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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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    Emmy O.

    Always love to read Lovina’s column! I have a quick (and maybe somewhat silly) question. I notice in a lot of her menus she includes sliced cheese or just cheese. Is their a specific type they eat? I am intrigued by the serving of cheese with a meal. I use cheese on sandwiches or in a recipe but not as part of the meal and I actually want to incorporate it. Any info? Thanks and again LOVE the column~

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      Dawn Kirk

      I hope you’ll get a proper answer.It seems I remember Lovina writing something not too long ago about buying a big block of cheese from a certain vendor…Maybe they put out a big hunk with a knife so the guests can slice off a piece & eat it with whatever they wish.Does anybody know about this cheese at the table custom?? (I hope it was okay I wrote in place of perhaps where Kevin is supposed to)

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        Dawn Kirk

        To Emmy O. again-I quickly found the column about cheese,it ran on March 19th-you can go to “older posts”after the most current column til you find that one-Lovina tells about buying up to a 16 lb. colby horn. BUT,I don’t want to ruin your question if you would like more info. so I’ll let Kevin speak here-hee hee.
        Dawn K.

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          Emmy O.

          Dawn thank you!! It was so sweet of you to help. I am going to read that column now, though I am sure I did but must have “missed” the cheese info…lol. Thanks again~

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    Carol Morris

    I really liked this column and especially the pictures from Lovina’s wedding. I loved the blue and white. The cakes and decorations so nice, not pretentious ,of course, but very pretty. I look forward each week to the column. Keep up the good work.

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    Harriet Ritter

    This was a very interesting column. I always look forward to Lovina’s writings and whenever her column is missing from our daily paper, I feel a big let down. The wedding cakes were so pretty and looked delicicous…made my mouth water!

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    Jill

    I love the pictures of Lovina’s cake table! So simple, yet warm and beautiful. I think that the Amish in Berne are wise to go to a covered buggy, I would think it would be warmer, dryer and safer to travel in. When I was pulling into Fountain Acre foods the other day, an open buggy was leaving the store. Then when I went to Miller’s dry goods, there was a covered buggy there. Do you know what the standard buggy is for Wayne County?

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    Magdalena

    We drove out to Kalona today, stopping at Stringtown Grocery, where the sight of a Plain woman with an English man drew a little discreet attention! (I was wearing an all black outfit, but it was skirt and blouse, with a full cape and apron, and the stiff white kapp. My skirts are mostly longer than what Amish women wear.) I noted the rows of rhubarb growing in side yards or at the edge of gardens. Strawberry-rhubarb pie is a big favorite here, it seems.

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    Dorothy Shaulis

    I love to read Lovina’s column. It is always so interesting and I look forward each week to reading it. I like the cake table and the way everything is set up.

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    lorraine stoddard

    I always look forward to Lovina’s column. Both pictures are very nice. The table setting is beautiful,and the cakes look so good! Thanks for posting. I think that covered buggies is a good thing.

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    Dawn Kirk

    The cakes are beautiful and having fruit in the bowl is very thoughtful for those who can’t or don’t wish to partake in sweets.The blue color is refreshing.

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    Charlotte

    Would that “cabbage salad” be cole slaw or something different? Maybe Lovina could give us a recipe.

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    Nancy LaLiberte

    Everything was so interesting until I read about getting splattered with mud in bad weather. Can you imagine taking the little children or a baby along, and having them splattered with mud??

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    matthew haffner

    we drive from muncie every two weeks to go to Fountain City to the Amish Grocery Store there. my family loves the pies that we get from there. I have been working at making our lives more layed back ad not to dependant on the privledges that we have, I look forward to reading more in the future

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