Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 24, 1995, Image 43

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    Cream Of The
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1 pound macaroni
l'/ 2 cups dry macaroni
1 can cream of mushroom soup
3 /, cup milk
V, cup catsup
% cup grated cheese
'A cup green peppers, chopped
1 medium onion, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
Brown meat and onion. Cook
macaroni. Mix together all ingre
dients. Pour into buttered 2-quart
casserole dish. Top with buttered
bread cubes. Cover and bake at
350 degrees for 45 minutes.
We Wee this casserole and it’s
very easy to make. I usually double
the recipe and freeze one dish. It
freezes well.
We have three children. Joshua
Anthony. 6; Jonathan Clare, 3;
and Joellen Faye, 5 months.
Harvey works at night and we
farm about 30 acres of alfalfa,
which we feed to our 60 plus
I'm looking forward to all your
good recipes!
Arlene ReifT
1 cup shredded Cheddar (mild or
medium) cheese
l/icups milk (skim. 2%. or
% cup Bisquick
3 eggs
1 cup turkey ham (optional,
sliced and cubed)
2 tablespoons onion
Dash salt and pepper
Mix together everything. Put
mixture into a greased 9-inch pie
Bake at 350 degrees for 25
minutes or until a fork inserted
comes out clean and top is light
I am a graduate of this year's
class at Northern Lebanon. I live
on a farm raising beef cattle and
work at two local farms milking
cows. I'm running for Lebanon
County dairy princess on June 10.
I enjoy swimming, riding horse
back, playing piano, singing, and
having fun with my friends.
I will be attending Messiah Col
lege in the fall for nursing.
Kristi Schoffstall
Kristi Schoffstaii was
crowned the Lebanon Coun
ty Dairy Princess recently.
1 cup flour
'/< cup sugar
'A cup butler
Rhubarb layer:
3 cups rhubarb
'A cup sugar
1 tablespoon flour
Cream layer
12 ounces cream cheese,
'A cup sugar
2 eggs
8 ounces sour cream
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
For crust, mix flour, sugar, and
butler, pat into 10-inch pie plate.
Set aside. For rhubarb layer, com
bine rhubarb, sugar, and flour, toss
lightly and pour into crust Bake at
375 degrees for IS minutes. Mean
while. prepare cream layers by
beating together cream cheese and
sugar until fluffy. Beat ifl eggs, one
at a time, then pour over hot rhu
barb layer. Bake at 350 degrees for
30 minutes or until set Combine
topping ingredients. Spread over
hot layers. Chill.
Our fondly is fond of rhubarb so
when it’s in season, I nuke every
recipe that I can find. This is one of
our favorites so it’s usually the
first one I nuke.
We live on a farm and have
Jersey cows. At the time, we're
milking 43. We raise all our own
heifers so that keeps us very busy.
We have a family of five boys. I
like to cook, bake, and collect
recipes. 1 always lookforwardto B
section in Lancaster Farming.
Linda Belter
'A cup butter, softened
3-ounces cream cheese,
1 cup all-purpose flour
Vi pound sausage
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1 tablespoon fresh snipped
2 eggs
I cup half and half
V* teaspoon salt
Dash cayennne pepper
Beat butter and cream cheese in
medium bowl until creamy. Blend
in flour, refrigerate one hour. Roll
into 24 (1-inch) balls; and press
each into mini muffin cups.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. To
prepare Ailing, crumble sausage
into small skillet. Cook over
medium heat until browned, stir
ring occasionally. Drain off any
drippings. Sprinkle evenly into
pastry shells in muffin cups.
Sprinkle with Swiss cheese and
chives. Whisk eggs, half and half,
salt and cayenne until blended;
pour over sausage into pastry
shells. Bake 20 to 30 minutes or
until set Remove from pans. Serve
hot. Refrigerate leftovers. Makes
24 appetizers.
Hi to all the Lancaster Farming
folks. It's hard to believe it's dairy
month again. We here at our little
Berks County Farm are sure
enjoying the spring now that the
trees have leaves and it is mostly
Jessica, now 4, has a little goat
that she feeds with a bottle. And,
Anne will be three tomorrow. She
likes to feed Putty our cal. She has
kittens, but we don’t know where
yet. She had to hide them well to
keep them from all the Dalmatians
that roam on this farm. We have
chicks again and lots of brown
Moos in the pastures.
Wishing you all a happy healthy
Roy and Vera Martin
Cook VA cups broken noodles
in unsalted water. Drain and mix
with the following:
'A cup cream of chicken soup
'A cup cream of mushroom soup
'A cup evaporated milk
7-ounces can tuna, drained and
'A cup cut up onion
1 cup sharp Cheddar cheese,
Save about 'A cup to sprinkle on
top. Pour into greased VA -quart
casserole. Top with 'A cup broken
crackers and 'A cup shredded
cheese. Bake at 375-400 degrees
for 30 minutes.
