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The Wooden Spoon Cookbook

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Compiled by a 17-year old Amish girl, this cookbook contains over 500 heirloom recipes, collected from family and friends. Author Miriam Miller also includes stories of her life, poetry she has written and "wooden spoon wisdom" throughout the book.
  • Breads, soups, pies, desserts, main dishes and more
  • Authentic Amish cooking
  • Spiral bound
  • 8-1/2" x 5-1/2"
  • 194 pp.
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THE WOODEN SPOON COOKBOOK DESCRIPTION

Table of Contents

  • Breads and Rolls
  • Main Dishes
  • Soups
  • Pies
  • Cakes and Cookies
  • Desserts
  • Snacks and Candy
  • Miscellaneous
  • Index

Excerpt from page 40

Potato Soup
1 qt. diced potatoes 2 Tbsp. butter
2 lb. hamburger 4 Tbsp. flour
water
Cook potatoes in a large saucepan; fry hamburger in butter. Sprinkle flour over top of meat and mix. Add water to make a gravy. Bring to a boil and add to potatoes. Serve over crackers or bread. Canned hamburger works fine.

Customer Reviews of The Wooden Spoon Cookbook
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 1/12/2010
said: Eva
"I received my order today and was so excite to see this book. I am so impressed with it that tonight I will be making husband a carrot cake. I cannot not tell you how thrilled and impressed I am with this cookbook!"
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- 1/1/2010
said: jann Hehn
"Great basic cookbook! Lots of simple recipes to make great dinners, lunches or goodies!"
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- 4/28/2011
said: Zachary
"While I do like several of the recipes in this book; the book itself is not what I expected. From the description I expected less "modern" type ingredients like velveeta cheese and such. I guess I just expected it to be more healthy and less like a regular cookbook. I would not classify very many of the ingredients as heirloom or authentic amish. The book is well written though, and does add the personal touch of having a lot of personal stores and memories in the book. If you are looking for a good healthy cookbook I would recommend "Wholesome Sugar-free cooking". I would recommend this book to the person just looking for an average cookbook."
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