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‘What’s the story with…?’ is a phrase commonly heard at Carlisle Barracks. With more than 50 buildings in the National Historic Register, the post has a history unlike many others. Read more: New Series Takes a Look at Carlisle Barracks History
10: CHICKEN FRIED STEAK
If you’ve been to the South you’ve probably seen chicken fried steak on the menu. Did you know that it originated in the Lone Star State and has German roots? German immigrants brought the dish wiener schnitzel to the area, and it morphed into what we now call chicken fried steak.
As the U.S. Army and Installation Management Command face a changing environment, one characterized by reduced resources, leaders at Carlisle Barracks are committed to preserving quality of life on the installation despite constraints affecting military morale, welfare and recreation programs.Read more: Carlisle Barracks to Trim Gym Hours
By the middle of the 18th century, German immigrants occupied a central place in American life. Germans accounted for one-third of the population of the American colonies, and were second in number only to the English. The German language was widely spoken in nearly every colonial city.Read more: German Immigrant Influence on American Culture
Letter from the Director
With brisk mornings and leaves just starting to change, it must be October in central Pennsylvania! Time for corn mazes, pumpkin carving and apple picking. Having spent time across the...
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Being a native of Harrisburg, Dorian attended Indiana University of PA Academy of Culinary Arts obtaining a Associate’s Degree. After completing her internship with a well-known local caterer, she continued...