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Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Nichole Meabon selects the
winning entries In Lancaster Farming’s Dairy Recipe
Pennsylvania Dairy Princess
Nichole Meabon Selects
Winning Dairy Recipe Entries
EPHRATA (Lancaster Co.)
This is the announcement for
which many of you have been
waiting impatiently. The winners
of Lancaster Farming’s annual
Dairy Recipe Drawing have finally
Pennsylvania Dairy Princess
Nichole Meabon selected these
winners through a random draw
ing. Thanks to the hundreds who
had sent in wonderful recipes,
photos, and wrote a little bit about
yourself and your families.
We regret that not everyone can
receive a prize, but your recipe is
sure to be valued by many readers.
I, personally, have tried several,
and found them wonderful.
If you have recipes for the topics listed below, please share
them with us. We welcome your recipes, but ask that you
include accurate measurements, a complete list of ingredients
and clear instructions with each recipe you submit. Send your
recipes to Lou Ann Good, Lancaster Farming, RO. Box 609,
Ephrata, PA 17522. Recipes should reach our office one week
before publishing date listed below.
Where's your mustache? "
Out of hundreds of entries, here
are the winners: Judy Kneebone,
Bangor, Sue Hartraft, Myerstown;
Erin Williams, Lebanon; Pam
Funk, Lancaster, Anna Mae Con
ley, Mount Joy; Carolyn Sauder,
Loysville; Pearl Hoover, Man
heim; Jane Ferguson, Kirkwood;
Esther Martin, Shelby, Ohio;
Debbie Button, Jarrettsville, Md.;
Shirley Dreibellis, Hamburg: Ruth
Sholl, Mount Aetna; Dorothy Hall
Huntingdon; Linda Zimmerman,
Lititz; Mrs. David Stoltzfoos,
Quarryville; Eva Oberholtzer,
Leola; Ruth Ann Bender,
Cochranville; Brenda Zellers,
Weatherly: and Karen Kunniane,
11 - Summer Salads
18 - Blueberries
25 - Peachy Recipes
1 - Garden Vegetables
mO SUM SVMM&e*
quick tasty snacks
A BIG HIT FOR THE HOME TEAM!
Who said summertime is more
Just keeping the weeds pulled is
a full-time job.
With cows to milk, fieldwork to
do, and ball games to play, you
probably need some ideas for
quick, tasty snacks.
These extraordinary summer
snack ideas will score a sure hit
with you and the home team this
summer. Forget a hot kitchen or
fiery grill—base your snacks on
treats from the fridge or pantry.
Catch the big league games on the
tube by topping crackers with
cheese slices, peppcroni slices, and
For an even cooler treat, top a
bar of cream cheese with prepared
salsa and your favorite Mexican
toppings—and serve as a dip with
snack crackers. Best of all—these
delicious recipes can be whipped
up in a flash—or made the night
before to take to the game.
Welcome home your team with
some great snacks that will make
life easy for you and that’ll score a
These delicious recipes can be whipped up In a flash—or made the night before to
serve to family and guests.
PIMIENTO CHEESE SPREAD
2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
4-ounces diced or sliced pimien
'/> cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon liquid hot pepper
Mix cheese, pimientos, mayon
naise. and pepper seasoning.
Refrigerate until serving time.
Serve as a spread on crackers.
10-ounce package frozen
chopped spinach, thawed and well
l'/a cups sour cream
1 cup turkey pepperoni, sliced
'A cup minced onion
/* cup diced carrot
1 dove garlic, minced
'/• teaspoon seasoned salt
Fresh cut-up vegetables or
Blend spinach, sour cream, pep
peroni, onion, carrot, garlic, and
seasoned salt. Refrigerate until
serving lime. Serve as a dip with
vegetables or crackers.
1 cup chopped tomatoes
2 tablespoons chopped fresh
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tablespoon olive oil
16 Triscuit wafers
Grated parmesan cheese
Mix tomatoes, basil, garlic, and
olive oil; refrigerate until serving
time. Serve as a topping on crack
ers; sprinkle with cheese.
FAST PITCH TACO DIP
16-ounce can refried beans
1 cup prepared guacamole
1 cup sour cream
1 cup turkey pepperoni
4-ounce jar diced or sliced
V* cup sliced ripe olives
Layer refried beans, guacamole
and sour cream on serving dish.
Arrange pepperoni pieces around
edge of mixture. Top with pimien
tos and olives. Serve as a dip with
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