- Hardcover: 192 pages
- Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing; Hardback Hidden Spiral edition (January 9, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1565238788
- ISBN-13: 978-1565238787
- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 1.5 x 10.8 inches
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Amish Community Cookbook: Simply Delicious Recipes from Amish and Mennonite Homes (Fox Chapel Publishing) 294 Easy, Authentic, Old-Fashioned Recipes of Hearty Comfort Food; Lay-Flat Spiral Binding Hardcover – January 9, 2017
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Traditional recipes to warm the heart, handed down from generation to generation.
Food to Nourish the Soul
294 recipes for everything from apple dumplings to zwiebach.
- Drinks & Appetizers
- Soups & Salads
- Casseroles & Mains
- Sides & Vegetables
- Breads & Breakfast
- Canning Recipes
- Jams & Jellies
- Desserts & Sweets
Hearty, Simple, Delicious Food from Amish & Mennonite Homes
294 Authentic Country Recipes
The Amish Community Cookbook offers an endless array of traditional appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, casseroles, breads, & desserts. Beyond the delectable flavors, this is food that offers something to nourish the soul. One taste and you'll see why these recipes have been bringing families and communities together at the table for generations.
- 294 recipes
- 100+ color photos
- Hardback hidden spiral binding lies flat on your countertop
- 10% of proceeds supports Amish & Mennonite charities
Hearty recipes to bring your family together at the table
Breads and Breakfast Foods
Friendship bread, funnel cake, soft pretzels, and baked oatmeal, start your day off right with these filling Amish & Mennonite breakfast treats.
Side Dishes and Vegetables
Scalloped corn, Amish potatoes, baked beans, and even homemade noodles, you'll find plenty of delicious side dishes to choose from.
Casseroles and Main Dishes
Stews, meatloaf, chicken pot pie, pork and sauerkraut—find your favorite old-fashioned, stick-to-your-ribs Amish dinner recipe inside.
Desserts and Sweets
From apple pies to mincemeat, learn to make your own marshmallows, peanut brittle, taffy, and whoopie pies with the rich, traditional recipes in this book.
From bread & butter pickles to pickled watermelon rind, chow chow to pickled beets, all your favorite Amish canned delights can be found inside, along with simple instructions and helpful tips. There is even a recipe for gooseberry ketchup.
Jams & Jellies
Soups & Salads
Drinks & Appetizers
From the Back Cover
Discover Real Comfort Food with these Authentic Country Recipes
Filled with favorite recipes gathered from Amish cooks across the United States and Canada, Amish Community Cookbook will have you preparing delicious, down-to-earth dishes your family will request again and again.
The Amish people are renowned for their rich agricultural heritage, strong community spirit, and good old-fashioned, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food. This treasury of beloved recipes expresses their close connection to the land and reliance on fresh, natural ingredients.
The Amish Community Cookbook offers an endless array of traditional appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, casseroles, breads, and desserts. Beyond the delicious, hearty taste, this is food that offers something to nourish the soul. One taste and you'll see why these recipes have been bringing families and communities together at the table for generations.
It's no secret that delicious food comes out of the Amish-Mennonite tradition. This cookbook has it all. An authentic collection of delightful treats that will be a staple in your kitchen.
—Suzanne Woods Fisher, best-selling author of Amish fiction and nonfiction, and host of the radio show Amish Wisdom
A Sampling of Amish Favorites:
- Apple Dumplings
- Baked Corn
- Bread and Butter Pickles
- Brown Butter Noodles
- Chicken Pot Pie
- Corn Soup with Rivels
- Dutch Potato Soup
- Ham Loaf
- Pork and Sauerkraut
- Red Beet Eggs
- Red Velvet Cake
- "Wet-Bottom" Shoofly Pie
About the Author
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a global, nonprofit organization that strives to share God's love and compassion for all through relief, development and peace. MCC serves in more than fifty countries around the world, reaching out to those who have been struck by war, famine, and natural disaster by providing food and other aid. Each year, Mennonite relief sales raise close to five million dollars for the support of MCC's relief efforts around the world. Almost all of the recipes in this book were collected from relief sales, and include some of the favorite dishes from those events.
Carole Roth Giagnocavo has collaborated on four Amish and Mennonite cookbooks for Fox Chapel Publishing: Treasured Mennonite Recipes, More Treasured Mennonite Recipes, Treasured Amish & Mennonite Recipes, and Amish Community Cookbook. Carole is the publisher of Design Originals, one of the world's leading publishers of books for artists and crafters. A former elementary school teacher, she comes from a long line of great Mennonite cooks.
Katie Weeber has been managing editor at Fox Chapel Publishing, a leading publisher of illustrated non-fiction books and magazines for craft, hobby, and do-it-yourself enthusiasts. Fox Chapel crafts information for a hands-on world, by publishing high quality, tightly focused, and reasonably priced books.
Joel Kratzer's photography can be seen on The Gray Boxwood (thegrayboxwood.com), a site based amid Amish and Mennonite communities in eastern Iowa.