Item description for Amish-Country Cookbook: Volume 2 by Bob Miller & Sue Miller...
Overview Das Dutchman Essenhaus Restaurant in Middlebury, Indiana, entertains thousands of visitors each year. They come to taste dozens of authentic Amish dishes like Rhubarb Butter Crunch and Shoo-Fly Pie. Restaurant owners Bob and Sue Miller share some of their favorite Amish recipes, along with traditional Midwestern fare, in the Amish-Country Cookbooks
Publishers Description Amish people know the art of simple, frugal living. 'That's especially true of Amish cooking. The Amish have learned how to use simple ingredients to make sumptuous meals that delight their families and visitors. Evangel's four Amish-Country Cookbooks reveal the simple secrets of Amish cooking and share the hospitality customs of the "plain folk." Each volume contains over 500 unique recipes with cooking tips. Scripture reading, and country lore. Two binding options, wire spiralbond with washable cover or lay-flat paperback with stain-resistant laminated cover. Bonus section on Amish beliefs and customs in the Otabind edition.
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Studio: Evangel Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.28" Width: 6.25" Height: 1.05" Weight: 1.04 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2003
Publisher EVANGEL PUBLISHING HOUSE #559
ISBN 1928915442 ISBN13 9781928915447
Availability 0 units.
More About Bob Miller & Sue Miller
Bob & Sue Miller grew up in a small Amish community in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Christian teaching and good home cooking were part of their upbringing, a heritage which continued when they established their own home. In 1971 the Millers opened Das Dutchman Essenhaus, a six-day Amish restaurant, complete with Amish and Mennonite cooks and wait-staff. What began as a small restaurant has expanded into one of Indiana's largest and finest restaurants, a bakery, a country inn, numerous shops, and a wholesale food business; employing as many as 450 during the tourist season.
Bob Miller currently resides in Middlebury. Bob Miller was born in 1943.
Reviews - What do customers think about Amish-Country Cookbook Volume 2?
Simple and Delicious Nov 3, 2006
This is one of the best cookbooks around! The recipes are simple and very delicious. Most of the ingredients are probably already in your cupboard. The best thing about this cookbook is that it has a large variety of recipes to choose from. This book also includes unique, yet profound sayings which are filled with wisdom and laughter. Out of all the cookbooks I own, I love this one the best! It's the one I grab when I don't feel like going grocery shopping for a hundred small items that I will never use again. If you have to choose just one cookbook for your life...choose this one!
You'll love it Jan 14, 2006
Not only is this cookbook filled with lots of simple and easy to make recipes, but the anecdotes and quotes that fill it are wonderful. My grandmother didn't put it down until she had read the entire book that night!
Amish Country Cookbook Nov 16, 2001
This book is great, has many easy recipies with ingredients you have at your home. A+++