A fun and informative follow-up to Cooking from Quilt Country with largely the same focus and format. It might sound boring and well, done, but if you're looking to explore the nooks and crannies of American cuisine or if you want to just learn how to cook amazing meals with a lot of flavor and not a lot of cash on the table, these books should be on your shelf. Amish and Mennonite cooking is seriously some of the best American cooking out there.
From the Publisher:
A sequel to the classic Cooking from Quilt Country presents more than 175 cherished family recipes, ranging from hearty casseroles and main dishes to delectable desserts, set against the backdrop and traditions of Amish life.
About the Author:
Cookbook author, anthropologist and PBS celebrity, Marcia Adams was considered an expert in Amish cooking. Her five cookbooks included "Cooking from Quilt Country: Hearty Recipes from Amish and Mennonite Kitchens," "Marcia Adams' Heirloom Recipes: Yesterday's Favorites, Tomorrow's Treasures," and "Recipes Remembered." She also wrote two books about her heart transplant and recovery, "Heart to Heart" and "Heart Anew."
Release Date: 1997
Condition: Like new