What's cooking? Worms on pizza, and other classics

Neighbors/ Odenton, Ft. Meade, Gambrills

May 13, 1992|By Vicki Wellford

The First Evangelical Lutheran Church prekindergarten kids were asked by their teachers, Viia Erwin and Helen Jacobs, what their favorite foods were and how to prepare them. All of the recipes were combined in a cookbook and presented to the mothers as a Mother's Day gift.

Here are a few of the most interesting. Betty Crocker, watch out!

Joshua O'Keefe's recipe for pancakes includes one egg, one teaspoon of milk, one cup of flour and three bottles of syrup. Put everything except the syrup in a bowl at the same time. Beat for a long time (five hours). Then cook on a stove for five minutes. Put the pancake on a plate, pour on three bottles of syrup and eat. Then go buy more syrup.

Brandon Radzilowski's recipe for pizza is 15 gummy worms (the good kind), 15 cups of cheese (a lot), 16 cups of pepperoni, 100 pounds of pizza dough, 1,000 bottles of pizza sauce and one little pan. Put the pizza sauce in a pan. Add the cheese. Then put all the dough on top. Put the pepperoni on top of the dough. Top with gummy worms. Bake in a real hot oven for a long, long, long time (5 minutes). Take out of oven and let cool, then eat.

Rachel Davis has a recipe for Teddy Bear Soup: 1,000 gallons of water, 50 feet of meat (don't cut it up), 50 gallons of chicken, 50 feet of tall corn, 50 feet of tall beans, 50 pounds of salt, 50 pounds of Teddy Bear crackers. Don't cut anything up; just put everything except crackers in a big pot and cook in the oven for 50 hours at 50 degrees. Then take the soup out of the oven and Rachel will eat it all up with the teddy bear crackers.

What would a meal like that be without dessert? Brian Clark has a cookie recipe that goes like this: eight chocolate chips, two cups of water, one egg, two cups of salt, three cups of flour, two cups of sugar. Mix everything together in a little bowl for nine hours. Put the whole bowl in the oven. Turn the oven on 8 degrees and bake for three days. Take out of the oven, put icing on top and eat.

And last but not least, everyone's favorite: Banana Ice Cream by Melanie Johns. Five bananas, five potatoes, two eggs, 10 bottles of milk, 100 cups of sugar, one stick of butter. Mix everything up in one big bowl. Keep mixing until you are really tired. Then cook it on the stove for two minutes. Take the bowl off the stove and put it in the refrigerator. Go to bed. Don't eat the ice cream. Save it for Melanie.


The Piney Orchard Ice Arena is sponsoring the College Prep Hockey Academy for hockey players ages 9 through 17. The one-week sessions begin June 21 and continue through July 25, beginning Sunday evenings and ending on Saturday afternoons.

A typical weekly schedule will include: on-ice sessions, off-ice skill development and training, classroom sessions and scrimmages. The instructional staff consists of couches from Princeton University, Clarkson University, the University of Maryland and the U.S. Naval Academy.

The cost of $290 per session includes lunch. For more information or a brochure, call the arena at 672-7061 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.


The Fort Meade Retired Officers' Wives' Club's monthly luncheon is set for 11 a.m. June 2 at the Fort Meade Officers' Club. The program will be "Shopping in the Orient" with Judy Toth, who recently has returned from Asia and will have a wide selection of merchandise for sale.

After the program, the 1992-1993 ROWC officers will be installed.

Reservations are required and can be made by calling chairwoman Mae Hudson at 720-1085 no later than noon May 28. The cost is $7.


The Maple Ridge Homeowners Association will have its second annual Yard Sale starting at 9 a.m. Saturday on Edwards Drive.

Information: 672-2780.


A preview of pro-life coming attractions at St. Joseph's Church in Odenton includes a talk by the Rev. Raymond Mulhern of Human Life International on "Abortion to Euthanasia -- Causes and Remedies," to be given after the 7 p.m. Mass May 23 in the main church.

Ellen Curro, president of the recently formed Pro-Life Education Foundation of Maryland, will appear on the program first. She will give a brief presentation on November's state abortion referendum, one of the primary reasons the group was organized.

An invitation is extended to the public to attend this forum.

For additional information, call George Murray at 551-9349 or the church office at 551-9238.


The Waugh Chapel Elementary School Parent Association will have a yard sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the school cafeteria. Proceeds from this event are being used to purchase computer equipment for the students. A bake sale will take place in the school lobby throughout the day.

For more information, call 674-8009 or 621-9621.


The Odenton Heritage Society is sponsoring a "Dessert Sampler" from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Piney Orchard Community Center. Tickets are $5 per person, with all proceeds going to the purchase of a building that will become a museum to house and exhibit collections of Odenton's past. To purchase tickets, call 923-6442 or 674-3171.


The Meade Senior High School Drama Club is readying its spring production of "42nd Street." Barbara Zucco is producing the musical with a company of 60 students.

Faculty adviser George Pelham will direct, with musical direction provided by Joyce Nellenback for vocal and John Collins for orchestra. Choreographer Arlene Crum will teach the 25 cast members tap dancing.

"42nd Street" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the high school auditorium. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.

For more information, call the school at 674-7710.

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