Bread, the staff of life in provincial times, was more than a dietary staple and in many 18th century households of this bygone era, it was the main course, together with a potluck choice of stew invented by a talented Pennsylvania Dutch cook. Needless to state, bread baking was a serious craft together with churning butter, for both commodities were sent to market weekly to increase the family wealth besides feeding the immediate household.
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About 70 people gathered Sunday at the Lower Macungie Community Center and Schantz Barn for the Lower Macungie Barn Expo hosted by the township Histo Source: Barn event in Lower Macungie ...
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Pennsylvania Folkways: The Dutch country scarecrow
A Look Back in History: Colonial Trade with the Port of Philadelphia
The Historian: The Real Story of Mountain Mary
Barn Expo event in Lower Macungie sows knowledge
Preserving Pennsylvania: A series about the state’s 25-year history of saving local farms
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Is homegrown hemp on the horizon for Pennsylvania Dutch Country?
Georgian Keystones not just for mansions
Tractors rule at Old Time Plowboys show in Kutztown
Dutch Meadows Organic Dairy in Paradise PA is a breed apart
Saveur magazine highlights Lancaster County saffron
The Historian: Clover, Part I & II
A Look Back in History: ‘The Granary of the American Revolution’ in the East Penn
VIDEO | The fight to legalize industrial hemp in Pennsylvania
The Historian: Fences and the Antes Garden
Early Cattle and ‘Watered Meadows’ of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country
EVENT | Taste The Harvest at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center
Early Pennsylvania Dutch Indian weathervane was one of a kind
Before Thanksgiving there was Harvest Home