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"Weaver seems to have had a ripping good time unmasking the fake Pennsylvania Dutch tourist culture, with its hex signs (bogus) and windmiills (faux) and buffets designed to fill up busloads of tourists on a budget. . . . At the same time, Weaver has taken seriously his mission to rediscover the foods of his ancestors, interviewing hundreds of people over 30 years."—NPR's The Salt
It's a terrible book not at all accurate. Where he got this information it's not something I'd recommend to anyone. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas L. Martin
Was an ok read, but I thought it would have more recipes in it. Would not recommend buying it. Sections seemed to be lacking creditability.Published 8 months ago by Natalie M. Ferry
Very informative to this PA Dutchwomen. Like the historical background information presented. I bought the e version, should have got a hard copyPublished 12 months ago by James Giamotti
Very informative, both in the recipes and the historical roots and significance of each of them. A perfect gift for those who still think Amish are the only "Pennsylvania... Read morePublished 13 months ago by T. M. Snyder
Didn't like the book. Didn't want a story, but lots and lots of recipes with the folklore of the Pennsylvania Dutch. Did not like it at all.Published 17 months ago by Sharon King