Cook Books from Amish Kitchens: Casseroles by Phyllis Good, Phillis Pellman Good
We suspect that casseroles were first created in the kitchens of conscientious cooks who came up on suppertime, having no chance to make the roast or mash the potatoes. All the eat-ers around the table agreed they worked. Those are the recipes we offer here. Sturdy and basic. Now and then a surprise. Economical. But satisfyingly filling. One of 12 cookbooks from Amish kitchens! The recipes in this series overflow with the good, old-fashioned food which comes from some of the world's best cooks. These handsome cookbooks have sold more than 800,000 copies!
Table of Contents Crunchy Hot Chicken Casserole Baked Chicken and Rice Chicken Spaghetti Country Chicken Supper Chicken Broccoli Casserole Chicken Macaroni Dinner Chicken Corn Pie "Friday Night" Meat Pie Lazy Day Stew Sausage and Apple Casserole Six Layer Sausage Casserole Truckpatch Dinner Vegetable Cheese Casserole Mother's Tomato Rice Pie Stuffed Cabbage Cabbage Hamburger Bake Beef, Corn, and Noodles Cheese Souffle Baked Carrots and Apples Carrot Casserole Scalloped Potatoes Green Beans and Potatoes Zucchini Casserole Zucchini Scallop Tuna Noodle Casserole Easy Tuna Fondue Egg Strata Macaroni and Cheese Macaroni Dried Beef Casserole Dairyland Casserole
The Goods are the parents of two daughters and are members of the Landisville Mennonite Church.
Rachel Thomas Pellman is the manager of the Old Country Store in Intercourse, Pennsylvania, which features quilts, crafts, and toys by more than 200 Amish and Mennonite craftspersons. Rachel and her husband, Kenny, are co-authors of The World of Amish Quilts and its companion book, Amish Quilt Patterns.
Rachel and Kenny are the parents of one son and are members of the Rossmere Mennonite Church.