Every year there are excess print-runs of the Amish Cook cookbooks that are too good to throw out, but too damaged to sell at full price. Some books have faded covers, small tears in the cover, or even have double printing on the cover...the insides are fine, these are all cover errors.
So if you don't mind imperfections and like a bargain this is for you, there are several dozen of the sets. Grab one now, at $49, plus shipping that is almost half off the regular price. If you want to buy the books click "donate" and enter $59 (49.50, plus $9.50 shipping). And please enter a shipping address.
I've bundled together:
The Ultimate Recipe Collection, Vol 1 (400 pages, hundreds of recipes);
The Ultimate Collection(s) contains hundreds of Amish recipes collected from Amish kitchens over the decades by Amish Cook Editor, Kevin Williams.
Over 400 pages of authentic Amish recipes. These are recipes that have been collected through the generations, passed down, and perfect. Breakfast classics like Cornmeal Mush and French Toast can be found alongside more offbeat starters like Ham with Redeye Gravy.
The bread chapter is about the best collection you’ll find in an Amish cookbook, from Quick Buttermilk Rolls to Sour Cream Cornbread.
There are little factoids about Amish life sprinkled throughout the book, providing insights into Amish life as well as showcasing their rich culinary history.
The Ultimate Recipe Collection, Vol 2 (300 pages, hundred of recipes),
We take off where left Volume 1 left off, another amazing collection of recipes from Amish Butter Cake, Cream Cheese Cake, and a super collection of other cakes and Whoopie Pie Cookies. Part II also includes recipes from Mennonite and German Baptist kitchens, to give everyone a taste of the Plain people’s best.
and An Amish Christmas: 30 Years Of Amish Favorites!
An Amish Christmas is a smaller cookbook, a collection of recipes and stories to celebrate the holidays. This cookbook has favorite recipes showcasing the the holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. While the Amish may celebrate all of these special days in a low-key way, they do celebrate the season through favorite foods, whether it is Black Walnut Fudge or Sauerkraut for the New Year.
All three books represent incredible collections of Amish recipes passed down through the generations!