Amish Christmas Cookbook: Authentic Favorites from Three Generations of Amish Cooks
Anna Kauffman (Author) Linda Byler (Author)
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Description100 authentic Amish Christmas treats to share with loved ones this holiday season.
Gathered from interviews with real Amish grandmothers, tattered recipe boxes, and old books and diaries, here is an assortment of delicious baked goods, casseroles, snacks, and other festive treats that have been and continue to be popular in eastern Pennsylvania, particularly in the Lancaster area. Christmas is a special time in Amish country--candles in the windows, preparations for the school Christmas play, and gas-powered ovens filling homes with the smells of home-baked goodness. Now you too can experience the warm, comforting recipes of old order Amish cooks. Prepare to make wonderful treats such as:
- Shoofly Pie
- Molasses Cookies
- Frosted Cinnamon Rolls
- Church Peanut Butter Marshmallow Spread
- Breakfast Casserole
- Baked French Toast
- Red Beet Eggs
- Christmas Salad
- Christmas Cake
- "Roasht" or Chicken Filling
- Potpie Noodles
- Oatmeal Whoopie Pies
- And more!
With simple ingredients and instructions that are easy to follow, you'll find yourself whipping up new mealtime traditions for your loved ones this holiday season.
September 07, 2021
7.5 X 8.9 X 0.8 inches | 1.5 pounds
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About the Author
Linda Byler grew up Amish and is an active member of the Amish church today. She is the author of several bestselling fiction series and Christmas novels, all set in the Amish world. Well-known within the Amish community as a columnist for a weekly Amish newspaper, she lives near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Laura Anne Lapp is the author of Amish Butters, Salsas & Spreads, Amish Canning & Preserving, and An Amish Garden. A member of the Amish church, she lives with her husband and three young sons in a tucked-away valley in central Pennsylvania. Before her marriage, she was a teacher in an Amish school for eight years.