This year, March has been mild and so everyone is enjoying the warm weather. The Amish are out in their “convertibles” which are actually open buckboard-style wagons that let them enjoy the warm breezes. The picture to the left shows a familiar site in the SW part of Cattaraugus Co. looking up Seager Hill Rd.
- 12 Ritz crackers
- Peanut Butter
- Chocolate Bar (optional)
- 12 large Marshmallows
- Spread a bit of peanut butter on each cracker
- Put a square of chocolate on top of peanut butter
- Top with a marshmallow
- Place on cookie sheet
- Broil for 1 minute until marchmallows are golden brown
Hope you enjoy and comment below with alterations to the recipe that you find to be really good.
The fields are frozen and you will find the Amish out in the fields with their manure wagons, spreading manure and in some areas, spreading loads of corn husks on the fields. Corn husks are spread by hand using a pitch fork. The load of husks is taken out of the field by a wagon with wooden sled runners. Actually, the same sleds they used to haul ice squares last month.
Please read this article that recently ran in the Randolph Register re: our exciting additon to the Amish Trail.
Mager Mountain Alpacas of Little Valley, NY is excited to announce the Grand Opening celebration of their new store building this weekend! Owners Paul and Sue Mager have teamed up with Crouse Construction of Steamburg to erect the new building for the ‘So Soft Gift Shop’, which will open its doors this Friday from 4-8pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 10am-6pm.
- 2 cups flour
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 teaspoons baking soda
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 2 eggs
- 1- 1 pound 4ounce can pineapple
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup nuts
Mix flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder and can of pineapple (not drained). Add eggs, vanilla and nuts. Pour into baking pan and bake.
Cooking Time: 25-30 minutes Temp: 350° F Pan Size: 13x9x2
I am hoping that this blog will be an effective tool for us as we develop the Amish Trail of New York. We would appreciate any feedback that you could give to us once you have visitied our area.
How did you find out about us?
Once you got here, were the businesses easy to find? What was your first impression once you got out on the side roads? Did you find both "English" and "Amish" store owners/employees to be friendly and helpful?
What can we do to make your next visit more enjoyable?
Check out the Falling Leaves Festival - Salamanca NY Friday October 2 thru Sunday October 4th.