by Sherry Gore is a good start.
The pleasantly illustrated cookbook is filled with some delicious creations that can be made with simple ingredients, stuff you already have in your pantry. As most cook books, it’s divided by basic categories like breads, soups, salads, side dishes, seafood, pies, and even a category called “This and That”.
There are some black and white photos that begin each section and two small sections of color photos of the finished products. The “Final Exam Brownies” look especially gooey. Intermixed throughout the cookbook are tips and “diary like” journal entries. These are meant to give the reader a peek into the life of those living in an Amish Mennonite community in Florida. Although that added a bit of charm, I did not feel it really enhanced the overall enjoyment of the cookbook.
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