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Old 09-09-2016, 06:39 PM   #51
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I have asked around and I can find no dairy here that sells raw milk. If you know a dairy that does then let me know, I would like two gallons. I think Pennsylvania prohibits the selling of raw milk. I know North Carolina does, if you own a cow you can not even give the milk away. I like raw milk to drink and make butter from


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Old 09-09-2016, 07:19 PM   #52
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Rockford roo, I saw scrapple in the case but didn't feel adventurous enough to try. We are at Hershey World today and I am throwing caution to the wind and trying many different combinations of chocolate!
Well if you are going to try scrapple. Try Delaware scrapple, huge difference! After all we celebrate scrapple with a festival. Even the t.v. show "Dirty Jobs" with Mike Rowe did an episode at one facility. Sorry if I'm stepping on any PA toes, but I have not found a good PA scrapple. My father lived in the area for years, searching for good scrapple with no success!
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Old 09-09-2016, 07:41 PM   #53
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Well if you are going to try scrapple. Try Delaware scrapple, huge difference! After all we celebrate scrapple with a festival. Even the t.v. show "Dirty Jobs" with Mike Rowe did an episode at one facility. Sorry if I'm stepping on any PA toes, but I have not found a good PA scrapple. My father lived in the area for years, searching for good scrapple with no success!
I always thought "Good Scrapple" was an oxymoron!
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Scrapple?? My grandmother made the best scrapple in the world from left-over ingredients that she would freeze, then mix together when thawed just in time for the beginning of football season. She must have figured that I needed to put on some weight before going out to play!! Her family used to own Medford Meats based in New Jersey, and I can remember seeing dozens of Medford products in our freezer locker back in the days before most families had their own freezers - uh - more than 70 years ago!!
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Old 09-09-2016, 08:39 PM   #55
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Shady Maple truly was a great last night in Pa for us

Spock and shooter were right. This place is something else. Really enjoyed the quality and variety. Too often, when you have this much food, it lacks quality. Shady Maple has it figured out though. I really enjoyed the sausage and kielbasa, which is "all you can eat", so I did..... and am regretting it now. I only had two deserts though..... Looking for the plop, plop, fizz fizz to kick in... .

Thanks to all who told us where to go and what to see. You really made this memorable for us. Yes, we will be coming back.

See ya on the road!

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Shady Maple is one of those places where one has to fast for at least three days before going there!! So glad you enjoyed it. My younger brother lives nearby, and we both agree that Brunch is the best bet, so that we can eat our fill, then relax in front of the TV for NFL Game Watching!!
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Dblr, we have to leave Saturday, headed back South, maybe stop in or near Myrtle Beach somewhere on the coast before heading back to Georgia.
Ok, I don't hit that area until Monday, have a safe trip home and come back soon. Plenty of new places to see next time, oh and a hint for Shady Maple next time wear pants with elastic waistband makes the trip back to the rv a little easier
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Spock and shooter were right. This place is something else. Really enjoyed the quality and variety. Too often, when you have this much food, it lacks quality. Shady Maple has it figured out though. I really enjoyed the sausage and kielbasa, which is "all you can eat", so I did..... and am regretting it now. I only had two deserts though..... Looking for the plop, plop, fizz fizz to kick in... .

Thanks to all who told us where to go and what to see. You really made this memorable for us. Yes, we will be coming back.

See ya on the road!

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I hope you ventured downstairs to the gift shop! That's where we always go to walk off our gluttony
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I have asked around and I can find no dairy here that sells raw milk. If you know a dairy that does then let me know, I would like two gallons. I think Pennsylvania prohibits the selling of raw milk. I know North Carolina does, if you own a cow you can not even give the milk away. I like raw milk to drink and make butter from
Spock, it is legal to sell raw milk in PA. Are you still at Flory's? If so, you're not too far from where I get mine. It's not a dairy, rather, a small "Amish" store on a farm. They have a few grass-fed Jersey cows and milk them twice a day. Since the milk from their cows is sold on their property, they are allowed to sell it raw. From where you are, it would take about ten minutes to get there, depending how slowly people are driving on Route 340 between Bird-In-Hand and Intercourse. If you are interested in knowing where this store is, let me know and I will send you a PM with their information and directions.

Actually, Gidyupgo stumbled upon this store while on his way to the hardware store I told him about.

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We ate way too much. I went to Shady Maple one year on my birthday and I got a free meal, that was hard to believe. It's a little high but you don't pay for your drink and no tipping. Did I say we ate to much


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