Wanda Brunstetter's fiction fans will delight in this lavishly illustrated treasure-trove of recipes from her Amish friends! Featuring more than 200 recipes from Amish and Mennonite kitchens from across America, these mouthwatering dishes include lemon shoofly pie, buttery onion soup, and stuffed peppers. Full-color pictures, an inside look at the Amish and Mennonite ways of life, and inspirational sayings will make you feel as if you've taken a trip to the peaceful roads of Amish Country. 224 pages, spiralbound softcover from Barbour.
From Barbour’s bestselling author of fiction, Wanda E. Brunstetter, comes The Best of Amish Friends Cookbook Collection. This brand-new title is a treasure trove of recipes and interesting facts from the heart of Amish country and includes recipes divided into sections such as breads and rolls, desserts, main dishes, sides, jams and jellies—and more! You’ll find only the best of home cooking between the pages of this delightful book, and as an added bonus, you’ll find featured facts about Amish life. Topped off by one beautifully designed package, cooks of all ages will have a hard time passing this one up!
“With its brilliant photography and classic, traditional recipes, Wanda has created the perfect cookbook. The Best of Amish Friends Cookbook Collection makes a delightful gift and one that you will treasure in your own kitchen.”
– Sherry Gore, author of Simply Delicious Amish Cooking: Recipes and Stories from the Amish of Sarasota, Florida and editor-in-chief of Cooking & Such: Adventures in Plain Living magazine
This is one of the best Amish cookbooks I have seen lately. The spiral binding makes it convenient to use, and the sections are clearly divided and labeled. If you only buy one Amish cookbook this year, buy this one; you'll be glad you did.
This is a great cookbook to add to your library and with all the delicious recipes offered, I’m sure you’ll discover plenty of new favorites you and your family will love.
This is the most amazing cookbook I’ve ever seen! It is not only a cookbook, it is a book to display on your coffee table, or other places in your home for friends and family to be able to look at. Most of the recipes are pretty easy to make and those I tried are fabulous!! The book is spiral bound and the paper used looks like photo paper and is a very good quality. The pictures are awesome and top quality. There are photos of some of the recipes, and they look scrumptious and good enough to eat! There are also pictures taken around different places on Amish farms. And I really love the little tidbits all throughout the book about the Amish and their lifestyle.
This book is sure to become a favorite cookbook of mine. I think I am going to copy some of my favorites onto recipe cards for my youngest daughter who just married in September of 2013. This cookbook would make a wonderful gift for friends or family.