You can’t come to God’s Country and turn your nose up at Cow Flowers!
I personally love the smell of fresh manure as long as it is one part of an overall scent profile. In other words: All things in moderation.
Musician Steve Brosky's ode to Allentaun and Penn Dutch culture.
He makes a great point about the modern state of Germany not existing when the immigrants who were to become the founders of the Pennsylvania Dutch Culture came to this ...
→ Names of America: Who Calls a Town 'Intercourse?' There is a plethora of tongue in cheek merchandise available for those who find the idea of a town named Intercourse humorous. ...
"I'd like to accept this Chonny™ for Best Laid Pipe on behalf of plumbers everywhere, without whom the Brad Pitts and Gwyneth Paltrows of the world would be left wallow in ...
The notion that Pennsylvania Dutch could go fallow is absurd to the Amish, who have been doubling their population every few decades. “It’s actually considered the fastest-growing small-minority language in the ...
Bring back coffee flavored coffee! You can find more Ask A PA Dutchman episodes and Pennsylfaanisch Deitsch language videos on Douglas Madenford's YouTube channel.
Yes! Kick Santa to the curb and turn Belsknickel loose upon the land. For more 'Ask A PA Dutchman' episodes and Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch language videos check out Doulgas Madenford's YouTube channel.
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: Vegans
AUDIO | Hey Now (Do the Dutch)
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: PA Dutch and Germany
AUDIO| “As I was saying…” Pennsylvania Dutch Humor by Professor Schnitzel
VIDEO | “Weird” Al Yankovic – Amish Paradise
Names of America: Who Calls a Town ‘Intercourse?’
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman – Fall Holidays
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: Mani Cams
Keeping the Pennsylvania Dutch language alive – and thriving
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: Fancy Coffee
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: The Belsnickel