You don't have to travel to Pennsylvania to enjoy Lancaster County's famous cuisine. This wonderful compilation puts 550 time-honored recipes of Lancaster County's cooks right at your fingertips. Shoefly pie, funnel cake, sweet and sour meatballs, and other delectables are sure to please the palates of your family and friends. 251 pages, softcover from Good Books.
The residents of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, are famous for their Pennsylvania Dutch cooking. With Dijon Herb Chicken Salad, Dream Street Scalloped Potatoes, Garden Vegetable Quiche, Apple Dumplings, Whoopie Pies, Chocolate Bash, and Shoofly Pie, this cookbook overflows with their old-time, traditional recipes. Stoltzfus is author of the very popular Favorite Recipes from Quilters. Cooks from every corner of Lancaster County and the various sections of Lancaster City submitted their favorite family recipes to be included in this timeless collection. From their kitchens comes this compilation, filled with recipes which are easy to prepare and pleasant to the palate. A collection of essays also profiles particular Lancaster County villages and several sections of Lancaster City. Sells well in regional sections of bookstores, coast to coast.
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Louise Stoltzfus is a native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. She was born and raised in an Old Order Amish family. Stoltzfus is an editor for Good Books. She is co-author of three cookbooks and the author of Favorite Recipes from Quilters. She recently completed a project related to Amish folk artists and has written the book, Two Amish Folk Artists: The Story of Henry Lapp and Barbara Ebersol. Stoltzfus is director of The People’s Place Gallery, Intercourse, Pennsylvania. She lives in the city of Lancaster, ten miles from her ancestral home.