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814-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, June 24, 1995
Cream Of The Crop
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V* cup chopped nuts
'/) cup honey
'/i cup butter, melted
2 tablespoons brown sugar
V* teaspoon cinnamon
10-ounces refrigerated big
2 tablespoons butter, melted
Combine nuts, honey, and
'A cup melted butter. Pour into
ungreased Bx4-inch or 9x5-inch
loaf pan. Separate the biscuits.
Combine brown sugar and cin
namon. Pat ohe teaspoonful of the
sugar mixture on one side of each
Stand biscuits on edge, slightly
overlapping in two rows of 5 bis
cuits each in prepared pan.
Drizzle with 2 tablespoons
melted butter. Bake at 350 degrees
for 30 minutes. Cool 3 minutes.
Turn out of pan on flat dish.
BAKED FRENCH TOAST
VA cups skim milk
4 large eggs
'A teaspoon cinnamon
4 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons butter, melted
Dip bread into egg and milk
mixture. Arrange in shallow bak
ing dish. Drizzle honey and butter
over top. Sprinkle with brown
sugar and cinnamon. Bake at 350
degrees for 30 minutes.
HEALTHY KIND OF POTA
4-5 cups red potatoes, cubed and
1 cup diced celery
'/> cup diced red onion
'/> cup no-fat sour cream
2-ounces no-fat cream cheese
'A cup reduced fat mayonnaise
2 tablespoons vinegar
'A teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon fresh parsley
Salt and white (sepper to taste
Combine veggies in a large
bowl. Prepare dressing and blend
with veggies. Garnish with green
pepper sliced with a cherry tomato
in center. Cover and refrigerate
one hour or overnight Makes 10
'A -cup servings.
We both like to cook and spend
sparetime in the kitchen. Norman
is perfecting his bread recipes
these days while Margaret is re
educating her cooking techniques
to low-fat. This is an attempt to
tone-down those apple chdtks!
Margaret and Norman
1 pint vanilla ice cream
1 cup milk
1 package instant vanilla pud
1 pint strawberries
Combine ice cream and milk.
Blend. Add vanilla pudding mix.
Beat for one minute or until mixed.
Fold in strawberries, which
have been stemmed, washed, and
Let stand in refrigerator until
thickened. Serve over slices of
angel food cake.
May be easily doubled to serve
May also be served over a
9x13-inch cake pan. Cut into
squares. Split the squares.
We were dairy farmers for more
than 25 years, until ill-health
forced us to sell out.
However we are still on the
farm. We now sell the hay and
straw to the public and also sell
produce in front of the farm. This
upcoming season will be our SQth
year of selling it.
We have five grown children
and 9 grandchildren, but ordy one
son lives nearby. Two daughters
live in Jersey with their husbands
and children. One unmarried son
lives in California, and our
youngest daughter lives in Dallas,
/ always enjoy B section in Lan
caster Farming and share it with
our son who is a general contrac
tor and lives nearby.
Mrs. George E. Griscom
2 packages crescent rolls
2 8-ounces cream cheese
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg, separated
'A cup sugar, optional
'A cup chopped nuts
Spread one package rolls on bot
tom of 9x13-inch pan. Mix cream
cheese, sugar, vanilla, egg yolk,
and spread on crescent layer.
Lay second package of rolls on
top of cheese mix. Beat egg white
and spread on top. Sprinkle with
nuts and A cup sugar. Bake at 350
degrees for 30 minutes.
1 am 13 years old and live on a
dairy farm in Bel Air. We milk
about 130 cows.
I am in 4-H and cany foods,
crafts, sewing, and dairy projects.
I enjoy showing my cows at
many fairs and shows. I also play
soccer, basketball, and lacrosse.
Bel Air, Md.
1 large can pineapple
2 oranges or apples
1 cup nuts
1 cup whipped cream
2 tablespoons flour
'/i cup sugar
Drain juice from pineapple and
heat When hot, add sugar, flour,
and beaten eggs to juice and cook
until thickened. Let cool. Whip the
cream and add to mixture. Pour
We live on a farm. My father's
name is Lloyd and'my mother's is
Elizabeth. I have two brothers and
We have 48 cows, 6 horses, 2
dogs, and lots of cats. My best hob
bies are baking and crocheting.
Living on a farm is fun.
LEMON ANGEL FOOD
1 angel food cake, cut into bite
sized pieces and put into a
9x13-inch cake pan
2 small boxes instant lemon
s'/j cups milk
Mix together, and add:
8-ounces whipped cream
Combine pudding, milk, and
whipped cream topping. Spread on
top of cake pieces. Put in refrigera
tor until pudding is set Spread
lemon pie filling over the top.
