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THE AMISH COOK By Gloria Yoder Dear Friends, How about joining us for the day? Even though I love schedules my days are quite unpredictable and don’t always turn out as planned. Daniel and I got up at 6 a.m. and had devotions together. We have a devotional booklet we use which includes an […] Read more
THE AMISH COOK BY GLORIA YODER How about it, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner once more. Stores are loaded with red and pink hearts, sweet chocolates and red roses as gifts to loved ones to show how dear they are to you. So what really is love? Where does it come from? Who […] Read more
By Gloria Yoder Hello Friends, My fingers were stiff with the chilly January weather as I pinned the last pair of homemade pants onto the wash-line before hurrying back into the house. Even though I had bundled up before going outside the cold chill of winter felt quite nippy until I got back inside. Hanging clothes […] Read more
THE AMISH COOK BY GLORIA YODER “Gloria, the way it sounds we have another carry-in to plan,” Eunice said to me. We were sitting side by side on hay-bales on the trailer as we headed out for an evening of Christmas caroling. Eunice is on the food committee with me. Visitors from Bellfontaine, Ohio […] Read more
THE AMISH COOK BY GLORIA YODER Frolic day at my parents. Helping Mom with lunch. Going to my uncle’s store. Finish cleaning. “My day looked packed full, but enjoyable. It was 6 a.m. Saturday morning. A “frolic” was planned to be held for the men and boys to help work on my parents shop to […] Read more
THE AMISH COOK Editor’s Note: The Amish are just one group of “Plain people” who call the USA home. But there are also Mennonites and Hutterites (who live communally but otherwise share the same Anabaptist theology of the Amish) and then there is the Brethren church. The Brethren Church comes from a religious tradition known […] Read more
(Editor’s Note: Hunting varies from Amish community to community. In my experience visiting Amish settlements all over the USA, hunting is generally an accepted, and even preferred, method of feeding one’s family in most Amish settlements. Hunting is a part of Amish self-sufficiency, although some more conservative Amish settlements ban the use of the orange […] Read more