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Plan A Special New Year’s Eve At Home Featured Recipes Alternate Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Heidi Miller, also rep resenting Dauphin County, enjoys promoting dairy products and making new friends. She shares three of her favorite cheese ball recipes that she recommends using for your New Year’s Celebration. “They not only look good but taste good too,” she said. HOLIDAY CHEESE BALL 16-ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 1 tablespoon each pimento, green pepper, chopped onion 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon lemon juice Crushed pecans Mix cheese and cream cheese together. Add pimento, green pepper, onion, Worcestershire sauce, and lemon juice. Mix well. Form into ball. Chill. Roll in chopped pecans before serving. 8-ounces cream cheese, softened 8-ounces blue cheese, crumbled 'A cup soft butter 2 A cups chopped black olives 1 tablespoon minced chives or parsley 'A cup chopped English walnuts Blend cream cheese, blue cheese, and butter. Add black olives and minced chives or parsley. Form into ball. Roll in nuts be fore serving. 8-ounces soft cream cheese 'A cup parmesan cheese, grated 1 tablespoon horseradish ■ 'A cup chopped green olives 1 cup dried beef, finely cut Blend together cream cheese, parmesan cheese, and horse radish. Stir in olives. Form into ball. Chill several hours. Roll in dried beef. Dependable service in demanding conditions. Rear Blades •17 models in 6 senes - from 48” to 120" widths •20 HP to 180 HP • Heavy-duty A-frames • Heavy-duty rolled moldboard • All models feature adjustable angle, some have tilt and offset capabilities Deerfield Ag & Turf Center, Inc. RR 2 Box 212 Watsontown, PA 17777 570-538-3557 Detlan Equipment, Inc 141 East Mam St. Silverdale, PA 18962 215-257-5177 Thomas L. Dt rlap Rt 220, Mam St Exit Jersey Shore, PA 17740 570-398-1391 Eckroth Bros Farm Equip. Rd 2, Box 24A New Rmgold, PA 17960 570-943-2131 Eckroth Equipment Co 4910 Kernsville Rd Orefield, PA 18069 610-366-2095 Hines Equipment RT 220, Belwood, PA 814-742-8171 OLIVE CHEESE BALL DRIED BEEF LOG Hooter, Inc. Mam Street Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8231 Hooter, Inc. East Mam Street McAhsterville, PA 17049 717-463-2191 Keller Brothers R 7 Box 405 Lebanon, PA 17042 717-949-6501 1950 Fruitville Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717-569-2500 Rodio Tractor Sates North White Horse Pike . . Hammonton, N J 08037 Lehigh Ag Equipment, Inc. 609-561-0141 6670 Ruppsville Rd, _ . _ Allentown, pa 18106 Warren County Service 610-398-2553 Center 800-7779-3616 M.S.Yearsley & Sons West Chester, PA 610-696-2990 On no other night of the year is there so much pressure to “have fun” as New Year’s Eve. This attitude is what en courages so many people to drink to excess, make their way through large crowds of strang ers at expensive gatherings, or in some way show others that, yes, they are indeed having the expected fun on New Year’s Eve. The reality is that most people spend quiet evenings at home with family and friends and don’t even see the clock strike midnight since it is past normal bedtime. Here are some suggestions to help you enjoy a special New Year’s Eve at home. • Set the clocks ahead if midnight seems to take forever to arrive and kids are tired. Set your clocks ahead one, two or even three hours so everyone can enjoy, celebrate, blow horns, bang pots and pans, and then get to bed at a reasonable hour so the next day is also enjoyable. • Make a special non-alco holic punch for everyone includ ing the children to enjoy, use special glasses to add to the at mosphere. Orange Smoothie This non-alcoholic drink pro vides nutrients from milk as well as all the nutrients in a serving of orange juice. 6-ounce can frozen orange juice concentrate 1 cup milk, two percent fat 1 cup water landpnde com Pikeviile Equipment Inc RD 2, Oysterdale Road Oley, PA 19547 610-927-6277 Stoltzfus Farm Service Cochranville, PA 610-593-2407 Stoufter Bros Inc. 1066 Lincoln Way West Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-263-8424 228 Route 94, Blairtown, N J 908-362-6916 Recipe Topics If you have recipes for topics listed below, please share them with us. We welcome your recipes, but ask that you include ac curate measurements, a complete list of ingredients, and clear instructions with each recipe you submit. Be sure to include your name and address. Recipes should reach our office one week before the publishing date listed below. Send your recipes to Lou Ann Good, Lancaster Farming, P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522. January 6 - Cooking With Oats 13 - Soups And Stews 20 - Using Yogurt 27 - Superbowl Ideas 2 tablespoons sugar 'A teaspoon vanilla 8 ice cubes Place all ingredients in a blender. Cover and blend until smooth. Serve immediately. Peachy Punch Peaches add flavor and texture to this punch, a tasty treat with out any alcohol. 16-ounce can sliced peaches, in light syrup 1 cup apple juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice 12-ounce bottle ginger ale Chill ingredients thoroughly. Blend peaches and syrup until smooth. Add apple and lemon juices, blend; and remove blender jar from power unit. Add ginger ale; mix well. Serve immediately. Make your own seltzer bever ages. They have more nutrition than a flavored seltzer water when made with fruit juice and no added sugar. For example, try 2 tablespoons of frozen orange juice concentrate mixed with 1 cup of seltzer. Play the games you or your LIBERTY FIRE COMPANY New Holland FARM TOY & TRUCK SHOW SAT., JANUARY 6,2001 Toy Show Opens 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Admission $3.00 Senior Citizens $.200 Children 12 and Under Free Floor Rights - $lO.OO For information and table rentals contact Irvin Martin, Show Manager 1035 W Mam St, New Holland, PA 17557 Phone; (717) 656-6621 12 mdes east of Lancaster, PA on Rt. 23 12 miles from the turnpike - exits 22 or 23. Food served by the Ladies Auxiliary $l.OO OFF ADMISSION WITH THIS AD Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 30, 2000-113 children received for Christmas, or go back to old standards such as Charades. On individual slips of paper, write such things as: the funniest thing that happened to me this year; the most embarrassing; the weirdest; the scariest, and so forth. Have each person pick a slip of paper, take a few minutes to think about it, and then everyone shares his or her experience. Take out the pictures you took over the past year and organize! Talk about them with family and friends while dating, labeling and organizing. Send any duplicates to family members out of town, or make individual scrapbooks for each person. The purpose is to enjoy the photos, remember why you took them, and share the memories with others. Take the time to reflect on the past year, what you are thankful for and how you have grown as an individual. With family and friends, set some goals for next year make a point to include “hav ing more fun” to your list and come up with places to see, people you want to visit, and things you want to do. Write down your goals and keep them where they can be seen. Remember to set priori ties, be thankful for what you have, and an- ticipate the new year as another grand adven ture in life.