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A collection of old fashioned recipes from the Mennonite community There are over 1,100 delicious recipes in this collection Everything is made from scratch. Three generations of Irwin cooks have used this My grandmother, my mother, and now me Quite simply, this my favorite cookbook The meatloaf recipe saved me from having to admit to my Aunt Mary that I didn t know how to cook meatloaf More importantly, it saved me from the 30 minute long lecture on how she would cook it. This is still on my shelf unlike many others So I will be reevaluating it throughout this year I did not get rid of it, but nor do I remember it or any recipe from it Maybe I held onto it for a sauerkraut recipe This is not our mom s, nor our grandmother s nor maybe even your great grandmother s cookbook These are mostly old, authentic, traditional recipes that have been passed down for generations I even found a few that I thought were lost You ll be using the freshest ingredients since only a rare few call for a can of anything And, in case you need it, there is a spot at the back with instructions on what to cook for a barnraising, enough for 175 men There aretips and general suggestions a This is not our mom s, nor our grandmother s nor maybe even your great grandmother s cookbook These are mostly old, authentic, traditional recipes that have been passed down for generations I even found a few that I thought were lost You ll be using the freshest ingredients since only a rare few call for a can of anything And, in case you need it, there is a spot at the back with instructions on what to cook for a barnraising, enough for 175 men There aretips and general suggestions as well, which I found as interesting as the recipes This is the book I used when I learned to cook and I go to it often I have my grandma s copy and that makes it special because she taught me to love to cook. Great cookbook with a lots of traditional recipes It s a little hard to read and choose as there are a lot of recipes and no photos of finished food Some recipes are simple and could use further instruction. Best Shoo Fly Pie recipe Also the chicken pot pie Classic cooking I don t think I could live without this cook book It is beyond fabulous It was the Ph.D dissertation for a home economics major in 1950 Iowa She traveled all over the United States and Europe for a compendium of recipes that best represented the cooking of people of her culture and faith I still use a sweet bread recipe that was 150 years old in 1950 Some good things never change This book speaks to an era when most people lived on farms, and every part of the animal was utilized If you I don t think I could live without this cook book It is beyond fabulous It was the Ph.D dissertation for a home economics major in 1950 Iowa She traveled all over the United States and Europe for a compendium of recipes that best represented the cooking of people of her culture and faith I still use a sweet bread recipe that was 150 years old in 1950 Some good things never change This book speaks to an era when most people lived on farms, and every part of the animal was utilized If you couldn t make shoes our of it, or tan it, by gosh you could make sausage just don t skimp on the herbs She has wonderful cakes, pies, puddings, roasts, but the real thrill is reading the recipes of things you would not make in a million years Scrambled pig pancreas, anyone Horse Oysters Maybe I exaggerate, but it s fun I was so crazy about I picked up a second copy like new at a resale shop, for my daughters Too bad Either they won t cook or they go to the internet They are cooking illiterates, as far as I am concerned, being unwilling to take the time to study recipes in detail and compare them with the reverence they deserve They can bury me with my copy `Free Epub ☞ Mennonite Community Cookbook ⇔ Mennonite Community Cookbook by Dr Mary Emma Showalter rolls up nostalgia, simple cooking, and hearty dishes into one package that s sure to produce blue ribbons at the county fair Old fashioned cooking and traditional values thread through this book of food history, frequent Pennsylvania Dutch favorites, and stories of beloved relationships The brainchild of Dr Mary Emma Showalter, this mother of all Mennonite cookbooks, brings a touch of Mennonite culture and hospitality to any home that relishes great cooking Original directions like a dab of cinnamon or ten blubs of molasses have been standardized to help you get the same wonderful individuality and flavor A classic collection of than , recipes older versions are now collector s items , this cookbook provides a roadmap for families wanting to cook from scratch Nearly half a million copies sold on the th anniversary of its original printing