Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 10, 1995, Image 55

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    Cream Of The Crop
Eugene and Sharon Plett with daughters Sharia, 3, and
Renita, 1.
1 cup Bisquick
'A cup cold water
14 pound ground beef
2 medium tomatoes, sliced
14 cup green peppers, chopped
'A cup dairy sour cream
'A cup mayonnaise
'A cup Cheddar cheese
1 tablespoon onion, chopped
Mix together Bisquick and
water. Put in a greased BxBx2-inch
pan or dish. Cook and drain beef
and put over Bisquick mixture.
Cover with sliced tomatoes and
sprinkle on green peppers. Mix
together sour cream, mayonnaise.
cheese, and onion and spread on
top of peppers. Bake at 32S
degrees for 25 to 30 minutes.
My husband Eugene and I live
on a hog farm in Ephrata. We are
also blessed with having two little
girls. Sharia, 3, and Renita, 1,
which adds a lot to our home. The
girls love outdoor life and going
out to the barn to visit dad and the
Gene enjoys woodworking and I
love counted cross stitch. We also
enjoy camping, hiking, biking, and
just spending time together as a
Sharon Plett
6 ounces Jell-O (any flavor)
2 cups hot water
Pour into a 9-inch by 13-inch
baking dish. Let harden.
Next layer:
1 cup whipping cream
Vi cup sugar
l'/i tablespoon unflavored gela
tin dissolved in % cup cold water
Bring to a boil, then add:
1 cup sour cream
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cool, then pour on top of Jell-O.
When it hardens, add another layer
of Jell-O.
/ got this recipe from my sister
and we love it! We have two girls
and live on an 80-acre dairy farm,
milking 45 cows. The work keeps
us busy!
Amos and Arie King
3 cups graham cracker crumbs
'A cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon (optional)
'/«pound butter
Line 9-inch by 13-inch baking
dish with crumb mixture, and save
a few crumbs for on top. Mix
2 8-ounce packages of cream
'A cup sugar
1 cup warm milk
Add two large boxes of instant
vanilla pudding and 4 cups milk.
Beat till thick and smooth. Pour
over graham cracker crumbs and
sprinkle the top with remaining
crumbs. Refrigerate until ready to
We live on a dairy farm and
have been farming for 36 years.
We have three grown children and
six grandchildren. This recipe is a
favorite of ours when we get
together for afamily picnic or Sun
day dinner.
Connie Waite
Connie Weaner serves a 95-year-old client In her home
care work.
3 cups lowfat cottage cheese
'A cup coarsely crumbled blue
1 tablespoon fresh parsley
2 tablespoons chopped onion
Blend cottage cheese and blue
cheese for IS seconds in blender or
food processor. Stir in parsley and
onion tops.
Serve with raw vegetables or
com chips. Also good as a topping
for baked potatoes. About 11 calo-
Jum 1
ries per tablespoon.
My husband and his brother
farm a dairy farm that has been in
the family for six generations. Our
children live in four states, Flori
da, Virginia, California, and Pen
nsylvania. It doesn't look like any
will slay on the farm: We seldom
* see our three granddaughters.
I work as a health aide doing
home care.
Connie Weaner
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