De Ern Karrich was a tradition that focused on helping the needy in the community while giving thanks for the bounty of the fall harvest. But turkey was not on the menu!
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It's been an exalted ingredient of Iranian cuisine since ancient times. It lends its distinctive hue and pungent flavor to Spanish paella, Afghani pulao, and the fragrant couscouses of Morocco. ...
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Tractors rule at Old Time Plowboys show in Kutztown - Morning Call The Plowboys Summer Show will be held at The Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University. And don't forget ...
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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 ...
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In 1683, William Penn reported to friends in England, “Here is plenty of cow cattle.” Cattle, together with all other farm livestock, were brought to the Delaware Valley from Europe ...
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When the Second Continental Congress met in York in 1777, they helped to define an American tradition. Source: York, Pennsylvania: home of the first official Thanksgiving of the United States | ...
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
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