Pennsylvania Dutch Cookbook: Fine Old Recipes Made Famous by the Early Dutch Settlers in Pennsylvania by J. George Frederick

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  • ISBN 10 1890541265
  • ISBN 13 9781890541262
  • Published Sep 01 1982
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 64
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Americana Souvenirs & Gifts

Publishers Text

Visitors to the Pennsylvania Dutch country are usually delighted with the unique food tradition that survives there among the hills and small, well-tended farms. Ultimately 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 has to offer, and is one of the gastronomic treats of the country. Dishes like apple soup, baked bananas, Dutch liver dumplings, spaetzle and braten, walnut shad, and oyster peppers are enjoyed by almost everyone.

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