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The Perfect Grillin’ Steak… This week on Home & Backyard

This week on Home & Backyard…

• Chef Hudak from Vanderlyn’s Restaurant in Kingston makes a steak and potatoes recipe
• We meet a man in the Poconos who paints on glass… it looks like stained glass!
Paul Epsom shows us how to water our plants for summer!
• A summertime Picture Perfect. Send us your photos!!

It’s all Saturday Morning at 9:00 (8/4/12)

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Summertime in the Poconos

Take a breathtaking look at the sights and sounds of summer in the Poconos as told by Mike Stevens.

Bridal Shower Cupcakes

It’s a simple yet elegant idea for a bridal shower dessert. At Kitchen Chemistry of Stroudsburg, Lisa Diemer demonstrates how to make cupcakes that have a professional look and taste. The finishing touch flower is very feminine and you can make the icing the same color as the bridal party dresses.

Barely Creek Brewing Company

The Poconos is Home to many fine eateries.  Visit the Barley Creek Brewing Company in Tannersville, PA  for a tour of this micro brewery and a recipe for salmon using their fine beer.

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Harford Woman Says She Saw Tornado

HARFORD — It happened in an instant.

Tiffany Smith of Harford said she spotted a tornado outside her home late Thursday afternoon. She grabbed her dog and ran inside.

“We heard this loud thunder and then all of a sudden I see the sky like whirling around in a circle and then I heard that loud train whistle that everyone speaks of before you hear a tornado or see one,” said Smith.

The wind cracked a tree in her backyard that her grandfather had planted decades ago, crushing a shed, but missing her family’s home.

“I see stuff flying everywhere. I see people’s roofs being blown off and chairs flying and then I hear a loud bang which was the tree,” she said.

EF1 Tornado Touches Down in Susquehanna County

BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP — Thursday’s massive storms brought down trees and power lines, and damaged buildings and vehicles. As of this afternoon, more than 20,000 homes and businesses were still without power, and the National Weather Services confirmed a tornado touched down in Susquehanna County.

Without power at her home in Bridgewater Township near Montrose, Susan Sparrock relies on a generator to shower and keep her food fresh. However, she said it’s the downed power lines resting near her house that really have her concerned.

“I didn’t know if those wires were live. And I was concerned about this pole pulling the wires down off my house and if a spark comes, my house is old. It was built in the 1890s. It will go up,” said Sparrock.

The National Weather Service confirms an EF1 tornado came through Bridgewater and Dimock Townships, with winds as high as 90 miles an hour.

Shelter Opening for Storm Victims

HARFORD – The American Red Cross tells us a shelter will be opening tonight at 5 pm for anyone affected by power outages or storm damage in Susquehanna County. 

The shelter will be located at the Harford volunteer fire department on Fair Hill Road in Harford. It will stay open through the night.

Again, anyone in Susquehanna County without electricity is allowed to go to that emergency shelter in Harford.