From the Farmhouse Kitchen: *Over 150 Delicious Farm-To-Table Recipes *Simple and Wholesome Ingredients *Authentic Ideas From a Mennonite Kitchen
: Fresh, Simple, and Wholesome Recipes From Our Family to Yours From the farmhouse kitchens of mother and daughter Carol Falb and Dawn Stoltzfus comes a collection of over 150 delicious recipes plus charming stories of everyday...
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Fresh, Simple, and Wholesome Recipes
From Our Family to Yours
From the farmhouse kitchens of mother and daughter Carol Falb and Dawn Stoltzfus comes a collection of over 150 delicious recipes plus charming stories of everyday life on an active, working dairy farm.
Let Carol and Dawn show you how easy it is to share farm-to-table goodness with your loved ones, even if you don't have your own garden...or working farm. Cooking should be more than just prepping food. When you prepare healthy meals using high-quality whole foods, you extend the love of Christ to others and bless them with your servant's heart.
From fresh salads to hearty entrees to tantalizing desserts, let these treasured recipes become part of your family's mealtime traditions and find joy in the simplicity of cooking fresh.
Dawn Stoltzfus is a wife, a mother of two sweet little boys, and a lover of anything creative. She started and ran The Farmer's Wife Market until 2008 when she sold it in order to stay at home to raise her family. She loves to cook, for one or three hundred, and sees cooking and entertaining as an opportunity to "be Jesus to people" and serve them out of love and joy rather than out of a sense of obligation. Her love for cooking was inspired by her mother and developed as she cooked for her family of six on their active, working dairy farm in Ohio.
Carol Falb , loving wife, mother of four grown children, including Dawn, and grandmother to thirteen, spends her time helping others in the Amish community as a counselor as well as a delivery person for an Amish-owned florist. Carol once vowed she would never marry a farmer, but had to eat those words 43 years ago.