This dessert is very refreshing
and one of our family's favorites.
3 packages plain gelatin
2 cups scalded milk
3 cups cream or evaporated milk
V* cup candy tea berries
Soak gelatin in a little of the
cream; stir. Let set S minutes until
it starts to thicken. Add gelatin
mixture to the 2 cups milk, which
has been scalded. Stir in the
remaining ingredients except teab
erries. Put teaberries and V* cup
milk in saucepan. Heat on low
until melted. Mix into milk mix
ture. Freeze in 4-quart freezer.
This is a special recipe of my
mom’s that brings back a lot of
fond memories of our dairy farm in
Sugar Valley. We had plenty of
milk so we made ice cream often.
Tea berry was one of my favorites
and we can’t get it here Southeast
Colorado where I’ve made my
home for nearly 14 years.
I have two daughters, Justine, 9,
and Mikaela Jo, 1, who are both
little balls of fire who love animals
and living in the country. Justine
has rodeoed since she was 6 and
has won numerous trophies and
We will all have a big change as
we’re moving back to the family
farm next month so I can help my
parents with the farm work and
they can help me with the girls.
We’ll be moving our two quarter
horses, 2 dogs, and a cat as well.
My parents, Joe and Doris Heg
gcnstaller, have gotten Lancaster
Farming since I was a Utile girl on
the farm. My mom told me of the
recipe contest and sent a stamped
addressed envelope so I’d enter!
Rocky Ford, CO. 81067
Justine and Mlkaela Jo
live in Colorado with their
mom, Laurie Heggenstaller,
but plan to move soon to
their grandparents’ farm In
Teresa, Marty, Allshia, and Joshua Bjorson of Damascus,
2 3-ounce packages apricot
Vi cup sugar
% cup water
2 4’/« -ounce jars apricot baby
20-ounce can undrained crushed
14-ounce can evaporated milk
8-ounce package cream cheese,
V 1 cup chopped nuts
8-ounce package cream cheese,
1 cup sour cream
'A cup sugar
'/> teaspoon vanilla
Va cup chopped nuts
Combine gelatin, sugar, and
water. Bring to a boil, add softened
cream cheese to mixture, blending
well. Add strained baby food and
pineapple. Set aside to cool. Beat
the chilled evaporated milk and
fold into chilled gelatin mixture.
Add nuts and chill until set.
Blend topping ingredients
except nuts over chilled gelatin
mixture and sprinkle with nuts.
My husband Marty is trying fus
hand at his first garden this year.
I’m sure it will be a lot of trial and
error. He grew up in the city so this
is all new for him. We have two
children and another due July 5.
2 16-ounce containers sour
1 package taco seasoning mix
8-ounce jar salsa, medium or hot
8-ounce package shredded
Mix together sour cream and
taco seasoning. Put in serving
bowl. Layer salsa on top of sour
cream mixture. Layer shredded
cheese on top. Serve with tortilla
My husband Jerry ran a fresh
produce stand for several years
here in Damascus. Unfortunately,
he passed away last December. He
will be missed because everyone
always said that he had the best
Claire C. Johnson
1 pound bulk sausage
4 cups sliced zucchini
'A cup chopped onion
1 pound cottage cheese
'/« cup grated parmesan cheese
'A teaspoon garlic powder
1 cup grated chcddar cheese
2 tablespoons butter
Brown sausage, drain on paper
towel. Melt butter and saute zuc
chini and onion. In a medium
bowl, mix together all ingredients
except Cheddar cheese. In a
9x13-inch pan or a 2-quart casser
ole, place the drained sausage. Add
half of zucchini-onion mixture.
Top with remaining zucchini.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40
minutes. Remove from oven,
sprinkle on Cheddar cheese. Return
to oven long enough to melt
Our family operates a dairy
farm in Eastern New York. We milk
primarily Holsteins with Jerseys,
Ayrshires, and Brown Swiss mixed
in. We are active in church, 4-H,
school, and Farm Bureau
BANANA SPLIT DESSERT
2 cups graham cracker crumbs
A cup butter, melted
8 ounces cream cheese
2 cups confectioners’ sugar
5 to 6 ripe bananas, sliced
20-ounces crushed pineapple,
1 cup heavy cream, whipped
'A cup pecans or walnuts,
Mix crumbs and butler. Press
into a 9x13-inch pan. Beat together
cream cheese and sugar. Pat into
crumb crust Place sliced bananas
over cream cheese layer. Spread
with drained pineapple. Top with
whipped cream and nuts.
My husband John and I have
four children. Our two daughters,
Lisa and Laureen, are married. We
have two sons. John 111 and Randy.
We own and operate a dairy farm
with registered Holsteins in the
town of Griswold.
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