Category Archives: Food

Making Hot People Cool All Summer Long – One Teen’s Summer Job

Bonkey’s Ice Cream has long been a staple of summer in New Freedom, Pa. Since its opening in 2003, both locals and visitors have flocked to the old movie theater to enjoy delicious homemade ice cream and snowballs with family … Continue reading

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How is avian flu affecting York County businesses?

Some York County businesses have had to make changes because of rising egg prices, a result of the avian flu, but others said they haven’t been affected. Recently, there has been an outbreak of Avian Flu in the United States. The … Continue reading

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The Cilantro Divide

Imagine a world in which a single herb is so hated, the faults of the world are blamed on its existence. In this world, people would form coalitions against the herb itself, denouncing it to be an abomination to society. … Continue reading

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Seven fun things to do and see in Washington, D.C.

  This summer was my first trip to Washington D.C. for the United States Junior National AAU basketball championships. The tournament was held at the Washington D.C Convention Center. There were more than 200 teams playing on 30 courts. Basketball … Continue reading

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The Daughter’s Cafe

The Daughter’s Cafe is the new coffee place on Main Street in Spring Grove at High Pointe Commons. I am so excited to finally be able to get coffee in Spring Grove somewhere other than at a gas station or … Continue reading

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York Fair Food

This year marked the third annual trip to the York Fair in which food was the main focus. Christopher, my brother and I go to the fair simply to see the animals, art, and eat interesting food, mainly consisting of … Continue reading

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A pleasant surprise

If you see this store front and the perfectly crafted delicacies inside, how can you keep your hand off the door and your mouth from watering? Today, during my college visit to DC, I came across Sprinkles Cupcakes, which had … Continue reading

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Who Needs a Thunder Buddy, When You Can Have Thunder Cake?

Outside, thick clouds are crawling across the sky, covering the sun’s light with impenetrable darkness. A flash of light streaks through the clouds and is quickly followed by a loud boom. A typical summer thunderstorm. You don’t even have to … Continue reading

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Dough-Nut Pass Up a Hot Light

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts have been being sold since July 13, 1937, when Vernon Rudolph bought a secret doughnut recipe from a New Orleans French chef. Krispy Kremes started being sold in grocery stores, but when customers began to ask if … Continue reading

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Weekend Baker: Chocolate Strawberry Cream Cake

On Saturday it was my mom’s birthday, so of course a birthday cake was in order. Although, a quick box cake doesn’t cut it with my mom who has a multitude of stomach allergies limiting her to sugar free, dairy … Continue reading

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