Published by Shiloh Run Press on February 1st 2018
Also by this author: The Seekers, The Farmers' Market Mishap, The Blessing, The Beloved Christmas Quilt: Three Stories of Family, Romance, and Amish Faith
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About this Book
Amish Cooking Basic Enough for Beginners
Fans of New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter’s Amish romance novels are invited to go back to cooking basics with characters from the bestselling Amish Cooking Class series. Heidi Troyer, her students, and other contributors share over 200 practical recipes for use in any kitchen, along with tips to keep things running smoothly. From learning how to boil eggs and knead biscuits to building a German Pizza and an Amish Haystack feast, The Amish Cooking Class Cookbook includes something beneficial for every age and skill set. Divided into traditional cookbook categories, there is a recipe everyone will find to love.
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Wanda E. Brunstetter has created a unique set of characters and stories in her Amish Cooking Class series. Through these books, we have connected with Heidi Troyer as she hosted cooking classes for a number of individuals. Not only did she teach them to cook, but she also helped them through situations they were facing. Now, in the Amish Cooking Class Cookbook, we have the opportunity to learn from Heidi, characters from the book, and true-life Amish contributors.
There are 250 recipes in this book, and I loved the way we get recipes from different characters from the series. I found this to be a unique approach and help this cookbook stand out from the many other Amish cookbooks out there.
Another aspect of this cookbook I loved are the basic cooking instructions. We get tips on how to measure a dash of something compared to a pinch. We also learn how to boil potatoes, cook rice, and boil chicken.
With over 200 recipes to choose from, there was a very nice selection of recipes. I particularly liked the recipes for dog treats. These recipes tied into the series and the Troyer's dog.
I loved the way this cookbook gave me a number of recipes to try and took me deeper into the series through the recipes from the characters. Not only was this a delightful cookbook, it was also unique and made for a nice addition to my cookbook collection.