One of our favorite things to do when we lived in Lancaster was to go to Central Market. We'd go around 11 am, and get iced tea or chai from Mean Cup, then we'd go get fresh veggies and chicken or some other protein to grill for our Saturday night dinner from whichever stands had the nicest produce. We'd wander around a little and buy cheese from Weaver's and chat with the "sub ladies". We'd look at the chocolate and the cookies from Wendy Jo's and wish we were eating some. We'd then go buy white and chocolate milk in glass jars from Maplehoff Dairy. And just before we left to walk up to Binn's park-- we'd grab empanadas from the cheesy little family run empanada stand. They were delicious and most likely broke a number of health or sanitation codes, and so- the stand didn't last long, and soon, we could no longer enjoy that very delicious treat. We LOVED those emapanadas. Pork, beef or chicken, they were all delicious.
So we haven't had empanadas in close to a year, and last week, I couldn't take it anymore and decided to try to make them myself. They weren't the same, but they were TOTALLY DELICIOUS!
Here's an approximation of the recipe: