Dutch Country Roads
In 1734, a group of Scots-Irish settlers from Lancaster County formed a congregation just outside of Carlisle, Pa. Years later they moved to town and erected the town’s first public building in 1757. In 1774, the church served as a meetinghouse and was even attended by President Washington himself. Visit today to explore the building's rich history. (Photo: Emerald Stone Photography) #PASacredSpaces
Hot Dog of the Week: Hot-Chee Dog from Hamilton Restaurant in Carlisle, PA
Hamilton Restaurant is a cozy lunch-counter at the center of the small town of Carlisle, Pennsylvania (just west of Harrisburg) that's been run by the same family since the 1930s. The sort of place where the waitress asks, "do you need a menu?" because most customers are regulars who have it memorized. Their signature Hot-Chee dog (short for either "hot chili dog" or "hot cheese dog," or both) isn't even listed on the menu. At first I thought I was in the wrong place.