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Happy Holidays – A Recipe for your Family Feast

The holidays are a time for gathering; friends, family and good food are what come to mind for us. From Thanksgiving through New Years, people gather to celebrate the holidays, relying on yearly traditions and time tested recipes to make … Continue reading

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The Icing on the … Raisin Bread!

November is National Raisin Bread month. If you search hard enough, you can find a food that is “celebrated” each and every month of the year. Since raisin bread is something we bake on premise in our Miller’s bakery, it … Continue reading

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Shoofly Pie ~ A PA Dutch Original

Ahhhh, shoofly pie. A true PA Dutch original dessert. If you come to Lancaster County, you must try shoofly pie. It’s not hard to find, as most restaurants and bakeries make and serve it year round. Some prefer it warm, … Continue reading

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PA Dutch Chicken Pot Pie

Having not grown up in PA, my idea of chicken pot pie has always been those little “pies” filled with chicken, veggies and gravy. You can get them frozen in a box or homemade from some restaurants.¬†When I moved to … Continue reading

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Have you been Ferhoodled?

“Kissin’ wears out, Cookin’ don’t” “Eat yourself full” “Throw the cow over the fence some hay” Here in Lancaster County, many people still speak what is commonly referred to as Pennsylvania Dutch or Pennsylvania German. Out of necessity the Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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“As American As Apple Pie”

It wasn’t until the 18th and 19th centuries that Apple Pie became a symbol of American prosperity and national pride. Long before that, dating back to 1381, the English were making their version of what we now call Apple Pie. … Continue reading

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National Culinary Arts Month – Contest Time!

We’re having a contest! (sung to the tune of that old Sam Cooke song “Having a Party”…) In honor of July being National Culinary Arts Month, we’ve decided to have a contest! We figured that anyone reading this blog must … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato Pie – Miller’s Bakery Recipe

Sweet potato pie recipes can be traced all the way back to the Renaissance Era, but has especially deep roots in the Southern United States. Family recipes passed down from generation to generation, differing slightly as the years pass. Interestingly … Continue reading

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