Pennsylvania Dutch and their cookery

their history, art, accomplishments, also a broad collection of their food recipes
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Statementby J. George Frederick.
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LC ClassificationsF160.G3 F74, TX725 .F7
The Physical Object
Pagination275 p. :
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Open LibraryOL6334229M
LC Control Number36005622
OCLC/WorldCa3744593

This is a book that contains many old recipes that offer a lesson in the culture of the PA Dutch community, containing culinary favorites of a specific region of our country. PA Dutch cooking is very delicious, and the recipes in this book are not difficult to replicate in spite of being so wonderful/5(21).

This book is about the history, art, accomplishments of Pennsylvania Dutch Cookery. It is also a broad collection of their food recipes. Chapters include Dutch Soups, Meat Dishes, Eggs & Custards, Sea Food, Pies, Dumplings, and The Dutch "Seven Sweets and Seven Sours".

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George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d'oeuvres to desserts. Over recipes for apple soup, liver dumplings, shrimp wiggle, spaetzle, and more.

of Pennsylvania Dutch and their cookery book Dutch Cooking Recipe book Here's page 1, and pages 2 and 3 have the history of Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking. The page is faded on the right, Pennsylvania Dutch and their cookery book was done when they printed it unfortunately.

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The Pennsylvania Dutch (Pennsilfaanisch-Deitsche), also referred to as the Pennsylvania Germans, are a cultural group formed by early German-speaking immigrants to Pennsylvania and their descendants.

The word Dutch refers to the German settlers, known endonymically as Deitsch (in the principal dialect they spoke, Palatine German) or Deutsch (in standard German); it does not refer to. 1. Regional Cookery and the Pennsylvania Dutch 2. Pennsylvania Dutch Soups 3. Various Dutch Oddities 4.

Dutch Meat Dishes 5. Dutch Ways with Eggs and Custards 6. Dutch Vegetable Dishes 7. Ways with Philadelphia Scrapple 8. The Dutch and Sea Food 9. Dutch Salads Pennsylvania Dutch Pies "Dutch Dumplings, Fritters, Pancakes, Etc." /5(12).

Old Amish recipes for easy Amish Amish food recipes are old, authentic and easy to make whether you are homesteading or not. Bake, Preserve and Cook your way into an Amish kitchen. The Amish, also known as the plain people, have shunned most of modern technology for more simple lifestyle.

The Pennsylvania Dutch are a hard working people and an Amish saying is, "Them that. PENNSYLVANIA Dutch COOKERY. In the Plain Sects began to arrive in William Penn’s Colony seeking a land of peace and plenty.

They were a mixed people; Moravians from Bohemia and Moravia, Mennonites from Switzerland and Holland, the Amish, the Dunkards, the Schwenkfelds, and the French Huguenots. While Dutch regional cookery is not, in my opinion, without some faults and limitations, this is true of any other regional cookery, even the southern; but the recipes in this book should make clear why Dutch cookery in my humble opinion, has points of superiority to any regional cookery in America.

CHAPTER 2. Pennsylvania Dutch SoupsBrand: Dover Publications. Additional Details. Description: Visitors to the Pennsylvania Dutch country in Pennsylvania are usually delighted with the unique food tradition that survives there among the hills and small, well-tended tely based on the rich cookery of the peasants and small townsmen of the Rhineland and Switzerland, "Dutch" cookery has expanded into the new foodstuffs and materials that America.

Pennsylvania Dutch cookery their history, art, accomplishments, also a broad collection of their food recipes. by J. George Frederick Published by Business Bourse in New York.

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Lancaster County Cookbook showcases recipes. Pennsylvania Dutch Cookery has a long reputation for amazing food. Here in this regional community cookbook, residents of the region share their recipes with cooks everywhere. Each recipe contains.

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Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by J. George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d'oeuvres to desserts.

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Publisher Description Download  Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking, a cookbook dedicated to bringing the traditional recipes of the German-speaking people right to your kitchen. The Pennsylvania Dutch are recognized for their indisputable work-ethic and ample meals, hence the Dutch saying, “Them that works hard, eats hearty.”.

The Amish Cook – Lovina Eicher, aka “The Amish Cook”, is probably the best-known culinary source among the Amish, enjoying a national following. With her editor Kevin Williams, she has published a number of cookbooks, such as The Amish Cook’s Baking Book, and The Amish Cook at Home.

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These German-speaking people were originally called the Pennsylvania Deutsch but time and custom have caused them to be known to us as the Pennsylvania Dutch.

The Pennsylvania Dutch are a hard working people and as they say, “Them that works hard, eats hearty.” The blending of recipes from their many home lands and the ingredients available.

Pennsylvania Dutch cooking is German, as the Pennsylvania Dutch are. But their cooking is very different from, for example, the Germans from Russia recipes common in the Dakotas. The Pennsylvania Dutch have more varieties of pie than I have ever seen in a cookbook.

They are also heavy with the molassas.4/5(3). Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine is the typical and traditional fare of the Pennsylvania ing to one writer, "If you had to make a short list of regions in the United States where regional food is actually consumed on a daily basis, the land of the Pennsylvania Dutch - in and around Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - would be at or near the top of that list," mainly because the area is a.

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Pennsylvania German, also called (misleadingly) Pennsylvania Dutch, 17th- and 18th-century German-speaking settlers in Pennsylvania and their descendants. Emigrating from southern Germany (Palatinate, Bavaria, Saxony, etc.) and Switzerland, they settled primarily in the southeastern section of Pennsylvania, where they practiced any of several slightly different forms of Anabaptist faith.

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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Unabridged republication of part II, Cookery, of the author's The Pennsylvania Dutch and their cookery, published in. Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by J.

George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d' oeuvres to desserts. Over recipes for apple soup, liver dumplings, shrimp wiggle, spaezle, more.- Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book by J.

George Frederick Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by J. George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d' oeuvres to desserts.The Pennsylvania Dutch people are the descendants of Germanic peoples who emigrated to the United States from Germany before They mostly settled in the state of Pennsylvania, but some live in other nearby states as well.

The early settlers brought their love of good food with them, and these traditional Pennsylvania Dutch dessert recipes.