The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals: More Than 900 Favorite Recipes to Share with Friends at Home or at Church by Phyllis Good, Louise Stoltzfus |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals: More Than 900 Favorite Recipes to Share with Friends at Home or at Church

The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals: More Than 900 Favorite Recipes to Share with Friends at Home or at Church

by Phyllis Good, Louise Stoltzfus
     
 

Favorite recipes to share with friends at home or at church. More than 800 recipes ranging from Sweet and Sour Baked Beans to Potluck Fondue, from Seven Layer Salad to Tarragon Mushrooms, from Amish Vanilla Pie to Tapioca Dessert, from Sloppy Joes to Chicken with Ginger, and from Homemade Rolls to Native Bannock. This practical, easy-to-use cookbook is full of

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Favorite recipes to share with friends at home or at church. More than 800 recipes ranging from Sweet and Sour Baked Beans to Potluck Fondue, from Seven Layer Salad to Tarragon Mushrooms, from Amish Vanilla Pie to Tapioca Dessert, from Sloppy Joes to Chicken with Ginger, and from Homemade Rolls to Native Bannock. This practical, easy-to-use cookbook is full of recipes which may be made without elaborate preparation. It contains ideas for finger foods, one-dish meals, health-conscious cooks, cross-cultural dishes, and small recipes for entertaining at home, as well as a few recipes large enough to serve several hundred people. All from the kitchens of a people known for their delectable cooking. Many North Americans no longer have time or space to cook bountiful feasts for large groups in their homes. Hence, the growing interest in potlucks, fellowship meals, and carry-in dinners. This practical, easy-to-use cookbook is full of recipes (more than 900!) which can be made without elaborate preparation. They work well for family and friends at home; they can be easily transported to church suppers. This is food for fellowship, all from the kitchens of a people known for their delectable cooking! Many North Americans no longer have time or space to cook bountiful feasts for large groups in their homes. Hence, the growing interest in potlucks, fellowship meals, and carry-in dinners. This practical, easy-to-use cookbook is full of recipes (more than 900!) which can be made without elaborate preparation. They work well for family and friends at home; they can be easily transported to church suppers. This is food for fellowship, all from the kitchens of a people known for their delectable cooking!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781561484096
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
12/15/2003
Series:
Cookbooks - Amish and Mennonite Series
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

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