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Pennsylvania Dutch Traditional Recipes for Pies and Pastries (edição 1980)

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In 1683 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. After the lean years of clearing the land and developing their farms, they established the peace and plenty they sought. 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 in their new land produced tasty dishes that have been handed down from mother to daughter for generations. Their cooking was truly a folk art requiring much intuitive knowledge, for recipes contained measurements such as "flour to stiffen," "butter the size of a walnut," and "large as an apple." Many of the recipes have been made more exact and standardized providing us with a regional cookery we can all enjoy.Food is abundant and appetites are hearty in the Pennsylvania Dutch country. The traditional dishes are relatively simple and unlike most regional cookery the ingredients are readily available. Best of all, no matter who makes them the results are "wonderful good."… (mais)
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Título:Pennsylvania Dutch Traditional Recipes for Pies and Pastries
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Informação:Gettysburg, Conestoga Crafts (1980)
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Etiquetas:cookbooks, German cooking, Pennsylvania Dutch

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Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking
Each recipe starts with a title, list of ingredients are included and you should be able to substitute for your healthier dietary needs: low sodium, low fat, low sugar and fresh vs. canned items.
Directions are given. There are NO pics and NO nutritional information.
What I love about this book is there are recipes included that are very similar to my mother in law, a German who was raised near PA Dutch.
Love how she cooked her potato salad sauce. Such yummy and for the most part she made them healthier with the ingredients she used.
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  jbarr5 | Feb 17, 2021 |
This book is full of fairly simple recipes that sound absolutely delicious. Included is a traditional recipe for Sauerbraten, which I intend to try in the future. There's also a nice introduction to the origins of the culture. I wouldn't recommend this for a beginner cook due to some of the instructions being vague as far as measurements. ( )
  fuzzi | Mar 15, 2020 |
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  Doncancook | Apr 15, 2018 |
"Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking" was published by the Dutchcraft Company. Although I've quicky-searched around the internet, I've yet to discover anymore about the book or the company than the latter seems to have been based in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. (Even WorldCat has no publication date.)

The Recipes include the following:

SOUPS

Dutch Country Bean Soup, 8
Beef Soup with Dumplings, 9
Chicken Corn Soup, 10
Chicken Noodle Soup, 10
Corn Chowder, 8
Corn Soup with Rivels, 10
Dumplings, 7
Egg Noodles, 8
Egg Balls for Soup, 9
Meat Filling for Noodles, 9
Spinach Filling for Noodles, 9
Philadelphia Pepper Pot, 7
Potato Soup, 10
Salsify, Vegetable Oyster Soup, 9
Split Pea Soup, 8
Vegetable Soup, 8

MEAT and MAIN DISHES

Acorn Squash, stuffed, 15
Beef with Onions, Pa. Dutch, 14
Beef Pot Pie, 14
Cabbage Rolls, 12
Chicken and Oyster Pie, 18
Chicken Baked in Cream, 14
Chicken Fricassee, 13
Chicken Pot Pie, 13
Cabbage and Dried Beef, creamed, 11
Duck and Kraut, 12
Dutch Meat Rolls, 17
Ham and Green Beans, 17
Ham and Noodle Casserole, 13
Hamburger Dinner, 14
Hog Maw, 16
Horseradish Sauce, for meat, 13
Liver Noodles, 15
Dutch Meat Loaf, 15
Meat Pie, 15
Mock Duck, 16
Noodle Cheese Ring, 11
Pork and Kraut, 16
Potato Filling, 12
Pork Pot Pie with Dumplings, 12
Sauerbraten, 12
Sausage Patties, 17
Schnitz un Knepp, 17
Schnitzel Meat, 13
Scrapple, 18
Souse, 16
Spareribs and Sauerkraut with Dumplings, 16
Peppers, Stuffed, 15
Wiener Schnitzel, 14

VEGETABLE DISHES

Baked Lima Beans, 23
Home Baked Beans, 23
Schnitzel Beans, 20
Beets, Sweet and Sour, 21
Seven Minute Cabbage, 19
Cabbage, Sweet and Sour, 23
Red Cabbage (Rote Kraut), 22
Celery, Sweet and Sour, 22
Baked Corn, Lancaster County, 19
Corn Fritters, 23
Corn Pudding, 22
Egg Plant, Fried, 21
Parsnip Patties, 20
Peas and New Potatoes, 22
Dutch Potato Croquettes, 21
Hashed Brown Potatoes, 23
Scalloped Potatoes, 21
Sweet Potatoes and Apples, Scalloped, 19
Sweet Potato Croquettes, 20
Scalloped Spinach, 22
Fried Tomatoes, 20
Scalloped Tomatoes, 21

SALADS

Bean Salad, 5
Beet and Apple Salad, 4
Cole Slaw, Pennsylvania, 6
Cucumber Salad, 6
Dandelion Salad, 5
Deviled Eggs, 6
Fruit Salad Dressing, 4
Pepper Cabbage, 5
Hot Potato Salad, 6
Hot Slaw, 6
Potato Salad Dressing, 5
Dutch Salad Dressing, 4

