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Friday, June 08, 2007

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kathie

I have to admit that I agree with the Amazon reviewer. To try Amish cooking at its best, use "Cooking with Wisdom" by Marvin Wengerd (Carlisle Press ~ same as Horse and Buggy cookbook). Mr. Wengerd also publishes the popular "Keepers at Home" magazine that I enjoy. Here in Maryland, our plain community is trying to go healthy and get away from the mixes and dyes. However, "Cooking with the Horse and Buggy People" is probably a fair representation of the amish in general. If you'd like the address of Keepers at Home let me know. I'm looking forward to your pictures of the recipes! ~ Kathie

Abigail

That sounds like a fun place to visit! :-)

Cindi

I need to go home. Every time I have been lately has been on a Sunday and I miss the cheese shop being open. Sorry, my parents don't have a scripture sign in their yard.

Tammy

Enjoy your purchases!!

When we are getting a review of the church planting conference?I read Scott Brown online and he mentions people from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia-we know who that was.

michelle

Sounds like a wonderful place to live and visit. Quite different than here on the west coast.

I like the idea of a scripture sign. I will have to think about that. Thanks!

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