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Kevin

Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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  1. Glenda

    I enjoy glancing at your welcoming E Mail Greetings always different!
    Luv the Amish Recopes like my mom’s old homemade goodies I truly savor the next morsel of home cooked goodness!
    Keep it coming…

    Glenda

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  2. vic

    So interesting….great recipes!

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  3. Jayne

    Does anyone have an address to contact Sherry Gore?

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  4. RALPH BECKER

    WE HAVE HEAVY DUTY CLOTHES PINS, THAT ARE MADE IN THE USA. THEY ARE MADE WITH MAPLE HARDWOOD, ARE 3 1/2 INCHES LONG , HAVE A WIDE OPENING, A HEAVY DUTY STAINLESS STEEL SPRING PLUS GROOVES SO THERE IS LESS FINGER SLIPPAGE. THEY HOLD YOUR WASH ON THE LINE. THEY HAVE A LIFETIME WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEE. THESE ARE VERY HIGH QUALITY CLOTHES PINS AND ARE MADE IN SMALL LOTS. DELIVERY IS USUALLY IN ONE OR TWO WEEKS. THEY ARE EXPENSIVE WHEN COMPARED TO THE IMPORTED ONES THAT DROP YOUR LAUNDRY ESPECIALLY IN THE WIND. IT COSTS YOU MONEY AND TIME WHEN YOU NEED TO REWASH THEM. YOU MAY SEND A CHECK OR POSTAL MONEY ORDER TO LAKE BLUFF TRADERS 407 BIRCH AVE, UNIT B LAKE BLUFF, IL. 60044 10 PINS =1 SET $23.90 includes shipping in 48 states. Order 2 sample clothespins for $5.70, 4 clothespins for$9.60 shipped in 48 states. bulk rates over 10 sets =100 pins =$173.00. PHONE & FAX 847 234-5426 CST. 8AM TO 5PM LEAVE A MESSAGE PLEASE SPEAK CLEARLY AND SLOWLY.RALPH BECKER WE ARE ALSO ALWAYS LOOKING LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL AMISH MADE PRODUCTS TO BUY WHOLESALE.HOPE I HAVE THIS IN THE RIGHT PLACE. HOPE EVERYONE HAD A GREAT THANKSGIVING.

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  5. Tracy

    Holmes County Ohio- is where my Ancestors came from. David Jackson Drake- moved to Newark Indiana. George and Rachel (Johnson) Drake are buried in Loudenville, Ohio in the Drake Valley Cemetary. Is thee anyone who knows what type people they were? Or where they came from? I was told that Holmes County were all Amish way back then. Everyone spoke German. Is there still Drakes in that area that would know about my ancestors. If possible could someone check the Area there? Any names and addresses?
    Thanks.

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  6. Tammy

    There is a large Mennonite community in Montezuma, GA. I make the trek down there often to eat at Yoder’s Haus. 🙂

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    1. Kevin

      I just recently wrote about Montezuma, Tammy, see here: http://www.amish365.com/georgia-on-my-mind/
      You are lucky you live close enough to go to Yoder’s!

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  7. Connie may

    I do enjoy reading your column and sharing the birth of your sweet baby and some pictures . Thank you for your plain talk and recipes.
    God Bless
    Connie may
    Lexington, Kentucky

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    1. Kevin

      Connie, thank you for the kind words. Lexington is one of my favorite towns!

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    1. Kevin

      Thanks, Bob, glad you like!

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  8. Brian Clauss

    Try to make it down to St Marys County MD. Nice hardworking Amish folks down here. Thanks for your information recipes etc!

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