Brats and dip: an unbeatable team
Even though my dad was a big football player in the early 50s, I don’t get the game. All they do is fall down. They can’t run or something — it’s frustrating to watch — they run a few...
- Posted January 21, 2015
Chai enhances butternut squash soup
I have not run one stride since the “I Can Run” for Hemophilia race on Nov. 15. Not one plank, nothing. I’m feeling badly, soft. I’ve eaten, I’ve cheered, and now it’s time to reign it in....
- Posted January 7, 2015
Pork and sauerkraut
One thing I’ve learned since living in “Linkister” is you don’t fool around with tried and true recipes. In this recipe, to satisfy the natives, just use the first two ingredients and follow the directions as usual....
- Posted December 23, 2014
In character at the Chocolate Walk
Hello, you can sit here if ya want. You wan’ a chocolate? At the 13th Annual Lititz Chocolate Walk last Saturday, life was like a walk of chocolates, you never knew what you were gonna get. The...
- Posted October 15, 2014
Hail to the chef
Former White House Chef John Moeller was mingling at the Lititz Farmers Market last Saturday, and giving a cooking demo of a popular dish he served for three of our past presidents. Since I’m about healthy eating,...
- Posted July 1, 2014
Farmers Market is in season
I liked going to our West Shore Farmers Market near Camp Hill (go CV!) when I was a kid. Of course, at that time penny candy was the big draw and I didn’t think about vegetables. Even...
- Posted May 28, 2014
Lititz Farmers Market takes the guesswork out of local
Rhubarb, I’ve missed you. Buying locally has finally become en vogue. People realize they can think outside the box, literally, and buy outside the big box store when it comes to groceries. Seasonal availability of local food...
- Posted May 14, 2014
Building community through poetry
Spoken Word Fest at Linden Hall Maybe literary art is not the first thing that pops into your head during quiet reveries about our dear county. But from the people at The Theater of the Seventh Sister...
- Posted April 30, 2014
Teen suicide: Aevidum gaining momentum
Students from six area high school students, including Warwick, have gone national with a breakthrough club dedicated to the prevention of teen suicide. They met April 5 at Cocalico High School for a five-hour rally....
- Posted April 16, 2014
Fishing derby fills Riparian Park
Lots of kids came out Saturday for the annual worm sacrifice, a cherished spring tradition at Riparian Park thanks to the Lititz Sportsman’s Association. These volunteers “secretly” fill the stream with 1,000 trout. It’s designed to make...
- Posted April 2, 2014
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