ABOUT THE AMISH COOK
Meet The Amish Editor
“Wait…you don’t look like the Amish Cook!”
Well, you’re right: I’m not the Amish Cook. My name is Kevin Williams and I am the creator and editor of the popular syndicated Amish Cook column. In addition to The Amish Cook, I am also editor of the Teacher Mahlon and Plain Kansas columns.
ABOUT THE AMISH EDITOR!
I am also an author and speaker about anything relating to the Plain people. I’ve explored Amish settlements from Maine to Montana, from Texas to Florida. I’ve also spent time with German Baptists and Mennonites (still wanting to visit a Hutterite colony, that’s on my bucket list!). I am 42-years-old (ack, that can’t be possible!), am married to Rachel, and we just had our first child last fall, a wonderful daughter named Aster. Rachel and I like to hike, travel, cook, eat, read and just spend quality family time together.
THE AMISH COOK: FOOD, FOOD, FOOD!
So if you are searching for information about the Plain people, you’ve come to the right place! Of course being the online home of The Amish Cook this site does have an emphasis on food, so there are plenty of tasty recipes to be found. We post a lot about Amish cooking on this site, so explore and look for your favorite recipes.
Who Is The Amish Cook?
The Amish Cook a weekly column written by Illinois Amish mom, Gloria Yoder (pictured with her daughter). She lives in Illinois with her husband and 3 year -old daughter Julia, chronicling Amish life each week. Long before the din of reality TV and 24-hour media, the Amish Cook started being penned in 1991 by Elizabeth Coblentz and has continuously published every week since then, it was written by Lovina Eicher from 2002 until July 1, 2014. The Amish Cook column is posted on Mondays.
Explore Plain Culture with Plain Kansas
This weekly column is written by Rosanna Bauman, a young German Baptist woman in Kansas. Rosanna is a farmer, sister, friend and playfully writes about her Plain exploits on the Kansas prairie. She has a love of sustainable and small-scale farming which she joyfully shares. The German Baptists are a “Plain church” but are permissive of photography and more technology than the Amish. Plain Kansas is posted on Wednesdays.
Get Schooled by Teacher Mahlon
Mahlon is an Old Order Amish school-teacher in northern Indiana. He shares his view from the classroom in his poetic missives.
Journey Along With Mrs. Yoder's Journal
Mrs. Yoder lives in rural Iowa with her husband and nine children. She shares monthly dispatches with us from their organic farm, where they raise animals and crops without chemicals and other interventions. Mrs. Yoder shares a selection of her organic farmhouse recipes each month. This feature is only available to Amish365 Plus subscribers! Sign up here.