By Kevin Williams
We have a whole lot to get to today, so let’s do it!
AMISH BABY PEARL TAPIOCA: Meemaw has been a wonderful supporter of Amish365 and, I tell you, she tackled a good topic this week: tapioca. If anyone can make tapioca good, it’s MeeMaw. If I recall correctly my great-grandmother used to make tapioca as a kid and, if I recall, I kind of liked it. But I’ve not really had any since then that I can say I am crazy about, but MeeMaw’s sounds and looks good! Check it out here.
CHERYL MCNULTY: Check out some new works-in-progress by Rhode Island artist, Cheryl McNulty. I’ll be eager to see how the Amish girl daydreaming turns out and, what the heck, I’ll be interested to see how Pink turns out also. Click here to see.
AMISH INDIANA – ANOTHER LOOK AT AMISH SCHOOLS – This blog has been doing some great work lately. And I love that a lot of the post info this week comes directly from an Amish school board member’s booklet. I tell, you the Amish schools in Indiana are probably about the most organized and hierarchal as anywhere, it’s quite interesting. And, yes, I love the names of the Amish schools. Click here to read this interesting and fun post.
AMISH BROWNIES: This recipe comes from a tiny Amish cookbook showcasing recipes from the Dover, Delaware Amish settlement. Would love to see more from that book! Click here for this delicious-sounding brownie recipe.
SMART SHOPPER: One of our readers has a blog and she posts some great money saving posts and tips on frugal living. Holy cow, she’s a good shopper. 5 six-packs of Coke for $10? Wow. Click here to see her whole list.
BARBECUED MEATLOAF: Check out this Amish variation on an old favorite! Click here.
GROUND BEEF AND CABBAGE SOUP: Ah, this from a sentimental favorite. Love this food website run by Jordan, who used to work at RecipeLion, a food site that has sent plenty of traffic our way. So the recipe isn’t Amish per se, but could envision plenty of Amish Cooks whipping this up! Click here.