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Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book of Fine Old Recipes

Compiled from Tried and Tested Recipes Made Famous and Handed Down by the Early Dutch Settlers in Pennsylvania

Author: Culinary Arts Institute

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Category: Community cookbooks

Page: 62

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Pennsylvania Dutch cookbook of fine old recipes

compiled from tried and tested recipes made famous and handed down by the early Dutch settlers in Pennsylvania

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Category: Cooking

Page: 48

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Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book of Fine Old Recipes

Compiled from Tried and Tested Recipes Made Famous and Handed Down by the Early Dutch Settlers in Pennsylvania

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Category: Cookery

Page: 48

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Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book of Fine Old Recipes

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Category: Cooking

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Pennsylvania Dutch Recipe Book of Fine Old Recipes

Compiled from Tried and Tested Recipes Made Famous and Handed Down by the Early Dutch Settlers in Pennsylvania

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Category: Cooking

Page: 62

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As American as Shoofly Pie

The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine

Author: William Woys Weaver

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

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Category: Cooking

Page: 328

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When visitors travel to Pennsylvania Dutch Country, they are encouraged to consume the local culture by way of "regional specialties" such as cream-filled whoopie pies and deep-fried fritters of every variety. Yet many of the dishes and confections visitors have come to expect from the region did not emerge from Pennsylvania Dutch culture but from expectations fabricated by local-color novels or the tourist industry. At the same time, other less celebrated (and rather more delicious) dishes, such as sauerkraut and stuffed pork stomach, have been enjoyed in Pennsylvania Dutch homes across various localities and economic strata for decades. Celebrated food historian and cookbook writer William Woys Weaver delves deeply into the history of Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine to sort fact from fiction in the foodlore of this culture. Through interviews with contemporary Pennsylvania Dutch cooks and extensive research into cookbooks and archives, As American as Shoofly Pie offers a comprehensive and counterintuitive cultural history of Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine, its roots and regional characteristics, its communities and class divisions, and, above all, its evolution into a uniquely American style of cookery. Weaver traces the origins of Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine as far back as the first German settlements in America and follows them forward as New Dutch Cuisine continues to evolve and respond to contemporary food concerns. His detailed and affectionate chapters present a rich and diverse portrait of a living culinary practice—widely varied among different religious sects and localized communities, rich and poor, rural and urban—that complicates common notions of authenticity. Because there's no better way to understand food culture than to practice it, As American as Shoofly Pie's cultural history is accompanied by dozens of recipes, drawn from exacting research, kitchen-tested, and adapted to modern cooking conventions. From soup to Schnitz, these dishes lay the table with a multitude of regional tastes and stories. Hockt eich hie mit uns, un esst eich satt—Sit down with us and eat yourselves full!

Pennsylvania Dutch Stuff

A Guide to Country Antiques

Author: Earl F. Robacker

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

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Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 178

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This authoritative work was, at the time of its first publication, the first full-length book to cover in detail the collecting of Pennsylvania "Dutch" furnishings and crafts. It was subsequently redesigned and enlarged, to make it again available in this more ample format it deserves. The Pennsylvania Dutch country may be said to have been "discovered" by collectors in the 1920s and 1930s. These unique people, with their old-world customs and colorful folk art, have created in America an authentic genre, with a flavor much in vogue among experienced decorators, as well as amateur collectors. Earl F. Robacker, a native Pennsylvanian and a collector himself, introduces this volume with a general discussion of characteristic Dutch country art forms and craftsmanship, emphasizing its authentic "peasant" quality in contrast to the more elegant styles of other early American furnishings. Chapter by chapter he discusses typical pieces of furniture, china, kitchenware and other articles, giving careful descriptions of each important piece, its availability, and most important, the rules for a collector to keep in mind when on the trail of real Pennsylvania Dutch "stuff." This volume offers a thorough orientation in Pennsylvania Dutch country antiques and makes fascinating reading for anyone interested in the general subject of old furnishings. As the first volume to assemble the scattered and fragmentary information on the subject, it is an invaluable guide for those who merely want to achieve authentic atmosphere in home decoration. Many fine illustrations supplement the text, and a partial list of museum collections gives additional guidance. The book contains a full discussion of the basic principles of Pennsylvania Dutch decoration, and an appraisal of the quality of reproductions available on the market.

My Bread Fusion

Author: Elmer Demerin

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Modern Food, Moral Food

Self-Control, Science, and the Rise of Modern American Eating in the Early Twentieth Century

Author: Helen Zoe Veit

Publisher: UNC Press Books

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Category: History

Page: 320

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American eating changed dramatically in the early twentieth century. As food production became more industrialized, nutritionists, home economists, and so-called racial scientists were all pointing Americans toward a newly scientific approach to diet. Food faddists were rewriting the most basic rules surrounding eating, while reformers were working to reshape the diets of immigrants and the poor. And by the time of World War I, the country's first international aid program was bringing moral advice about food conservation into kitchens around the country. In Modern Food, Moral Food, Helen Zoe Veit argues that the twentieth-century food revolution was fueled by a powerful conviction that Americans had a moral obligation to use self-discipline and reason, rather than taste and tradition, in choosing what to eat. Veit weaves together cultural history and the history of science to bring readers into the strange and complex world of the American Progressive Era. The era's emphasis on science and self-control left a profound mark on American eating, one that remains today in everything from the ubiquity of science-based dietary advice to the tenacious idealization of thinness.

Cooking Wild Game - Meat From Forest, Field And Stream And How To Prepare It For The Table - 432 Recipes

Author: Frank G. Ashbrook

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

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Category: Cooking

Page: 378

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