99 Favorite Amish Recipes by Georgia Varozza

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99 Favorite Amish Recipes
Author – Georgia Varozza
Harvest House, August 1, 2015
128 pages
Cookbook

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From Goodreads:

The Amish are admired for their simple lives, their intricate quilts, their bold faith, and especially their homemade meals. Straight from the heart of Amish country, this new collection of hearty, wholesome recipes will remind you of the pleasures of the family table.

Learn to prepare easy and delicious dishes for your family, including caramel apple pie, farmer’s stew, shoofly pie, haystack supper, homemade noodles.

My thoughts:

I’m so glad I found this book because it has recipes that I loved when I was younger, but had lost over the years. One of them is a yummy pistachio delight dessert.

The book is divided into three main sections: Best-Ever Breakfasts, Meals and Snacks and Quick & Easy Dinners. The recipes are so good and easy to follow. There is even a recipe for making your own cottage cheese. I loved the way it was organized. At the beginning of each main section there is a bible verse and a prayer. There are awesome cookie and pie recipes. It’s a great cookbook for creating sell-out bake sale items and it’s available for either the kindle or in a spiral-bound format.

A kindle edition of this book was given to me by Harvest House Publishers through NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion of the book.

 

Other books by Georgia Varozza

The Amish Canning Cookbook
The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook
The Amish Baking Cookbook
What the Amish Can Teach Us About the Simple Life
501 Time-Saving Tips Every Woman Should Know

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