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…
The perfect looking piece of Shoo Fly Pie. Windmill Family Restaurant, Morgantown, PA. Spring 2016.
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.
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.
The simplicity and charm of the Amish roadside farm stand. Summer 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 part-time would bring boxes back for us. They were like $25 each. Now,…
Overcast skies roll in over an Amish farm in Ronks (Lancaster County), Pennsylvania.
Another view of the iconic Dutch Haven windmill in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. I don’t know—I just love this picture. August 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.
There aren’t many places where a view like this would be possible. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. June 2016.
The historic Revere Tavern in Paradise, Pennsylvania. This picture was taken on Easter Sunday before a really hearty brunch and some excellent Seafood Newburg.
It’s rare that I ever refer to a restaurant experience as “bizarre”. Just as rare is me doing a second post in regards to a restaurant. I reviewed the Conestoga last year and gave them a solid 3.5 star rating. Will and I were there Friday night outside on the deck. It was a beautiful…