Amish-Country Cookbook

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Anita Yoder, Bob Miller, Sue Miller
Evangel Publishing House, Nov 1, 2002 - Cooking - 320 pages
2 Reviews
This new volume in the Amish-Country Cookbook series includes more than 500 new recipes using simple ingredients, basic cooking methods, and inspirational thoughts on Christian hospitality.

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Review: Amish-Country Cookbook: Volume 2 (Spiral Edition)

User Review  - Jane Thompson - Christianbook.com

Great recipes with items you have in your cupboard. Love the stories about the Amish lifestyles. I have enjoyed volumes I & III now I have the complete set. Read full review

Review: Amish-Country Cookbook: Volume 1 (Spiral Edition)

User Review  - Janice Hurst - Christianbook.com

LOVE it!!! I own this book, gave the current one as a Christmas gift and she also loves it! Read full review

About the author (2002)

Bob & Sue Miller grew up in a small Amish community in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Christian teaching and good home cooking were part of their upbringing, a heritage which continued when they established their own home.
In 1971 the Millers opened Das Dutchman Essenhaus, a six-day Amish restaurant, complete with Amish and Mennonite cooks and wait-staff.
What began as a small restaurant has expanded into one of Indiana's largest and finest restaurants, a bakery, a country inn, numerous shops, and a wholesale food business; employing as many as 450 during the tourist season.

Bob & Sue Miller grew up in a small Amish community in Ohio. Christian teaching and good home cooking were part of their upbringing, a heritage which continued when they established their own home.
In the late 1960's the Millers purchased property on US 20 in Middlebury, Indiana. Back then it was a truck stop, but they saw other possibilities. After renovation, the restaurant re-opened as Das Dutchman Essenhaus, a six-day Amish restaurant, complete with Amish and Mennonite cooks and wait-staff.
What began as a small restaurant has expanded into one of Indiana's largest and finest restaurants, a bakery, a country inn, numerous shops, and a wholesale food business, employing up to 450 during tourist season.
After enjoying a memorable dining experience, many guests ask about the unique recipes prepared in the Essenhaus kitchens. The Millers have responded with cookbooks containing their own original recipes and others gathered from their employees.

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