Item description for Best Of Mennonite Fellowship Meals by Phyllis Pellman Good & Louise Stoltzfus...
Overview Many people no longer have time to entertain and cook for large groups of people in their homes. Hence, the growing interest in potlucks, fellowship meals and carry-in dinners. Here are 900 recipes ranging from Sweet and Sour Baked Beans to Amish Vanilla Pie, perfect for sharing with friends at home or at church.
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Studio: Good Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.08" Width: 6.97" Height: 0.82" Weight: 1.07 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2001
Publisher STL/FAITHWORKS #617
ISBN 1561480487 ISBN13 9781561480487
Availability 0 units.
More About Phyllis Pellman Good & Louise Stoltzfus
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 Best Of Mennonite Fellowship Meals?
Great basic ideas Sep 12, 2008
A great book for cooking ahead. I find I use it a lot in planning meals that I need to take somewhere or planning meals I need to have cooked well before dinner time. The only nit-pick I'd have is that there are a lot of "variations on a theme" recipes, but this could also be seen as a positive
The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals Dec 14, 2005
I use this book all of the time. Most of the recipes are items most people who like to cook will have on their shelves or in their refrigerators. Have given this book as a gift three times because I love the recipes!
Carolyn S. Cecil Lincoln, IL
The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals May 6, 2005
This cookbook is the best one I have in my collection. I use it almost weekly. Espically when I have to prepare a dish for a crowd. It has over 900 recipies from the wonderful Amish people. Not only does it have unbelievable recipies but it has cooking tips and ideas for meals. The recipies are simple and very easy to understand. I would recommend this cookbook to anyone.
Highly recommended! Oct 24, 2004
One of my favorite traditions is the church fellowship meal - where each family brings a dish to pass, and the whole congregation gathers together to eat in Christian fellowship. This wonderful book is a collection of over 900 recipes (I took the author's word for it, I am NOT going to try to count them!) that were collected from Mennonite churches across the United States.
The main part of the book is divided into seven sections: 1) breads, rolls and muffins, 2) soups, 3) salads (vegetable, meat & fruit), 4) main dishes (vegetable, chicken, ground beef, turkey, ham, sausage, seafood, other meats, bean & pasta), 5) breakfast foods, 6) pies and tarts, 7) cakes, 8) bars and cookies, 9) desserts and candies, 10) appetizers and snacks, 11) cheeses and dips, and 12) beverages. But, that's not all; there are also three fascinating chapters on one-pot meals, "if you do not cook," and "time savers, space savers and other hints."
This is a great book, with lots of wonderful, easy to read and follow recipes. So far, my wife and I have made the Mexican Salad (p.65), the Almond Chicken (p.113), and the Double Chocolate Crumble Bars (p.215) - all of which were great. We love this book, and highly recommend it to you!
The most used cookbook Dec 4, 2003
I have a fairly large collection of cookbooks and this is the one that has the pages falling out and corners all bent over. I've used it until it has started to fall apart. Its not poor quality. Its well used. This cookbook is lent out more than its in my cabinet. These are down home recipes that make use of commom ingredients. There are even recipes for large gatherings and I also like the helpful tips that are included through out. I was on line today looking to purchase a copy of this book for a friend who is a frequent borrower. I'm gonna buy a new copy for myself very soon. Highly recommended.