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Large Portion of Green Dragon burns
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http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/up...f6878.html

Quote:Fire fighters are on the scene of a major two alarm fire in Ephrata Township at the Green Dragon farmer's market.

The fire was reported at around 4:35 a.m.

Three buildings at the farm market were fully involved when firefighters arrived. Heavy fire and smoke was reported.

In addition to the three buildings, numerous outdoor vendor structures were destroyed or damaged.

Many of these old markets are a hodgepodge of buildings, wiring and plumbing as things were added on through the years. It was really only a matter of time.
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All I want to know is did the Chocolate covered bacon stand survive?
If it did Big Grin if it didnt Angry
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#3
Don't worry, there's always Roots.

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Or you could just make your own for less.

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streaker69;153649 Wrote:Don't worry, there's always Roots.

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Forget the heresy of defiling The Bacon w/ chocolate, I want to know what a "Whoopie Pie" is and is it legal to buy them?
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Being fairly new to SOLANCO, when hearing the news at the local Barber Shop the other day, I made the mistake of asking what the Green a Dragon was.... NEW GUY!!! :-)
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#6
This is a whoopie pie, although I had never heard them called that until we moved here. We called them Gobs.

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DeadEye;153652 Wrote:Being fairly new to SOLANCO, when hearing the news at the local Barber Shop the other day, I made the mistake of asking what the Green a Dragon was.... NEW GUY!!! :-)

Personally, I stopped liking Green Dragon a few years ago when they allowed every single junk vendor under the sun to setup camp there. There always was junk there, but it increased 10fold a few years ago.

Now I go to Roots just south of Manhiem on tuesdays. It's smaller than GD, still has some junk, but it's mostly fresh produce and lots of local meats.
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#8
Where are Merry and Pippin going to get their ale?
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Ten*K;153675 Wrote:Where are Merry and Pippin going to get their ale?

The Prancing Pony, it seemed like an appropriate place considering the way they made them out in the movies.
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streaker69;153653 Wrote:This is a whoopie pie, although I had never heard them called that until we moved here. We called them Gobs.

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Pumpkin whoopie pies are the best.
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