In real life this seems to be a spiral bound book, which I quite like. The cover immediately appealed to me and this time I was not disappointed with the photos inside either (see my review of Simply Delicious Amish Cooking). That is until I noticed quite a few pixelated images which still had an iStockphoto watermark on them. I am not sure what is going on but if you buy an image you normally receive the image without a watermark, so I found this quite strange (and they were not pleasing to look at either).
The book is divided into various sections, from breads and rolls, jams and jellies to main dishes, desserts and miscellaneous. Interspersed between the recipes are little stories and tidbits about Amish life and quotes, some are from the Bible, some from other sources, some are trite, some nice. The book makes for an entertaining read even without the recipes.
Most of the main dishes are with meat, but I found lots of nice things among the other chapters. Especially a recipe for zucchini and carrot cake with a cream cheese frosting (see my post about that treat here) has caught my fancy. I will definitely give that one a try.
All in all, a nice cookbook with pretty pictures and some wisdom and information about the Amish thrown in.
Product info and buy link :
|Title||The best of Amish friends – Cookbook collection|
|Author||Wanda E. Brunstetter|
|I got this book from||the publisher via Netgalley|
|Buy link||Buy The best of Amish friends – Cookbook collection|
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Have you read this book? What did you think of it? I would love to hear other opinions.
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