Month: June 2018
June 28, 2018
Once fresh fruit season in Adams County begins, it seems like there is a new fruit or veggie ready to enjoy each week. We loved every moment of strawberry and rhubarb season, and now we are so excited to be enjoying fresh from the orchard cherries and plums! We made this cherry plum slump, a recipe from Boyer Nurseries and Orchards to celebrate the season.
A slump is sort of like a cobbler – fresh fruit topped with homemade biscuits. For a slump, everything is cooked – not baked – together in one dish, we used a cast iron skillet. The ... Read This Story
June 21, 2018
When listening to Licensed Battlefield Guides and rangers talk about Civil War generals that fought in the Battle of Gettysburg or seeing their pictures in museums, it’s easy to forget that these generals were real people with normal lives before the Civil War. In fact, they might have been a lot like you. Their distinctive personalities guided them as they made tough calls during the three-day battle that took place in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Are you goal-oriented like General Robert E. Lee, strong and opinionated like General James Longstreet, or perhaps you’re short-tempered and brazen like General Daniel E. Sickles. Take this quiz ... Read This Story
June 14, 2018
It’s no secret that Gettysburg has some amazing restaurants. From comfort food, to homestyle cooking to original gourmet creations, there’s something for everyone’s palate. Many of our restaurants feature a variety of traditional sandwiches made to perfection and one-of-a-kind sandwich creations only found at their place of business. We asked you, our visitors, to submit your favorite epic sandwiches in Gettysburg. Here is a list of five of your favorites!Mason’s Mile High at the Dobbin House Tavern
Submitted by Douglas G., Facebook
Served at The Springhouse Tavern at the Dobbin House, Mason’s Mile High is for the true meat lover! Choose a ... Read This Story
June 7, 2018
With 10 courses and more than 200 holes in the Gettysburg region, it’s hard to pick just five favorites, but we’ve reached out to golf course pros, course superintendents and golfers themselves to help us narrow down a list of holes that – no matter your score – will leave you appreciating your round that much more.
Our list of favorites aren’t necessarily the most challenging holes, the top handicapped holes – it’s sometimes the beauty, the finesse it takes to get that shot just right – the perfectly placed creek, the shady grove of trees that force you to lay ... Read This Story