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 Amish Treats From My Kitchen
CK015
Another super volume from Sallie Lapp that's just bursting to introduce your taste buds to Lancaster County specialties and favorites. It specializes in breads, cakes, pies, cookies and other great desserts (and don't forget the fasnachts!) 47 pages.
$5.46 / Each
Breakfast & Brunch Cookbook
CK025
With this" breakfast book" from Lancaster County in hand you'll never have to wonder, "What shall I make for breakfast this morning?"

150 pages.
$12.96 / Each
 Cooking with the Fishers
CK035
Be sure to bring your copy of this book along when you stop in at our market. We can direct you to the Fisher home for an autograph!
126 Pages.
$12.60 / Each
 Country Lane Quilts & Family Cooking
CK040
One of our newest, this cookbook was produced by the operators (who are proficient in both sewing and culinary skills!) of the well known Country Lane Quilts Shop in nearby Leola. You'll like the abundance of recipes for just about every meal need and especially the section on Amish church wedding food. 206 pages
$18.90 / Each
Canning The Amish Way
001082
Authentic - but basic and simple - recipes gathered from lots of ladies in the Amish community.

84 Pages.
$12.43 / Each
Centre County Amish Cooking
CK515
Apple Dapple Cake, Can't Wait Apple Cake and German Raw Apple Cake - just three features from the Cakes & Frosting section of this volume.

288 Pages.








281 Pages.
$17.50 / Each
Country Canning Cookbook
CK615
Home canning is both an art and a science, says J.R. Coffey, the compiler. This resource should elevate your efforts on both of these levels!

190 Pages.
$17.95 / Each
Country Canning Cookbook II
CK620
Mr Coffey has done it again with this sequel to his earlier volume on home canning. It is a definitive resource on both the merits and how-to of this old art and science.

248 Pages.
$17.95 / Each
Four Seasons Cookbook
CK543
A collection of over 700 Amish recipes from the parents of West Lykens Valley School District students.

316 Pages.
$18.92 / Each
Good and Healthy Cooking
001076
Mouth-watering photos of every recipe are a beautiful "staple" of this NEW cookbook produced by a Plain Community mom and daughter.

204 Pages.
$24.68 / Each
Healthy Choices
001085
Wishing to trim the fat from meals without sacrificing flavor? This Healthy Choices cookbook should be just the choice for you!

454 Pages.
$19.61 / Each
Hearthside Recipes from Connor Prairie Museum
CKBW17
Ready for amusing and informative notes that provide eyewitness accounts of mealtimes in the early 19th century? Kitchen utensils of these bygone days are pictured in this volume and etiquette rules of the time period(!) are given. Recipes include appetizers & condiments, meats, soups, vegetable and side dishes, desserts, and breads & biscuits. Many of the fifty authentic early 19th century recipes are adapted for modern tastes.
$5.69 / Each
 Kountry Kookin' Cookbook
001020
Authored by Sylvia Miller of Bird-in-Hand, there's something for everyone in this slim Lancaster County favorites volume. Sylvia writes, "I would like to share over 200 recipes with you. These are some of my family's favorites. I'm sure you'll find some that will keep them smiling at your home also." 68 pages.
$5.40 / Each
Local Choices
CK645
Join the local foods movement! Easy, practical steps to a healthier you, a greener planet and a stronger community.

183 Pages.
$13.84 / Each
 May I Have That Recipe, Here It Is
CK075
You'll enjoy the loose leaf design and unique section heading folders as well as the abundance of great recipes in this new Lancaster County produced cookbook.

