Twenty-year-old blogger Briana Thomas has set out to provide healthy versions of her favorite foods, many inspired by dishes common to her Mennonite heritage. While Briana is known for her ice cream recipes and love of desserts, this book offers a wide variety of recipes from main dishes, salads, and sides to breads, shakes, and breakfast options. All of the recipes are free of refined sugar and white flour and suited for a low-glycemic diet, most are naturally gluten free, and many are friendly to other common food allergies as well. With its emphasis on quick and easy, this book is sure to become a staple in your kitchen.
When the occasion calls for the finest homemade dessert, is there a better way than with a homemade pie to give your guests the best? Pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving are a time-honored tradition. Fruit pies for any holiday are a great way to make a holiday more memorable.
In addition to the yummy pies featured in Perfect Pies Cookbook, you get pie baking tips to guide you on anything from baking that perfect crust to choosing the right pan to making pies ahead of time. Perfect Pies Cookbook also offers recipes for lots of special pie fillings and pie crusts.
Second Batch Recipes is a collection of 200+ favorite recipes of the Miller Six, known by family as the second batch. (An explanation of the first and second batch is inside the book.) It was compiled as a gift to their daughters. Since family and friends have asked for copies, you can now buy a copy, too.
After many years of hands-on experience in the catering profession, Stutzman’s Classic Selections is a logical, noteworthy result. In addition to the many delicious recipes, Regina offers tips of all kinds. Upon request, she has modified large-quantity recipes into family-size recipes. Another feature is Kitchen Bloopers, scattered throughout the cookbook. A new section, Canning and Freezing, instructs the younger generation on the art of preserving food.
Cooking for a crowd? Planning a wedding? Cant decide what to cook for supper? Stutzman's Culinary Secrets offers menu ideas for any event.
Easy to follow directions take away the guesswork by providing detailed instructions and amounts. Amateur cooks can now feel confident by using these tried and true recipes.
Also included are tips on preparing for weddings, plus theres a large section on cooking for big groups. An Amish-Mennonite cooking manual at your fingertips.
Table for Two sets the table with all the Amish food favorites—just for two! Sam and Amy Miller and their extended family have shared 438 of their best recipes in helpings that won’t leave a week of leftovers if there are only two at your house.
Table for Two—mouthwatering food, for just the two of you.
A lot of time and creativity are poured into making good food for the families, the community, and the many visitors of the Greenville, Pennsylvania Amish community. In The Farmhouse Kitchen we’ve cooked up a storm of recipes to give you the very best in Amish kitchen cooking.
Most of our community has roots in Holmes County, Ohio, the largest Amish community in the world, which is renowned for its great meals. The 578 recipes in The Farmhouse Kitchen honor those great food traditions of our heritage.
17-year-old Miriam Miller is the youngest of three generations of Amish cooks. In the Wooden Spoon Cookbook she shares her favorites. Heirloom favorites like her grandmother’s Bob Andy Pie (see page 55), her mother’s Homemade Bread (see page 4), and her own Soft Batch Cookies (see page 95). Miriam is already well acquainted with the good feeling connected to her family’s (as well as their guests’) compliments after a delicious home-cooked meal.
Welcome to the warmth of her kitchen woodstove. Gather round the table to a hearty Amish meal. Experience life from the Wooden Spoon perspective!
Weddings are intimate once-in-a-lifetime events. In Wooden Spoon Wedding Cookbook, Miriam Miller an Amish bride from Holmes County, shares her entire wedding spread along with many personal memories of their wedding day.
You’re invited to enjoy the recipes for her wedding chicken (page 40), dressing (page 37) and all the other fixings of a typical Amish wedding main course. Here’s your invitation to the food at an Amish wedding. Enjoy Wooden Spoon Wedding Cookbook.