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86-Hnc«sty Farming, Saturday. June io, 1995
Cream Of The Crop
What better time to showcase
American’s dairy farmers, the
dairy industry and its products than
June Dairy Month a celebration
that has been observed nationwide
Lancaster Fanning holds an
annual dairy recipe contest as a
salute to dairy farmers who pro
duce nutritious milk and other
dairy products to make these deli
We lhank the many readers who
sent in recipes. Each week during
June Dairy Month, a portion of the
entries will be printed. Winners in
the Cow Mania Contest will be
published on June 24.
A special thanks goes to the
readers who wrote something
about themselves and sent a pic
ture. It’s our readers who make this
contest and the dairy recipes a
So, during June Dairy Month,
thank a farmer by trying several of
these delectable recipes.
BEST BUTTER COOKIES
1 cup butler
'A cup sugar
1 large egg
1 tablespoon vanilla
'A teaspoon salt
2 cups flour
Mix together all ingredients and
chill dough. Roll out 'A -inch thick
and cut into desired shapes. Makes
about 3 dozen. Bake on ungreased
cookie sheets at 375 degrees for
about 8 minutes.
Our parents have a grain, hay,
and straw farm near Rochester,
N.Y. Our grandpa Sam Van Or den
has a dairy farm in Catskill, N.Y.
Our grandpa Randali was a beef
farmer. We help make lots of cook
ies for the hired men and other
Linnell and Serita Randall
3-ounce package lime Jell-0
3-ounce package lemon Jell-0
3-ounce package cherry Jell-0
8-ounce package cream cheese
'A cup salad dressing
16-ounce can crushed pineapple
First layer: Dissolve the lime
Jell-0 in one cup hot water. Add 1
cup cold water. Add the crushed
pineapple, drained. Place in
9x 13-inch cake pan and chill until
Dissolve lemon Jell-0 in 1 cup
hot water. Add cream cheese, salad
dressing, and pineapple juice.
After the first layer is set, pour this
mixture on top of the first layer and
allow to set.
Dissolve cherry Jell-0 in 1 cup
hot water. Add 1 cup cold water.
Pour on top of second layer. Let set
until firm. Cut in squares and
I have so many cookbooks, but I
still cut recipes out of the "Lancas
! just made my 70th birthday on
May 2. We have a family of five
married children and 18 grand
children, 5 of them are married.
We do have a great time at Thanks
giving and Christmas. This recipe
is a nice one to serve at Christmas.
4 packages 8 ounce cream
4 cups sour cream
2 cups sugar
'A cup sugar for topping
2 teaspoons vanilla
'A cup chopped walnuts
I'A cup graham cracker crumbs
2 tablespoons butter
Cream cheese very creamy. Add
sugar. Beat again until pasty. Add
one egg at a time. Beat well after
each egg. Add sugar and mix well.
Put vanilla into sour cream and
fold into mixture.
Innell and Serita Randall from Holcomb, N.Y.
Cooking teacher and TV per
sonality Francis Anthony, known
as the "Love Chef" appears fre
quently on Live with Regis and
Kathy Lee. Be was given this
affectionate title 20 years ago by a
student of his "Cooking with
Love" course, who said that since
he cooked with so much love, be
must be the Love Chef. Try his
recipe for this luscious, creamy
Penne Pasta with Prosciutto...
Crust: melt butter and mix with
graham cracker crumbs. Add sugar
and nuts. (I add a little brown
sugar. It helps hold it together.)
Press crust into angel food pan.
Pour cake mixture on top. Run a
knife through to remove air bub
bles. Bake at 375 degrees for one
8 ounces penne pasta, uncooked
3 tablespoons butter
4 ounces prosciutto, cut in 'A -inch
1 small onion, diced (about V*
6 plum tomatoes, diced (3 cups)
1 cup whipping cream
'/a cup fresh or frozen green peas
Freshly ground black pepper to
'A cup grated Parmesan cheese
hour. Then turn oven off and leave
cake in for 'A hour longer.
AMISH BAKED OATMEAL
'/a cup melted butter
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup sugar
3 cups old-fashioned or minute
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
4 tablespoons oil
Mix together all ingredients
except oatmeal in a blender. Mix
well. Pour into a 9-inch square pan.
Stir in 3 cups oatmeal. Bake at 350
degrees for 30-35 minutes. Serve
with a dot of butter and brown
sugar on top or fresh fruit and
warm milk. May add raisins.
Serves 6-8. Can be reheated in
microwave and enjoyed all week.
My husband Jim farms with his
father, brother, and brother-in
law. They also have a fertilizer
business. We have three children,
Andy, 16; Crystal, 15; and Duane,
11. We have a vegetable garden
and for relaxation, we like to go
water skiing in the summertime.
My family likes this recipe for Sun
day morning brunch.
Jim and Glenda Brubaker
Penne Pasta With
Cook pasta according to pack
age directions until tender yet
firm; drain and set aside. Mean
while, in a medium skillet over
medium heat, melt butter. Add
prosciutto and oniop; cook until
onion is tender, 3 to 5 minutes,
stirring frequently. Stir in toma
toes. Add cream, peas and pepper;
simmer until mixture is slightly
thickened, about S minutes. Stir in
Parmesan cheese. Toss cream
mixture with pasta. YIELD: 4 to 6
"‘Cooked ham may be substi
tuted for prosciutto.
11 ounce can mandarin oranges
20 ounce can pineapple chunks
16 ounce peach slices, cutin bite
3 bananas sliced
2 red apples cut in bite size
Drain all canner fruit very well.
Mix all fruit well.
Sauce: 1 package (3 J /« ounce)
vanilla instant pudding
1 cup milk
Vi cup orange juice concentrate
(no water added)
V* cup sour cream
Combine sauce ingredients,
beating until thick and smooth.
Mix into the fruit mixture. Stir
well. Serve. Chill any leftovers. In
the summer the salad can be garn
ished with fresh blueberries or
My Aunt Marion, who I am
named after shared this recipe
with me. It is a wonderful dish, and
I usually have to double or triple
the batch when I am taking it out
for family gatherings. We farm
here in Northeast in Wayne Coun
ty. We board dairy heifers on con
tract. Presently, we have 118 ani
mals at our facility. This is our
third year in business.
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