Among the Amish, Rumspringa simply refers to adolescence. During the period known as Rumspringa, beginning at about age 16, Amish youth are no longer under the total control of their parents on weekends and, because they are not baptized, they are not yet under the authority of the church. During this time, many Amish youth adhere to traditional Amish behavior. Others experiment with “worldly” activities like buying a car, going to movies, or wearing non-Amish clothes. Contrary in the media. Rumspringa-age youth typically live at home until after joining the church and then getting married and moving into their ...
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By: Jennifer Yoder
Growing up in Holmes County, Ohio’s Amish Country, I never fully appreciated just how lucky I was. Looking back, one of my favorite things to do was go to my grandma’s house on Saturday afternoon. The afternoons that I loved the most were the ones when we got in her jeep and traveled the few miles from Farmerstown to Charm, getting excited and pointing out all the horses along the way.
We would end up at a quaint little country shop called Millers Dry Goods. As a kid, I thought the store was a magical place. There were fabric ...
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1 loaf of home-style bread (crusts cut off & cubed)
8 eggs (*if you use homemade bread, use 10 eggs)
1-1/2 cup milk (*if you use homemade bread increase milk ¼ cup)
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
8 oz. cheddar cheese
1 lb. fried crisp bacon (slice bacon in pieces, then fry)
½ green pepper, diced
½ red pepper, diced
4 green onions, diced
Beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper thoroughly. Pour over bread in greased/buttered 13x9 baking dish.
Layer the veggies over bread mixture then sprinkle with cheese. Lastly, top with already fried bacon. (You ...
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