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email@example.comBy the time you read this, wheat harvest in the Cumberland Valley will be nearly finished. Washington County, for its efforts, will harvest about 350,000 bushels, ranking it 12th in the state. If you have ever doubted the significance of wheat and...
The Rural Heritage Museum invites the community to participate in a garden activity with the Master Gardeners on Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center on Sharpsburg Pike. The event will include information on...
Grains provide many nutrients vital for health and it is recommended that at least half of all the grains you eat be whole- grains. People who eat whole grains as part of their healthful diet have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases, such as heart...
This triple-layer chocolate chip bread is a wonderful breakfast bread similar to old-fashioned swirl bread that you used to get right from your baker. This bread is easy to make and is even better the next day after sitting in the fridge. It's moist...
Tags: Peanut Butter, Marketing, Peanuts, Butter
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor generations, the large brick-and-wood building in Hagerstown’s West End was known for the wonderful smells it produced, maybe even more than the hundreds of jobs it provided. “Oh, my gosh, what a fragrance!” recalled Linda Irvin-...
The Washington County Rural Heritage Museum hosted a tour and luncheon for diplomatic representatives from 10 countries — Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Egypt, Japan, Germany, Honduras, India, Iran and Spain. The tour, which took place on Thursday,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Germany, Museums
“When everybody talks about all the jobs going overseas, did anyone ever think about Clinton and the free trade agreement? By the way, the best place for the senior citizens (center) would be where they want to put the stadium.” —...
Tags: Elections, Family, Nursing, Trade Dispute, Scott Walker
Thanks for the memories, Manbeck Bread Co. To the editor: I sure was sorry to see them tearing down the old Manbeck building. I have the most happy memories of the bakery. I used to live on Mechanic Street when I was a kid. And the smell was out of...
I will make this intro short and sweet: For all my family, friends and fellow cooks, chefs, grillers, smokers and such, I give you my friendship and my bread. Enjoy! — Scott C. Anderson is associate food service director and chef with...
Tags: Marketing, Human Interest
Anything banana is considered my favorite food. I love banana cake, cupcakes, cookies, pies, custards and yes, banana bread. I used to ask my mother for a banana cake for my birthday, much to the chagrin of my sisters, Katie and Katrina. So in keeping...
Tags: Bananas, Marketing, Banana Bread, Butter
email@example.comI've often thought modern humans would be wise to look to earlier generations for guidelines on how to live well individually and in groups. So I was intrigued in late 2011 when my wife said she was going to follow the so-called "Paleolithic diet" for...
Hagerstown resident Donna Wagner said she doesn't cook much now, but she used to cook all the time. Nothing fancy, she added. "Plain American food — meat and potatoes, two vegetables," she said. Wagner said she is a self-taught cook, and...
Tags: Salt, Mayonnaise, Recipes, Butter
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