By Kevin Williams
Time to check in with some of our favorite blogs this past week with some recipes and photos!
AMISH PEACH CRUMB PIE: Man, this looks amazing. Check out this Amish recipe made by Patricia’s Patchwork….Nothing better than an amazing peach pie cradled in a flavorful crust. Click here for the recipe.
MOM’S STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE: Strawberry shortcake recipes are generally a dime-a-dozen this time of year, but this one just signings authenticity and wonderful goodness. MeeMaw blogs from Kalona, Iowa, home of the largest Amish settlement in Iowa and her baking and cooking definitely shares their similar traits. Click here for this recipe.
GINA’S HUMMUS: Gina is a talented young Mennonite Mom and writer who shares her life with us each week. This week she shares a recipe that comes from a different cultural tradition – Middle Eastern – but, geez, who doesn’t like a great hummus? Her recipe looks amazing. Click here.
THE WHEAT FIELD: See a gorgeous photo on the blog of Bruce Stambaugh of a Mennonite farmer’s field.
MENNONITE COUNTRY CABBAGE ROLLS: Can’t go wrong with this recipe!
BONUS RECIPE (Not printer-friendly, sorry):
AMISH DINNER SAUSAGE
1 pound of pork sausage
1 onion, chopped
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 /2 cup of milk
1 cup of diced cheese
1 small package of noodles
Fry crumbled sausage long enough to fry out fat, but don’t cook until crisp.
Cook noodles and drain.
Mix all ingredients together in a casserole dish and bake at 325 for half hour.