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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/22 17:02:42 (permalink)
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The more I think about those chicken and waffles.......
The more I think it is on my dinner menu for the evening. 
I think I have some smoked chicken or turkey in the freezer and bisquick in the cupboard
 
YUP CHICKEN & WAFFLES (Amish Style) for dinner tonight
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/22 20:31:25 (permalink)
 
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Although an Italian Hero Roll may be heresy to Italian Dog purists- that's how I was introduced to it- I can assure you the roll (or whatever it's called) at Jimmy Buff's was fresh- however between the potatoes and the bread- I thought it masked the flavor of everything else- and I even ordered a double dog 
 
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I deliberately hit those two places ( plus Rissers) because they offered those unique specialties which seem so hard to find- although the Oregon Dairy Restaurant does have chicken and waffles on their daily menu. Another place I would have loved to hav checked out was the Family Cupboard, also in Lititz- Stuffed Pigs Stomach on Thursdays!- unfortunately the timing just didn't work 
 
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Everyone else- thanks for your comments- 
 
Now I'm waiting for Buffetbuster and his Mississippi addendum from this weekend.
 
 
BTW- my last big trip of the year is 10 days away- another week of roadfood and yes, this will be a baseball trip -
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/22 20:40:19 (permalink)
WJ, I now order a single Italian Dog, which is placed on a 1/4 pizza bread.  I think the 1/4 bread, which hold less potato, lets the dog shine through.
 
Thanks for the great trip report.  Where you heading next?
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/22 20:51:28 (permalink)
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WJ, I now order a single Italian Dog, which is placed on a 1/4 pizza bread.  I think the 1/4 bread, which hold less potato, lets the dog shine through.

Thanks for the great trip report.  Where you heading next?

 
joerogo
 
That makes more sense-
 
Where am I going???
 
You'llhave to wait for the next trip report to find out!!  
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/23 12:57:23 (permalink)
You aren't kidding, that was quite a trip--great photographs!  You know, I don't know that the region matters for this at all, but I really don't order lima beans out of the South.  I just like the way we make 'em around here.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/23 14:50:42 (permalink)
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The pickled beets and eggs are a Penn Dutch / Amish / Mennonite of that area thing. 

I remember growing up and seeing jars upon jars of them in the fridge of Grandma's house. Grandpa would eat several every afternoon when he got home from work, before he took his nap laying on the floor in front of the box fan in the living room.

That's exactly how I make my pickled eggs, the way my Mom makes them, the way my Grandmother made them.  All from W.Va. I'll eat them everyday for a week then I have to take a break.  The beets go to the trash, Mom eats hers.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/23 15:24:57 (permalink)
A post-Easter tradition in our family. The leftover Easter Eggs ended up as Pickled Eggs. Canned Beets & juice, a little vinegar and a little sugar. Sometimes a little pickling spice too. Made them other times of the year too.
Chicken & Waffles Dutch style was all I knew there was until I started traveling to the South 35 years later. Didn't know there was another way to do it. 
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/23 16:25:48 (permalink)
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joerogo

WJ, I now order a single Italian Dog, which is placed on a 1/4 pizza bread.  I think the 1/4 bread, which hold less potato, lets the dog shine through.

Thanks for the great trip report.  Where you heading next?


joerogo

That makes more sense-

Where am I going???

You'llhave to wait for the next trip report to find out!!  

 
I know, but I aint telling!
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/24 22:14:33 (permalink)
This is the first day i've seen your report.As always, I completely enjoyed your photos and food  commentaries and your adventurous nature in  food choices. A few random thoughts:
 
There is an excellent hungarian restaurant called Novack's in the unlikely town of Albany , oregon started by a family that fled hungary after the 56 revolt. I've eaten there with roadfooder Ed sails and totally enjoyed it.
    Nitro, West Virginia is the hometown of Milwaukee Braves great Lew Burdette
      The Chips family loved our visit toPittsburgh  and wished we had known roadfoders back then. We really loved the Warhol museum, located next to the stadia.
 I so love the way you are able to find regional specialties. Thanks for taking me along a wonderful ride.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/25 08:18:12 (permalink)
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That's why I decided to get the Lima's. I figured I was in the South and how could I go wrong? Well, I did, I was disappointed.
 
