Your dinner guests will want to borrow your recipe when you cook up some of the satisfying delights from Amish-Country Cookbook: Volume 3. Like the two earlier volumes, this book is packed with traditional Amish and Midwestern foods. (None of these recipes appeared in Volumes I and II.) You'll also find some surprises here. You'll meet the bread starter named "Herman" and learn how to use "him" each day to make a variety of homemade baked goods. You'll find two pages of microwave cooking tips, unlike anything in those high-tech manuals. And you'll smile at the generous sprinkling of country wisdom throughout the book.
Amish people know the art of simple, frugal living. 'That's especially true of Amish cooking. The Amish have learned how to use simple ingredients to make sumptuous meals that delight their families and visitors. Evangel's four Amish-Country Cookbooks reveal the simple secrets of Amish cooking and share the hospitality customs of the "plain folk." Each volume contains over 500 unique recipes with cooking tips. Scripture reading, and country lore. Two binding options, wire spiralbond with washable cover or lay-flat paperback with stain-resistant laminated cover. Bonus section on Amish beliefs and customs in the Otabind edition.
Das Dutchman Essenhaus Restaurant in Middlebury, Indiana, entertains thousands of guests each day. Restaurant owners Bob and Sue Miller and their employees share some of their favorite Amish recipes, along with traditional Midwestern fare, in the popular Amish-Country Cookbooks.
Each volume contains over 500 unique recipes using simple ingredients. You'll also find tips for economical cooking, housekeeping, and entertaining, as well as a generous sprinkling of Scripture verses, humor, and country lore. Bonus section on Amish beliefs and customs.
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