Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Mennonite Community Cookbook

One of my guilty pleasures is collecting cookbooks, so when someone contacted me recently asking if I would be willing to review a cookbook for them I jumped at the chance to do so.

The Mennonite Community Cookbook is filled with over 1,100 authentic Amish/Mennonite recipes. Many of which I recognize of things we used to eat at Grandma's house. I can't wait to make some of the pudding recipes later this week, in fact I might just try the Cracker Pudding recipe first. It's something my children have yet to be introduced to, and I used to love it.

Old Fashioned Bean Soup, or as we used to call it; Bread Soup which is often served at some Amish church meals is included. Things like Snitz and Knepp, Fried Bread Cakes, Corn Meal Mush, Hasty Pudding, and Apple Fritters are only a few of the many things I can't wait to recreate from my childhood.

If anyone is looking for a collection of simple downhome/Amish recipes I would recommend this book to them.

It's available from www.heraldpress.com or you can call to order 1-800-245-7894

Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

  1. What an interesting book. I love the Mennonite and Amish recipes in a couple of books that I already have.


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