This article has been published before, but it is so interesting that we updated it and republished it.
There is a share of pride for where you come from, and we took the time to pay tribute to those from the Lancaster area. Whether it’s woolen pies, long junk, memories of Park City, Lancaster’s list of traditional things is almost endless.
There are proven things that show if a person is from Lancaster, and LancasterOnline has helped you sort out these 20 things that scream that you’re from Lancaster.
You know you’re from Lancaster if:
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Order a pot in Lancaster County and you will get a hearty dish with noodles, preferably square and homemade – without crust.
2. You know the difference between a chicken pie and a chicken pie.
3. You know what a wipi pie is.
Lancaster or Maine? That’s where the wipi pies really came from (and where did they get that name)
4. You know that Lancaster is pronounced Lanc-kiss-ter, not Lang-CAS-ter.
5. You were at the sale of chicken corn soup at the fire station.
Destroy or not, but chicken corn soup – a hearty Dutch food of Pennsylvania for any season
6. You are stuck behind the gods on the main road.
Members of the dormant marmot lodge in Quarryville gathered on Saturday morning, February 2, 2019, to await the prediction of the Octorara Orphie. Arfi saw his shadow and ran back to his hole as another six weeks of winter were predicted. Saturday, February 2, 2019
7. You think schools should be closed on Groundhog Day.
8. You know that shoo-fly pie has nothing to do with shoes.
Well. Dutch Eats: Shoofly pie – the sweetest and stickiest delicacy of Lancaster
9. You know what it means to “blush (or blush) a room”.
10. It makes sense to say “ice tea is everything”.
11. You know that long jeans are a donut, not underwear.
12. Do you remember when Park City, which has nothing to do with skiing, had a skating rink and a movie theater. Don’t forget Jade Tiki Inn or Pensupreme.
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13. The names of the cities “Herd” and “Paradise” do not make you giggle.
14. You are allowed to miss school on the first day of the hunting season.
15. You used
“doplic” in the sentence.
Volunteers flip through chicken halves at the 66th annual Sertoma chicken skewers. Shot on Saturday, May 19, 2018.
17. You know what a chow chow is.
Chow Chow is a pickled version of sliced salad in Pennsylvania
18. You ate a cup of cheese. (We didn’t say you should like it.)
19. You have friends named Yöder, Esbenshad, Miller or Stolzfuss – and they are not relatives.
Today, Green Dragon opened a new building in the center of its complex, which replaced a building destroyed by fire 11 months ago.
20. You know it
Green Dragon it is a place, not a mythical creature.