PANCAKES and FRITTERS

Apple Ring Fritters, 24
Sour Cherry Fritters, 24
Corn Fritters, 24
Corn Meal Griddle Cakes, 24
Corn Meal Mush, Fried, 25
German Egg Pancakes, 25
Flannel Cakes, 25
Peach Fritters, 25
Potato Pancakes, 25

SWEETS and ROLLS

Butter Semmels, 30
Coffee Cake, 31
Crumb Cake, 31
Dutch Sticky Buns, 31
Little Coffee Cakes, 30
Sweet Roll Dough, 31

DOUGHNUTS

Bacon Muffins, 27
Blueberry Muffins, 26
Bran Muffins, 27
Crullers, 28
Crumb or Sugar Pie, 29
Fastnachts, 27
Funnel Cakes, 29
Johnny Cake, 27
Potato Doughnuts, 26
Quick Coffee Cake, 29
Sally Lunn, 29
Shoo-fly Pie, 28
Tangle-Britches, 28

COOKIES

Almond Cookies, 35
Almond Macaroons, 36
Anise Cookies, 34
Belsnickel Christmas Cookies, 37
Christmas Butter Cookies, 36
Cinnamon Waffles, 34
Fruit and Nut Cookies, 34
Ginger Cookies, 37
Hickory Nut Kisses, 36
Lebkuchen, 36
Moravian Christmas Cookies, 35
Moravian Dark Cookies, 37
Pfeffernusse, 37
Sand Tarts, 35
Sugar Cakes, 36
Walnut Kisses, 35
Walnut Rocks, 35

CAKES

Apple Sauce Cake, 33
Grandma's Molasses Cake, 33
Nutcake, 33
Scripture Cake, 32
Spice Layer Cake, 32
Sponge Cake, 32
Walnut Gingerbread, 33

PIES

Apple Butter Pie, 41
Apple Crumb Pie, 40
Black Walnut Pie, 40
Cottage Cheese Pie, 41
Cream Raspberry Pie, 39
Currant and Red Raspberry Pie, 41
Funeral Pie, 40
Lemon Custard Pie, 39
Montgomery Pie, 40
Pastry Hint, 40
Pumpkin Pie, 38
Rhubarb Pie, 41
Rivel Crumb Pie, 39
Schnitz Pie, 41
Sour Cherry Pie, 39
Sour Cream Raisin Pie, 39

DESSERTS

Apple Dumplings, 43
Apple or Peach Strudel, 42
Apple Pandowdy, 43
Cherry Pudding, 43
Cottage Pudding, 42
Peach Dumplings, 43
Pumpkin Custard, 43
Rhubarb Pudding, 42
Steamed Fruit Pudding, 42

SWEETS and SOURS

Apple Butter, 45
Apple and Peach Conserve, 44
Bread and Butter Pickles, 44
Carrot Marmalade, 44
Chow Chow, 46
Corn Relish, 46
Cranberry Conserve, 45
Ginger Pears, 45
Mixed Fruit Preserves, 44
Pepper Relish, 46
Pickled Beets, 46
Pickled Green Beans, 46
Raspberry Rhubarb Jam, 44
Red Beet Eggs, 45
Spiced Cantaloupe, 45
Spiced Gooseberries, 45

So this isn't a particularly large collection. 45 or so pages of recipes which are not as old as one might suppose. I say this because ingredients are measured and not as my grandmother used to say: 'First you get a handful of flour'. You see, measurements were made popular by Fannie Farmer at the beginning of the last century. So these recipes are probably considerably older. (Not that measurements are a bad thing. I'm all for them.)

KINDLE NOTES: The Kindle version of this book is virtually unusable. Whoever ran the OCR machine did a poor job and all the quotes come over as ???'s. And worse, all the numbers come out the same. So instead of getting something like you need 1/3 cup sugar, it comes out that you need ??? cup.

OTHER SOURCES: I have checked for other FREE online sources and could find only one. Venerable Gutenberg has this book in text form. You can find it at: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/26558/26558-0.txt

There are numerable print versions if you have cash on hand.

Enjoy.

Pam T~
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In 1683 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. After the lean years of clearing the land and developing their farms, they established the peace and plenty they sought. 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 in their new land produced tasty dishes that have been handed down from mother to daughter for generations. Their cooking was truly a folk art requiring much intuitive knowledge, for recipes contained measurements such as "flour to stiffen," "butter the size of a walnut," and "large as an apple." Many of the recipes have been made more exact and standardized providing us with a regional cookery we can all enjoy.Food is abundant and appetites are hearty in the Pennsylvania Dutch country. The traditional dishes are relatively simple and unlike most regional cookery the ingredients are readily available. Best of all, no matter who makes them the results are "wonderful good."

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