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eBook The Beverly Lewis Amish Heritage Cookbook (Large Print Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0739442848
  • Author: Beverly Lewis
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers; Large Print Edition edition (2004)
  • Pages: 301 pages
  • ePUB size: 1777 kb
  • FB2 size 1164 kb
  • Formats doc lrf docx mbr


Amish Recipes from the Collection of Beverly Lewis A homespun, authentic collection of Amish recipes collected over the years by Beverly Lewis.

Amish Recipes from the Collection of Beverly Lewis A homespun, authentic collection of Amish recipes collected over the years by Beverly Lewis. Many are from her grandmother and other family members as well as dear friends from the Amish world she writes about with such power and authenticity. The additional Amish sayings and line drawings make for an appealing gift.

From Beverly Lewis and Amish Country. to You! Bestselling author Beverly Lewis has captivated the imaginations of countless readers with her powerful, heartwarming novels of Amish life. She married Omar Neff Buchwalter who was a Mennonite and the couple was no longer welcome in Ada's family.

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Start by marking The Beverly Lewis Amish Heritage Cookbook as Want to Read . Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award-winning author for over a dozen years

Start by marking The Beverly Lewis Amish Heritage Cookbook as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award-winning author for over a dozen years. Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher's Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category. Her books have appeared on numerous bestselle Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.

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I enjoy Beverly Lewis' books and this cook book wasn't a disappointment. I have been looking for heritage recipes of Amish country for a family project. This is a wonderful cookbook collection of mostly Amish recipes. sweets1952, June 26, 2008. My only complaint is there are "modern"recipes like refried bean dip. I realize the Amish shop like everyone and use modern recipes like everyone else, but an Amish cookbook should have Amish recipes,heritage or modern.

I would recommend this book to any one who loves to cook and loves Beverly Lewis' books. I bought several as gifts. com User, March 18, 2007. I love the receipes in it. I have tried some of them and they are really good.

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Painwind
I can't vouch for the authenticity of Beverly Lewis' Amish Heritage Cookbook but her grandmother, Ada Groff (Ranck) was raised as an Old Order Amish. She married Omar Neff Buchwalter who was a Mennonite and the couple was no longer welcome in Ada's family. The couple went onto to live the Christian life and part of Ada's ministry was the gift of hospitality wrote Lewis. Her cookbook is filled with Ada's recipes and as the author writes:

"I am truly indebted to my grandmother for her shining example --- as well as for the wealth of recipes she has passed on to the family...and now to you, my loyal readers!"

Some of the recipes you will find in her cookbook include:

Lemon Jubilee Punch
Green Tomato Bread
Pecan Rolls
Baked Oatmeal
Chocolate Waffles
Cream Cake and Filling
Hot Water Sponge Cake
Apple Snitz Snack
Peanut Butter Balls
Date or Raisin Cookies
Hermits
Snickerdoodles
Angel's Salad
Rhubarb Sauce
Cocoa Fluff Icing
Adah Peachey's Rhubarb Jam
Amish Meat Loaf
Pork Chops with Rice
Amish Fried Chicken
Chicken and Waffles
Baked Shad
Indiana Shoofly Pie
Baby Pearl Tapioca
Homemade Mayonnaise Dressing
Cabbage, Pepper and Carrot Salad
Perfection Salad
Stuffed Tomatoes with Cottage Cheese
Noodles and Butter
Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Corn Soup
Beets
Mashed Potatoes

Recommend.
Burilar
If you've read many books about the Amish and their lifestyle, you know they do a lot of baking and cooking; that they cook from scratch and use healthy, natural (whole grains, etc) ingredients. For avid readers of Amish lifestyles, this cookbook will be a welcome delight. The recipes are largely referenced in books written by Beverly Lewis, however, as with American (and other) cuisine, many are standard, miscellaneous recipes. A great collection of recipes at a fair price!
CopamHuk
I have had this cookbook for several years and purchased this one as a gift. Great recipes in there. Advise any one to buy this is they are interested in the Amish and their lives. I read every book available about them. Beverly Lewis a great author.
Sagda
I got 2 of these. One was supposed to be for my Gram for Christmas. She LOVES Beverly Lewis's Amish books. She saw it when it came so I told her she could "peek" at it. Needless to say 2 days later and she has went through the whole thing! She loves it! She had my order another one for her daughter in law!
Memuro
Let me just say that I haven't tried any of the difficult recipes yet (where the ingredients and directions are listed separately), but I will only be using about 5% of the total book (which is okay as I am a selective eater). I was, however, greatly disappointed that there was not a single recipe for whoopie pies (when I find a good recipe, I'll post it).

I was also disappointed at how many recipes called for highly processed foods, like canned cream soups (which contain MSG and a variety of health-harming additives, preservatives, etc.)--one recipe even calls for Miracle Whip to make mayonnaise! (I thought Miracle Whip was (italic) mayonnaise!). Perhaps Mrs. Lewis was trying to make the book more Englischer-friendly by calling for prepared foods, but the one thing I love about Amish cuisine is the lack of processed foods in their diet, with the exception of flour, sugar, etc. I believe sugar is one of the ingredients in over 50% of the recipes (not even counting the desserts section), but again, that's okay because to substitute the sugar out for say, xylitol (a wood sugar that is natural, unlike Splenda, is lower in calories and actually good for your teeth) would be to unauthenticize (I do not think that is a word but I will use it anyway) the Amishness (not a word either probably) of the recipes, and I can always tweak them to suit me, which most people do anyway.

For example, the recipe for baked eggs gave me the idea of how to cut the time it takes to make Eggs Benedict in half, and to me, this alone is worth the price of the book, as this is my very favorite breakfast dish. The excerpts from her books are a nice touch and I love the spiral binding--this should be a standard for all cookbooks.
Lucam
I got this book after looking at a copy my Mother has. Since getting this book, I have used a few recipes. True, not all the recipes are from "scratch". And yes, there are a few modern ingredients that cut down on the prep or cooking time. I find this to be a good thing! There is an excerpt in the book that states "certain recipes have been modified or updated from the Old Order way of doing things for the benefit of non-Amish cooks who may have less time to spend in the kitchen." Also, now a days, Amish do use canned goods and do shop at stores for some ingredients. They also don't cook EVERYTHING from scratch. And yes, I do have two Amish families in my neighborhood. In the end, there are some tasty recipes in this book that are more traditional or old fashioned and enjoyable to prepare that most cookbooks today don't have. Also, if you have read Beverly Lewis' books, you will enjoy the little extras in this cookbook. If you are looking for a traditional Amish cookbook with things completely from scratch, keep looking.
Nuadora
Beverly Lewis fans as well as those wanting something a bit different to cook will really enjoy this cookbook. I am not the best cook and need recipes that are clear and don't assume you know all the "fancy" terms. With this cookbook you'll have clear directions as well as some thoughts about the recipe. Readers of her books will recognize these recipes as ones mentioned in her fictional stories. I made the Shoo Fly Pie with a 10 yr. old, allowing her to actually be the one making it. Never having tasted it before I wasn't sure what to expect. It's very sweet so a little slice goes a long way, but it was especially enjoyed by my husband. There are many recipes just like that one in here. You won't be disappointed.
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