Tasty Beef Casserole: Use
VA cups cut up dried beef or
VA cups cut up corned beef in
place of tuna.
7’m a mother of three and
grandmother of eight, expecting
the ninth one any day. My grand
children really like this casserole.
My hobbies are growingflowers
inside and outside and bird watch
ing. I also enjoy reading and trying
some of the recipes in “Home On
The Range."
V* cup shortening
1 cup sugar
'A cup molasses
1 egg
2 teaspoons baking soda
2 cups flour
'A tcapsoon cloves
'A teaspoon ginger
A teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Cream shortening and sugar.
Add molasses and egg. Mix flour,
baking soda, salt, and spices. Add
to shortening mixture.
Roll dough into walnut size
balls and roll in sugar.
Bake at 37S degrees for 8-10
Cool on cookie sheet slightly
before removing.
These molasses cookies are my
husband Philip’s favorite.
We’ve been married 27 years.
He’s a good friend, a fine dad to
son Jeff and daughter Neilie, and a
wonderful grandpa to Miss Aman
da. Between the animals (10 cats,
dogs, llamas, sheep, and goats)
and the rowboat rides in the pond.
Miss Amanda always goes home
tired. She leaves a sleepy grandpa
We love the paper — classifieds,
cook's section, real estate we
love it all!
Jeannie Donaldson
Port Murray, NJ.
busy tour amongt the cats, dogs, llamas, sheep and goats
that the Donaldsons raise in New Jersey.
Seventeen-month-old Carol Marie Is the daughter of
Albert and Margaret Hess.
6-ounces lime Jell-0
2 cups boiling water
2 cups cottage cheese
1 cup evaporated milk
4 tablespoons chopped green
'A cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chopped onion
Dissolve Jell-O in boiling water.
Set aside to cool In blender or
food processor, put evaporated
milk, cottage cheese, and mayon
naise. Blend until smooth. Add
cooled Jell-0 and blend. Stir
chopped onion and green pepper
into mixture and pour into a mold
or pretty bowl. Refrigerate until
Laura Horning
This salad and dessert is cool
and light, just right for hot weather
Our family lives in Upper Bucks
County, 3 miles from the Delaware
River. We have three children and
2 granddaughters. Our son Benja
min, 6, has cerebral palsy, and is
I enjoy gardening, sewing, and
our family. My husband is director
of transportation at Plumstead
Christian School.
Jeannette Cooper
Upper Black Eddy
1 cup Miracle Whip
1 cup dairy sour cream
1 package Lipton onion soup
Mix altogether. Refrigerate for
three days, stirring once each day.
Then it’s ready to dip chips into.
Tamie Campbell
Lancaatar Farming, Saturday, June 24, 1995-B7
1 cup bread crumbs
1 cup milk
1 egg
1 tablespoon butter
V* cup grated cheese
1 teaspoon salt
6 pieces hot, buttered toast
Soak bread crumbs in hot milk
for IS minutes. Melt butter in the
top of a double boiler and add
cheese. When cheese is melted,
add the soaked bread crumbs and
seasonings. Add the beaten egg
and cook for three minutes. Pour
over hot, buttered toast and serve
at once. Serves 6.
My husband Albert and I have a
dairy farm in southeast New York.
We have a daughter, Carol
Marie, age 17 months.
Margaret Hess
Gardiner, N.Y.
1 cup sugar
1 cup butter
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 eggs
3 cups flour
Lemon oil to taste
Cream together sugar and but
ter. Add flavoring and eggs. Sift
flour and baking powder. Add to
first mixture. ChiU dough. Roll to
'A -inch thickness. Place on
ungreased sheets. Bake at 350
degrees for 10 to IS minutes.
A friend of my aunt visited Den
mark and brought this recipe home
with her. These cookies are very
nice for Christmas cookies when
sprinkled with colored sugars.
Mary M. Davis
1 gallon snow
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 can milk or cream
'/< cup sugar or sweetener
This is a recipe that we can’t
make in Florida. We’re here for
our grandson’s wedding and a vis
it to relatives and friends. / found
this recipe interesting when /
heard it on a Pennsylvania radio
My mom just got snow off the
roof when I was little and mixed it
for us.
Tma retired farmer’s wife of 65
years of age. We recently sold our
farm and most of the machinery. I
had a lot of disabilities hip
replacement, ear surgery but I
love to wrok and give away pies,
cakes, etc.
We have the Lancaster Farm
ing sent here.
Gladys Wright
Glen Rock
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