“Liver…AND ONIONS!” (Part 1)

America is a funny place. All summer long, we will scarf down a mechanically separated pink colored slime in tube-form consisting of fat, cartilage, and “trimmings” affectionately known as the “hot dog”, but will shiver in horror when it comes to liver. It was ingrained into my head as a child, the nastiness of liver…

Photo of the Day: November 17, 2017

The back of King’s Homestead in Lancaster (the Ronks location). Inside is a country and furniture store, but out back, they have a nice fish pond which extends a lot longer than this picture shows. You can feed fish and ducks, and have a seat on their deck and relax. Summer 2017.

Photo of the Day: November 13, 2017

The exterior of the Rumspringa Brewery in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania. Winery on the bottom, brewery, small-scale restaurant, and tasting room upstairs. Hard to believe that in a lifetime visiting the Lancaster area, this past summer was the first time I ever ventured inside. It was an awesome experience.

Photo of the Day: November 4, 2017

When I was growing up, these cigar boxes were practically in every shop in Lancaster. They were priced at two bucks a pop. In college, my friend Brett and I would smoke these by the box. Our friend Jeff who lived out there┬ápart-time would bring boxes back for us. They were like $25 each. Now,…

Photo of the Day: September 11, 2017

On my way out of Dienner’s in Lancaster County for breakfast one morning, I lurched my camera through the window (with permission) to get a shot of some of the most kick-ass homefries you will ever taste.

Photo of the Day: August 31, 2017

The historic Revere Tavern in Paradise, Pennsylvania. This picture was taken on Easter Sunday before a really hearty brunch and some excellent Seafood Newburg.