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So in the Mid-Atlantic you will now have 3 monthly Record Shows:

Keystone Record Collectors the 2nd Sunday of every month in East Petersberg.

Wayne NJ the 2nd Saturday of every month.

Arbutus, MD the 3rd Sunday of every month.

September will be the first Wayne and the 3rd Arbutus and East Petersberg each since the lockdowns.
We're back!  The Wayne Record Show the Second Saturday of every month will be reopened as of Sept. 2020.  50% room capacity will be enforced so either get on line early or pay for early admission to be safe.
Some folks have only one thing on their mind
We're back-The Keystone Record Collectors Convention this Sunday July 12 at Spooky Nook Sports Lanco 1901 Miller Rd in East Petersburg, Pa
we are going to visit the toy show in Wayne, NJ today to see how a show works during the pandemic.
Food / Re: Hash Brown Potatoes
« Last post by bubba on June 29, 2020, 06:57:54 PM »
When MrBubba was alive (and we cooked on a wood stove) fried potatoes were an essential part of any egg breakfast. We had hash browns, Potatoes Suzanne (named after a neighbor), home fries. I was just thinking this morning about something else I used to make - take a big onion, cut 1/4" slices out of the middle, fry them whole on a griddle. Mmmmm. Nowadays I don't usually bother, just make my little fried or poached egg and toast.

Oh, and fried green tomatoes in season.
Food / Re: From a friend at facebook microwave tricks
« Last post by bubba on June 29, 2020, 06:53:52 PM »
I call that channel Five Minute Crap. Most of it is faked and produced on content farms. "How to Cook That" debunks a lot of their videos, like "Skittles Popcorn."
Food / Re: Hash Brown Potatoes
« Last post by Old and In The Way (aka Lake) on June 29, 2020, 04:51:58 PM »
Us Yankees do not make or encounter hash browns made with riced potatoes.

IMO hash browns require onions, but here in New England, they are often omitted. I omit the restaurants that omit the onions. (In New England, pizza sauces often omit basil and oregano - must be a tribute to our English heritage).

Food / Re: Hash Brown Potatoes
« Last post by Book_meister on June 28, 2020, 09:22:28 PM »
I didn't think at that time to put onions into the mix.  I nearly always put onion in or on things that are fried.

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