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|Format: Spiral Bound|
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.96 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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Bring home-cooked dishes from the heart of Amish country into your kitchen with Wanda E. Brunstetter’s Amish Friends Cookbook Volume 2. With recipes divided into sections including breads and rolls, desserts, main dishes, salads and sides, jams and jelliesand more!you’ll find only the best of home cooking between the pages of this delightful book.
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Starting with breakfast, bring a hearty appetite and enjoy Schnitz un Knepp, a sweet apple and ham stew top with fluffy dumplings. Add to this a slice of Breakfast Pizza Delight and a cup of Russian Tea and I wonder if youll be hungry in time for our next menu. Lets make it a light lunch: Swiss cheese, bacon, and an assortment of salad vegetables makes Friend Salad, which tastes extra good with Yogurt Ranch Dressing. Serve this salad with Light and Tasty Biscuits topped with Cinnamon Pickles. Wash it all down with Rhubarb Drink, a citrusy-ade with a bit of a twist. Now are you ready for dinner? How about a pie supper, starting with First-Course Pie, a sort of upside-down shepherds pie filled with vegetables, meat, and cheese. Add to that crispy Johnny Cakes; swig some Amish Wine (all fruit juice, no alcohol); and top it off with Kentucky Chocolate Chip Pie. If youre tired of pie, try Ice Cream Jell-O (or maybe the two together). Then, if you need a bedtime snack, try Crispy Caramel Corn. What wonderful ideas for enhancing family meals and clan and church get-togethers!
But theres more to this book than eating recipes. Here are some of the helping recipes: Laundry Soap; Earache Remedy; Cough Syrup; and Air Freshener. And well top all this off with a few of the tidbits of wisdom Brunstetter has sprinkled throughout this book: From what we get we can make a living: what we give, however, makes a life (p. 18); Every tomorrow has two handles. We can grasp the handle of anxiety or the handle of faith (p.88); Wisdom has two parts: having much to say and not saying much at all (p. 199). This is most definitely a vehicle for helping you to obey the injunction found in Ecclesiastes 9:7, Come, take your bread with joy with a glad heart. Donna Eggett, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
Cathy B5 Stars Out Of 5EasyMay 15, 2015Cathy BQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love cooking, but, with 7 children, I appreciate easy, inexpensive meals that use real foods. I chose an Amish cookbook because they fit my needs. These are simple, but good recipes that are sure to be family pleasers that a novice or experienced cook would appreciate!
Jane WatsonAthens,TN.Age: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5RecipesSeptember 10, 2011Jane WatsonAthens,TN.Age: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I found plenty of amish recipes i want to try. Plenty of good food some very high calorie but still delicious.
Louise Wilcox5 Stars Out Of 5August 10, 2010Louise WilcoxI have both Amish cookbooks, You will love the all the salads. I thought when I make my salads was good to eat but nothing like the way the ladies make theirs. my mouth waters very time I make anything from the Amish cookbooks. I have a four yr old who will not eat my potatoe salad but when I give her the Amish salad she loves it. I know what some may think I do so as well, However I made mine and made the Amish one she was not here and I had put both salads in her plate. She left mine and ate the other. I thank you very much Wanda for putting together these cookbooks I have a blast everytime I use them and my family loves to eat new things.
Angie5 Stars Out Of 5January 4, 2010AngieI bought this book at Lighthouse Christian Book Store during Wanda's book signing. The recipes that I have tried are great! Only problem I have is that the day I got home with the cookbook my three year old son wanted to help me cook. Well he spilled liquid on the book and I was not able to save all of the pages so my options have been cut short, but what is left of it has helped me make some wonderful dishes. I think everyone should get themselves a copy!
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