156 pages.
$20.90 / Each
Old Country Store Recipes
CKBW13
Suggestions for you: You'll quickly want to try Cornmeal Pie and Baking Powder Biscuits (among others!) after you have this book at your disposal.
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Mushroom Recipes
CKBW23
Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson admired French mushroom cookery and American settlers found various varieties of wild mushrooms which are still enjoyed by many today. Of course, cultivated varieties, first grown commercially in nearby Chester County (often called the "Mushroom Capital of the World) are readily available throughout our country. There are seventy-five wonderful recipes to be found in this book to liven up and improve appetizers, soups, sauces, salads, breads, and side dishes that you'll be creating in your kitchen!
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Orange Grove Recipes
CKBW26
Christopher Columbus introduced citrus fruit to the western hemisphere in 1493 (on his second trans-Atlantic voyage), and they have been popular ever since! If you're like many citrus fans you consume more lemons and limes when its warm outside and more oranges and grapefruit in cooler months. This collection of 74 recipes makes delicious use of all of them in beverages, breads, breakfast and brunch dishes, desserts, and more that are fitting during every season of the year!
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Persimmon Recipes
CKBW27
Historical notes in this volume trace persimmon cookery back to Native Americans and early settlers. Harvesting, cleaning, and processing of this exquisite fruit are discussed herein and sixty-four recipes for puddings, breads, cakes, cookies, pies, and salads are listed for your consideration. Persimmons can also be used as a main ingredient in ice cream and good-old homemade candy. The original edition of this title was Bear Wallow's very first book, published in 1978!
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Pumpkin Recipes
CKBW30
Did you know? "The first pumpkin pie wasn't a pie at all: it was a whole pumpkin with the top sliced off, the seeds scooped out, then filled with...". More info available when you buy this title!
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Vegetable Garden Recipes
CKBW37
This volume describe methods of raising and preserving vegetables that were often employed in pioneer days but modern day cooks will be happy to learn that most of the recipes included in this helpful tool are quick and easy to prepare. Beans, sweet corn, rhubarb, spinach and tomatoes are just a few vegetables that the seventy-three recipes found in this selection will highlight. Your family will be pleased!
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Woodstove Recipes
CKBW88
Whether you want to cook on a woodstove or just prepare foods tasting like they did in the old days when our grandmothers created culinary masterpieces on a woodstove, this selection will be a hit! You'll like both the instructions, hints, and tips for this type of cooking, but especially the fifty-eight recipes (which can also be prepared on a modern stove) ranging from pancakes to puddings, and including soups and stews, main dishes, side dishes, breads, sauces and desserts.
$5.69 / Each
Old Fashioned Zucchini & Squash Recipes
CKBW90
Is zucchini an American or Italian addition to a healthy lifestyle? Squash has been cultivated for more than 2,000 years! Historical notes in this volume explore the impact these vegetables have had on many cultures. Varieties of summer and winter squashes are described, and the book's sixty-three recipes include desserts, casseroles, breads, soups, salads, skillet dishes, and other treats. This was one of the top-selling titles of the entire Bear Wallow collection at Kauffman's in 2008, 2009 and (surprise) 2010!
$5.69 / Each
Old New England Recipes
CKBW25
Historical notes in this excellent offering describe the characteristics of the states which comprise New England, the people who settled there, and the origins of many of the traditional recipes (like Anadama Bread, Boston Baked Beans, Hasty Pudding, and Muster Day Gingerbread.) The book's seventy-two recipes include breads & breakfasts, suppers & side dishes, soups & salads and desserts & sweets.
$5.69 / Each
Old Pioneer Recipes
CKBW29
You'll find intersting historical notes herein which describe methods of cooking used during pioneer times, as well as living conditions and the importance of native foods for sustenance. Pioneers made use of greens in the spring, fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats in season, and enjoyed preserved produce products during winter months. Sixty-nine recipes, including breads & biscuits, salads & salad greens, wild game & meats, preserves & pickles, and desserts and sweets are offered in this volume.
$5.69 / Each
Old Shaker Recipes
CKBW31

Historical notes included in this volume inform us that twenty-one Shaker communities were established from 1774 through Civil War times, from Maine to Georgia and as far west as Ohio and Kentucky. Shaker cooks were skilled in the use of herbs and passed along a creative collection of sixty-two recipes which include breads, breakfasts, desserts, meat & vegetable dishes, soups, salads, preserves, and candies.
$5.69 / Each
Outdoor Cooking
CK560
Over 400 recipes from Amish families for grilling, barbecueing and cooking in the great outdoors.

215 Pages.
$17.18 / Each
 Simple Cooking & Beyond
CK090
Here's the fruit of Mabel Reiff having carefully gathered more than 1400 recipes from people in various communities and states who have touched her life

492 pages.
$25.80 / Each
 Simply Wonderful
CK105
Well. if sales here at Kauffman's Fruit Farm are any indication, this volume is aptly titled!

390 pages.
$22.51 / Each
Saving the Seasons
CK655
"Now one can eat locally and seasonally year round with the knowledge of how to preserve or save the seasons." Mary Beth Lind, co-author of Simply in Season.

201 Pages, soft cover.
$21.83 / Each
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