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Don't let the cat chicken out of the bag
 
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I remember you mentioning Novack's to be previously. If it's good as Jocza's Corner then I can see why. 
 
Besides Diehl's it's good to know that Nitro is famous for other reasons, especially Lew Burette.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2011/08/25 08:57:03 (permalink)
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This is the first day i've seen your report.As always, I completely enjoyed your photos and food  commentaries and your adventurous nature in  food choices. A few random thoughts:

There is an excellent hungarian restaurant called Novack's in the unlikely town of Albany , oregon started by a family that fled hungary after the 56 revolt. I've eaten there with roadfooder Ed sails and totally enjoyed it.
   Nitro, West Virginia is the hometown of Milwaukee Braves great Lew Burdette
     The Chips family loved our visit toPittsburgh  and wished we had known roadfoders back then. We really loved the Warhol museum, located next to the stadia.
I so love the way you are able to find regional specialties. Thanks for taking me along a wonderful ride.

Mr Chips, thanks for the info you posted on Novack's Hungarian Restaurant, I will make that a stop on our next trip to Portland or the Coast. I still need to make it over to Kenny and Zuke's Deli for some Pastrami. We do have a need for more of these kinds of Restaurants and Deli's in the Pacific Northwest..................Thanks again.....pnwc
 
WJ, Thanks for the trip through Europe without leaving the USA. I guess it goes to show you the Emmigrants didn't venture all that far after arriving at Ellis Island.................
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/22 08:35:45 (permalink)
Hey Dale, I stopped at Risser's yesterday.  The soups were very good, and yes they had chicken corn.  I ordered the smothered sirloin patty...it was horrible.  Did the place smell funky when you were there? 
 
How did you miss this place when you were in the area?
 

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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/22 09:05:38 (permalink)
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Hey Dale, I stopped at Risser's yesterday.  The soups were very good, and yes they had chicken corn.  I ordered the smothered sirloin patty...it was horrible.  Did the place smell funky when you were there? 

How did you miss this place when you were in the area?




Joe,
 
No discernable odor if I recall.  Did you eat in the diner or the dining room? I ate in the dining room.
I wouldn't order something non Penn Dutch in a Penn Dutch restaurant- it's asking for trouble
Ask anyone (especially TTM) when I have tunnel vision and want to check out one place and one place only, everything else in my surroundings seems to dissappear- so the sign may have been completely in front of me and I just didn't notice it.  Screaming Chicken pointed out something similar  in a photo I took in Independence MO     there was a bbq joint - I honestly didn't even notice it when I took the photo
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/23 03:35:39 (permalink)
Joe,
I'm not sure if BuffetBuster's radar range can pick up that sign so you better forward it to him.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/23 04:57:53 (permalink)
I love your reviews.....Coming out to the west coast in the near future?
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/23 12:28:47 (permalink)
Hey Dale,  The only PA Dutch items(2) were on the specials menu.  One was sausage and I forgot the other one.  No chicken pot pie either  At least I stayed away from their Hi-Talian Specialities
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2012/03/23 18:07:03 (permalink)
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Hey Dale,  The only PA Dutch items(2) were on the specials menu.  One was sausage and I forgot the other one.  No chicken pot pie either  At least I stayed away from their Hi-Talian Specialities

 
If the other special was Pig Stomach and you turned it down, then I will not forgive you
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/15 19:36:28 (permalink)
I'm bringing this thread back for a reason too after more than four years to illustrate the highlights of my recent trip.
 
I was disappointed when Rissers Restaurant in Berks County PA closed for good after the unfortunate untimely death of owner, Ernie Risser, I was wondering if I'd ever find a solid Penn Dutch meal again.
Well believe it or not, I have, but not in Lancaster or Berks County PA, but about 40 miles north of Harrisburg PA out of all places.
 
County Line Restaurant in Richfield restored my faith in finding some solid ol' fashioned Penn Dutch Eats.
I knew i was in store for something special when I found out that Goose was on the menu as  the special that week.
 
