Rd.. York, PA 17403, would like to talk with someone about the litho graphs with the following information on them: Artist signature Fred S. Cozzens 1893. Armstrong & Co. Lith. Boston. Copyright 1893 American Publishing Co. Hartford, Conn. QUESTION Stephen M. Tolbert, 751 Woodside Dr., Oxford, PA 19363 (717) 529-6018 would like to obtain infor mation on entering the poultry industry, particularly in operat ing broiler houses. He is looking for a starting point—educa tion, financing, profitibility, etc. QUESTION Roland Kamoda, Monongahela, would like to know how to pluck a duck or goose and dress it. Also, how can one tell the difference between a young duck and a young goose? QUESTION Norman Babcock, Friendsville, would like to know where to buy a French-style string bean cutter. QUESTION A faithful New York reader would like a wholesale source for goose feathers to use to make old fashioned feather Christmas trees. QUESTION Henry F. Stoltzfus, Gordonville, wonders where Timex or other wind-up watches with glow-in-the-dark i spots can be gotten. Can be new or used. Rtd Don, PA 717-2444168 QUESTION —Edgar Jackson, Ligonier, would like to know how to puff wheat, rice, and corn for making cereal. QUESTION —Martha Hertzler, West Salisburg, would like an address to know where to send for a gasket for a stainless steel Flex-Seal pressure cooker Model 908, which is made by Vischer Products Company, Chicago. M.S. YEARSLEY & SONS Was! Chastar, PA 610415-2060 QUESTION Helen Mill, Honesdale, would like to pur chase new or used butchering knives, which must be good with 6-10-inch blades. QUESTION Tom Hicswa, Hammonton, N.J., would like to purchase sheet metal parts for a Case tractor model 3008 made about 1960. He wants a grille, gas tank cover, etc. Please send information to Hicswa at Box 2169 Elwood Rl, Hammonton, N.J. QUESTION Evelyn Michaels, Beaver, asks if anyone remembers Ole Oid, a type of linament made by Dr. Peter Farhney and Sons Company in N.Y. City. It contained cam phor. oil of cloves, sassafras, and turpentine. The Swedish/ Finnish community in Tioga County used it widely from the 1930 s to the 19605. Evelyn has asked telephone operators in the calling areas 212,718,917, and 914, for telephone listings for the company but no listing exists in those areas. Does any one know a supplier? ANSWER A reader in New York wanted a recipe to make non-edible gingerbread men, which has white glue as an ingredient. Thanks to Wanda Nolt, Peach Bottom, and other readers who sent the following recipe. Non-Edible Gingerbread Men V* cup applesauce Combine cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. Stir in apple sauce and glue. Work mixture with hands 2 to 3 minutes to form a ball. If mixture is too dry, add more applesauce: if it is too wet, add more cinnamon. Roll dough between wax paper, using cinnamon instead of flour to dust rolling pin and surface of rolling area. Cut into shapes and place oncookie sheet. Use a pencil point to make a hole to thread ribbon through if desired. Air dry, turning every couple of hours. Takes about 3 to 5 days. For faster method, dry in 250-300 degree oven for several hours, turning Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 28, 1995-823 1 cup cinnamon 1 tablespoon nutmeg 2 tablespoons Tacky Glue 1 tablespoon cloves er. Shake before using to blend Makes about 1/3 cup.