Item description for Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Jams (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phyllis Pellman Good, Phillis Pellman Good & Rachel Thomas Pellman...
Overview Here are 12 cookbooks from Amish kitchens! The recipes overflow with the good, old-fashioned food which comes from some of the world's best cooks. From Shoofly Pie to Whoopie Pies, Beef Roast to Home Baked Beans, Scalloped Corn to Fried Tomatoes, and Peanut Butter Cookies to Creamy Rice Pudding, your mouth will water as you discover the recipes and hearty dishes in these small treasures. These handsome cookbooks have sold more than 800,000 copies!
Publishers Description The brief but heartfelt prayers in this whimsically illustrated book are the perfect compliment to any meal. Full of thanksgiving for the food we enjoy each day the simple prayers remember those who are less fortunate while celebrating the delicious nourishment we receive from the earth. A treasure for anyone who is grateful for all that they receive on a daily basis.A wonderful gift for children or adults.
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Studio: Good Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2001
Publisher Good Books
Series Cookbooks From Amish Kitchens
ISBN 1561482013 ISBN13 9781561482016
Availability 0 units.
More About Phyllis Pellman Good, Phillis Pellman Good & Rachel Thomas Pellman
Phyllis Good is a New York Times bestselling author whose books have sold more than 11 million copies.
With Fix-It and Forget-It NEW Cookbook, she launches "Phase 2" of her nationally acclaimed Fix-It and Forget-It slow-cooker cookbooks, several of which have appeared on The New York Times bestseller list, as well as the bestseller lists of USA Today and Publishers Weekly. In this book, Phyllis adds her voice, offering Tips and personal comments in "Why I like this recipe."
Good has authored many other cookbooks, growing out of her commitment to make it possible for everyone to cook, even if they have too little time or too little confidence. For a complete listing of her books, as well as her blog, and excerpts from and reviews of her books, visit www.Fix-ItandForget-It.com or www.GoodBooks.com.
Watch Phyllis' weekly cooking show, "Cooking with Phyllis" at www.youtube.com/CookingwithPhyllis.
Phyllis Good is Executive Editor at Good Books. (Good Books has published hundreds of titles by more than 135 authors.) She received her B.A. and M.A. in English from New York University. She and her husband, Merle, live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. They have two young-adult daughters, a son-in-law, and one very sweet little grandson.
Phyllis Pellman Good currently resides in Lancaster, in the state of Pennsylvania. Phyllis Pellman Good was born in 1948.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Jams (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens)?
The definition of "Old-Fashioned"... Sep 4, 2008
I have all of these adorable little 'Cook Books from Amish Kitchens', and have really enjoyed them. The are very small and simple... the complete opposite of a coffee-table/display-style cookbooks we see most often today. This is a thin pamphlet with matte paper and does not include interior photos of any recipes (excluding the cover). The text is in a handwritten-style font and clearly explained. The recipes are very homey with basic ingredients and techniques; nothing fancy. Simple, delicious recipes in a simple, small booklet. RECOMMENDED.
Fun small book Apr 16, 2002
I have to disagree with the previous review. Growing up in PA Dutch Country and spending 42 years there, more than 30 of them cooking these foods, I think this book is a fair representation. Lots of PA Dutch recipes use commercial mayonnaise and Jello (look in any amish/pa dutch/mennonite cookbook and you'll find salads made with Jello). We're not living in the dark ages anymore! Pineapples are available in almost every grocery store and the amish DO have refrigeration. All in all, I'd say this book was worth the money.
A disappointment Jul 31, 2001
Hard to believe this collection in 32 pages is really based on Amish ways. While I am not Amish and don't know a whole lot about their goings on, I find it hard to believe Pineapples (required in at least a couple recipes) grow in Ohio/Pennsylvania (or is their an Amish family living in Hawaii?). Some recipes called for orange and Strawberry jello, commercially prepared mayonaise, and a freezer (to store pickles in). This leads me to think the authors know less than I do about the Amish.
Excellent small jam book Jun 25, 2000
The bulk of the jams in the book are simple and quick( relatively) to prepare.
The directions are easy to follow and written at the level any begineer cook could follow. Most of the ingredients are easy to find (and you'd have most on hand probably if you were making Jam anyway).