IMG_7869 by ohso37, on Flickr
 
My meal started out with homemade pumpkin bread
 
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However it was the Schnitz and Knepp that got me here. A little different than Rissers who used ham in their recipe, County Line uses pork shoulder and it was just as good.
 
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Sided by lettuce drenched in warm bacon dressing
 
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and creamy corn pudding
 
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I was ready to do a days work on the farm after this meal.
 
 
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/15 19:44:18 (permalink)
That meal looks great, WJ, however, if I ate that I'd be ready for a day's nap on the farm!
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/15 20:06:25 (permalink)
Looks like a great meal!  Why didn't you get the goose?  I've never seen goose on a menu in the US.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/15 20:40:14 (permalink)
Goose is served at our local Serbian restaurants. And at Bobs grandmas house!!
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 08:50:27 (permalink)
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I was ready to do a days work on the farm after this meal.

For those of you who have:
 
A) a photo of WJ  and  B) good Photoshop skills
 
You know what you need to do.
 
That bacon dressing looks really good.  Of the bacon dressings I've tried the ones that've come up short have usually done so because they're too sweet, so how was this one?
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 09:34:27 (permalink)
What a wonderful 'here and there' that managed to cover places I have over several moves considered 'hometown faves' = from Tessario's & Wholey's to the Southern Kitchen!
 
And, they remind me of several things I miss here in Texas:
 
  • Genuine Country Ham and red eye gravy..
  • Adequate dressing on my salads (maybe a "PA thing", but I never have to ask for more 'back home').
  • Eastern Euro cooking started by the immigrants that worked Carnegie's mills and built America.  (Yet, somehow, kolaches are everywhere down here - even at Korean donut shops!).
 
Also, thanks for the pics of the Cathedral of Learning, probably the most interesting academic building in the USA.
 
I wish I'd seen this the first time around. 
Thank you, WJ.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 11:10:31 (permalink)
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I was ready to do a days work on the farm after this meal.

For those of you who have:
 
A) a photo of WJ  and  B) good Photoshop skills
 
You know what you need to do.
 
That bacon dressing looks really good.  Of the bacon dressings I've tried the ones that've come up short have usually done so because they're too sweet, so how was this one?


I'd like the bacon dressing. I just wouldn't want any salad with it.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 11:15:38 (permalink)
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And, they remind me of several things I miss here in Texas:
 
  • Genuine Country Ham and red eye gravy..
 
 
 
 




The first time I ever had country ham and red eye gravy was in Texas, at the Rice Hotel in Houston back in the '50s. In fact, before that I'd never even heard of country ham, let alone red eye gravy.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 11:30:19 (permalink)
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 And, they remind me of several things I miss here in Texas:
 
Genuine Country Ham and red eye gravy. 
 



The first time I ever had country ham and red eye gravy was in Texas, at the Rice Hotel in Houston back in the '50s. In fact, before that I'd never even heard of country ham, let alone red eye gravy.




The genuine article hasn't made it to Dallas yet.  Here "Country Ham" is a little saltier than 'sweet'.  The Southern Kitchen serves the real deal, strong as cat's ... , well, let's say fully flavored.  The first time I ever had it was in Staunton, VA on vacation as an 11 y.o. kid.  It was so memorable that I can still in my mind's eye see the Visualite Theater out the window of that restaurant which has now been gone for half a century!
 
I could hardly gag it down then, but now I crave it every now and then.
 
That said, Virginia doesn't have the genuine article brisket BBQ either.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 12:17:22 (permalink)
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 And, they remind me of several things I miss here in Texas:
 
Genuine Country Ham and red eye gravy. 
 



The first time I ever had country ham and red eye gravy was in Texas, at the Rice Hotel in Houston back in the '50s. In fact, before that I'd never even heard of country ham, let alone red eye gravy.




The genuine article hasn't made it to Dallas yet.  Here "Country Ham" is a little saltier than 'sweet'.  The Southern Kitchen serves the real deal, strong as cat's ... , well, let's say fully flavored.  The first time I ever had it was in Staunton, VA on vacation as an 11 y.o. kid.  It was so memorable that I can still in my mind's eye see the Visualite Theater out the window of that restaurant which has now been gone for half a century!
 
