Fowler's Mill Flour LbNA # 45679
|Placed Date||Feb 15 2009|
|Last Found||May 27 2011|
East on Mayfield Road (322)
Pass Chillicothe Road (306)
Pass Alpine Valley Ski Area.
On top the hill, make a left onto Fowlers Mill Road
Very shortly, down a slope, Fowler’s Mill will be on the left
Hours: Mon. – Sat. 10:00 – 5:00 CLOSED SUNDAYS
Tours: Available weekdays in March thru July by appointment.
Address: The Fowler’s Milling Company
12500 Fowlers Mill Road
Chardon, Ohio 44024
(800) 321-2024 www.fowlermill.com
Equip. Ink pad, log book * the stamp is 2 ¼ x 3 inches
This 175-year-old mill carries a wide variety of cake mixes, cookie mixes, muffins, cobbler, pancake mixes. Jams and jellies, apple, pear, and pumpkin butters. Maple syrup and honey too. Many of their products are whole grain that contain the three major components; bran, endosperm and germ. Which provide fiber, vitamins and minerals.
This old-fashion holiday cookie was a happy tradition at the famous Girard College,
Philadelphia, Pa. The boys hoard them…old grads long for them.
The letterbox “CONTAINER” is a non-store product, one of a kind, and in view, so there is no reason to disrupt their shelved items.
Below is PART of a recipe. (The complete recipe is available on www.cooks.com )
There are two ingredients missing:
The first blank is what you will find INSIDE the letterbox tin that you seek
The second blank will help you select the cookie needed to find the family.
Read entire recipe for more clues.
Sift together all dry ingredients and set aside.
6 cups _______________
1 tsp salt
1 tsp. allspice
1 tsp. cloves
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp.___________ (spice clue)
After completing the rest of the recipe. (Not listed)
Chill dough. Roll out very thick (1/2 inch)
Place cut outs on a lightly greased baking sheet
Bake at 350 for 15-18 min.
Cool slightly, remove from baking sheet.
With Easy Decorating Icing, outline eyes, mouth, shoes, collar, buttons, belt, pants or dress…etc. Kids love to help.
THIS IS YOUR QUEST:
You seek a family of three of these cookies adorned with their scarfs. They’re the ones who are concealing the log book and stamp tucked inside their tin.
Replace as it was, Thank you.