By Kevin Williams
TRENDING ON THE SUPPER TABLE!
Homemade French Dressing: Nothing like an amazing homemade salad dressing to liven up your lettuce. Click here for the recipe.
Amish Iron Skillet Green Beans: Not sure why green beans are trending but, why not? Click here to check out this recipe.
Amish Farmer's Cheesy Beef Bake: This is a great recipe, here is an excerpt of the description: The farmhouse kitchens of rural Ohio’s Amish Country are filled with recipe boxes containing instructions for the most hearty concoctions. The meals are protein-packed plate-pilers because unlike me, who generally works in front of a keyboard, these meals are meant to feed men who have been in the fields or the cabinet shop all morning working up a sweat and needing a refuel at day’s end.
This is a classic Amish meal, that I, and Amish365 readers, can’t get enough of. So enjoy this classic recipe that comes from an Amish woman in Ohio. Click here for the recipe.
Amish Chicken Macaroni Casserole: Wow, good stuff! Here is what I had to say about it:
My parents added a bit more cheese and they added mushrooms to this in addition to the cream of mushroom soup, so it was a very mushroomy casserole. You can’t go wrong, in my opinion, with more mushrooms, but if you want to dial back on those a bit, feel free. This is one of these casseroles that is very “breathable”, meaning you can adjust proportions (more chicken or less, more cheese or less, etc) and you won’t really change the basic flavor profile.
Click here for the recipe.
Amish Autumn Apple Salad: So fresh and delicious, here is an excerpt of my interview with an Amish apple orchard owner:
Let’s check in with Grace Schlabach, Amish owner of an apple orchard in Lyndonville, New York. Grace Schlabach’s family runs Schlabach’s Nursery, which ships out more than 50 varieties of heirloom apple trees all over the country. She talks about the community’s affinity for apples and some of her favorite varieties:
“This is an area known for its plentiful apple orchards. Popular apple varieties grown here include golden delicious, McIntosh, Ginger Gold, JonaGold, Gala, and Empire. The Empire apple is New York’s state apple and a hybrid of the red delicious and McIntosh variety,” Grace says.
Click here for this amazing apple salad recipe!
Autumn Amish Pumpkin Cobbler: I remember making this one, here is what I had to say about it way back when:
What I like about the Amish pumpkin cobbler recipe is that you get a lot of the taste of pumpkin pie, but this easier to scoop out then cutting slices of pie. And it’s also less work, no crust to worry about, just a cobblery top. Click here for the recipe.
Amish Pumpkin Bread: This is amazing bread. Click here for the recipe.
Homemade Applesauce Rhubarb Muffins: This is an old recipe on the website and the formatting is awful and when the new site switches over some of this bad formatting will remain, but we are working day in and day out to clean it all up, but this is a good recipe for this time of year. Check it out here!
Old-Fashioned Molasses Cake: So amazing, melt-in-your mouth amazing. Here is a description:
This old-fashioned molasses cake is a classic recipe from the Amish community of Berne, Indiana. It’s classic because this is a recipe that I bet 99 percent of our readers could make right now at home because you already have the ingredients. If you don’t have buttermilk or sour milk you can just make your own homemade sour milk by adding some vinegar to regular milk.