I could hardly gag it down then, but now I crave it every now and then.
 
That said, Virginia doesn't have the genuine article brisket BBQ either.


You do have Waffle House restaurants in Dallas, and they have a pretty passable country ham.
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 16:33:30 (permalink)
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Looks like a great meal!  Why didn't you get the goose?  I've never seen goose on a menu in the US.




The only reason why I went out of my way to come here was for one thing and one thing only- Schnitz and Knepp
Although I hope to definitely return in the future.
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I was ready to do a days work on the farm after this meal.

For those of you who have:
 
A) a photo of WJ  and  B) good Photoshop skills
 
You know what you need to do.
 
That bacon dressing looks really good.  Of the bacon dressings I've tried the ones that've come up short have usually done so because they're too sweet, so how was this one?




There is no doubt it was sweet, but not too sweet, actually it was very "bacony" 
MetroplexJim
What a wonderful 'here and there' that managed to cover places I have over several moves considered 'hometown faves' = from Tessario's & Wholey's to the Southern Kitchen!
 
And, they remind me of several things I miss here in Texas:
 
  • Genuine Country Ham and red eye gravy..
  • Adequate dressing on my salads (maybe a "PA thing", but I never have to ask for more 'back home').
  • Eastern Euro cooking started by the immigrants that worked Carnegie's mills and built America.  (Yet, somehow, kolaches are everywhere down here - even at Korean donut shops!).
 
Also, thanks for the pics of the Cathedral of Learning, probably the most interesting academic building in the USA.
 
I wish I'd seen this the first time around. 
Thank you, WJ.




MJ
 
I loved the Cathedral of Learning, as you could tell we had a great time while we were there. I can't believe it's been over 4 years ago already.
 
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 17:35:38 (permalink)
The final highlights of my trip were in West Virginia.
 
I visited several country cooking restaurants in the Charleston WV area. There was one, Wheelbarrow Country Cooking in the Cross Lanes area of Charleston that I was really looking to visit however when I called to confirm they would be having their Chicken and Dumpling, Saturday evening, I was told that they just recently stopped serving dinner (literally days earlier) and are only open for breakfast and lunch while they look to get a liquor license. That's a shame because the photos on their facebook page looked amazing and their reviews were fantastic too. 
 
Although I did find chicken and dumplings in Northern WV in Fairmont at The Dutchman's Daughter, it was more or less a deconstructed version. Tammy's Country Kitchen in Fraziers bottom had it as a special when I was there but I opted to get brown beans, cornbread and fried potatoes instead. Top Spot Country Cooking always has it on their menu but I opted for baked steak instead, at both times assuming I would have gotten it at Wheelbarrow Country Cooking .
 
One place that stood above the rest was an old favorite, Diehl's Family Restaurant . In fact I had to visit twice.
On my first visit I enjoyed a West Virginia Favorite- this superb Fried Bologna Sandwich
 
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(I made the mistake of sitting by a window. My camera is very sensitive and picks up glare whenever I do)
 
The next day for lunch I returned once again. This time for firm, salty country ham, fried potatoes and broccoli and cheese, the day before they had collard greens as one of their vegetables of the day, unfortunately it was not available today
 
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The meal came with slightly sweet, warm toasty cornbread
 
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For dessert, perfect slice of the local specialty, a  graham cracker pie. A  custardy vanilla pudding filling with graham cracker crust and crumbles And yes this WILL end up on a top 10 list at the end of the year.
 
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Finally a surprise for breakfast this past Saturday. I didn't expect much when I walked in to Tudor's Biscuit World, a local chain which got it's start in Charleston. Although they're well known for their biscuits, they serve dinner style meals as well, although personally it probably wouldn't be my cup of tea to visit for dinner.
Their country ham, egg and cheese biscuit was a real eye opener
 
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Re:Amish & Appalachian Adventures with a bit of da' Burg and a slice of Jersey 2015/10/16 21:28:55 (permalink)
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That is some serious comfort food, and I'm glad to see your cornbread came with butter!
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