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6 edition of More Food That Really Schmecks found in the catalog.

More Food That Really Schmecks

by Edna Staebler

  • 304 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by McClelland & Stewart .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General cookery,
  • Regional & Ethnic - Amish & Mennonite,
  • Cooking / Wine,
  • Cooking,
  • Cooking / General,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8076504M
    ISBN 100771082584
    ISBN 109780771082580

      Food that Really Schmecks - questions about ingredients Keeping in mind I don't do a lot of baking (or a lot of recipes from the s), but seeing as The Holidays are coming up and I'm on the whole Mennonite theme right now, I thought I would do some baking for the upcoming feasts. More Baking makes it easy to prepare biscuits, bannocks and buns--not to mention scones, waffles, popovers, coffee cakes, fritters and even mysterious singin' hinnies. Other cookbooks by this author Cakes & Frostings.

      The commemorative edition of Food That Really Schmecks was published by Wilfrid Laurier Press in December. List price for the softcover book is $ List price for the softcover book .   Food that Really Schmecks is a wonderful look at the Mennonite community, so pull up a chair and join Edna Stabler, her friends and family in their kitchens preparing some of the best food I have ever tasted. Edna starts off warning us that she is not a qualified cookbook writer, and I agree with her. This book does not have the formal layout that we are used to in most cookbooks today,and you Author: Cookbook vs Cook Book.

    The Mennonite Girls blog reminds me of a book that I have been meaning to purchase for many years called Food That Really Schmecks by Edna Staebler. These are traditional, German-Mennonite recipes that are said to be tasty in every way. Has anybody ever use this cookbook or the sequel, More Food That Really Schmecks? I ordered More Food just Author: Gumbo Lily.   As much a snapshot of a way of life as a book of recipes, Food That Really Schmecks is infused with Staeblers keen observations, anecdotes and a frank, no-nonsense approach. Sasha Chapman, The Globe ``This book's major joy is Staebler's writing style. She doesn't treat food as something to revere or fear--food is to be eaten and enjoyed/5(91).


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It's great to see that this book has been reissued, as the original has been out of print and copies difficult to find. Like Food that Really Schmecks, More Food that Really Schmecks is a great cookbook filled with many Mennonite inspired recipies that Edna Staebler has gathered from her friends and family, and is complimented by numerous anecdotes about the Waterloo region (and more) of which /5(14).

More Food That Really Schmecks book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. An updated edition of a bestselling book in the food writing genre from award-winning author and journalist Edna Staebler. In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about Mennonite culture and cooking.

From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really by: 2. Click here to order Food That Really Schmecks online and receive a 25% discount. Edna Staebler (–) was an award-winning journalist and prominent Canadian figure.

She regularly contributed to newspapers More Food That Really Schmecks book magazines such as Maclean’s, Saturday Night, The Toronto Star, and Chatelaine.

Have you ever had food that really schmecks. Cookbook author Edna Staebler is back with More Food That Really Schmecks, more recipes collected from the Mennonite community in Waterloo County, Ont. You won't find dishes like Smoked Sausage Soup, Schnippled Bean Casserole, and Mrs.

Addison Eby's Sour Cream Elderberry Pie anywhere else. Written in Staebler's warm and witty style, she includes. From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really Schmecks.

Originally published inSchmecks instantly became a classic, selling tens of thousands of copies. Interspersed with practical and memorable recipes are In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about /5.

Like Food that Really Schmecks, More Food that Really Schmecks is a great cookbook filled with many Mennonite inspired recipies that Edna Staebler has gathered from her friends and family, and is complimented by numerous anecdotes about the Waterloo region (and more) of which she is a native.

I am not a big cook, but I really enjoy this book /5(16). It's great to see that this book has been reissued, as the original has been out of print and copies difficult to find. Like Food that Really Schmecks, More Food that Really Schmecks is a great cookbook filled with many Mennonite inspired recipies that Edna Staebler has gathered from her friends and family, and is complimented by numerous anecdotes about the Waterloo region (and more) of 5/5(4).

More Food That Really Schmecks by Edna Staebler and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Including this long-anticipated reprint of Food That Really Schmecks in our Life Writing series recognizes the cultural value of its narratives, positing it as a groundbreaking book in the food writing genre.

This edition includes a foreword by award-winning author Wayson Choy and a new introduction by the well-known food writer Rose Murray. Food That Really Schmecks: Mennonite Country Cooking (Life Writing Series) Food That Really Schmecks: Mennonite Country Cooking as Prepared by My Mennonite Friend, Bevvy Martin, My Mother and Other Fine Cooks; Food That Really Schmecks; Food That Really Schmecks; Food That Really Schmecks.

Mennonite Country Cooking. Food That Really Schmecks. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes dust jacket. Includes index. Description: pages ; 24 cm: Responsibility: by Edna Staebler. A groundbreaking book in the food writing genre from award-winning author and journalist Edna Staebler.

In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about Mennonite culture and cooking. From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really : Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

ABOUT THE BOOK In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about Mennonite culture and cooking. From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really Schmecks. Originally published inSchmecks instantly became a classic, selling tens of thousands of copies.5/5(3).

Written by award-winning journalist Edna Staebler, Food that Really Schmecks: Mennonite Country Cooking is the commemorative edition of a classic cookbook originally published innow featuring a new foreword by award-winning author Wayson Choy and a new introduction by food writer Rose by: 2.

More Food That Really Schmecks has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Yes, in this book. More of the same really good stuff that fills "Food that Really Schmecks", and turned to just as often.

Edna Staebler's writing is just as much food for the soul as her recipes are food for the body.5/5(1). ABOUT THE BOOK In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about Mennonite culture and cooking.

From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really Schmecks. Originally published inSchmecks instantly became a classic, selling tens of thousands of copies. Interspersed /5(18).

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Have you ever had food that really schmecks. Cookbook author Edna Staebler is back with More Food That Really Schmecks, more recipes collected from the Mennonite community in Waterloo County, won't find dishes like Smoked Sausage Soup, Schnippled Bean Casserole, and Mrs.

Addison Eby's Sour Cream Elderberry Pie anywhere else. Edna Staebler taught me to bake. Sometime in the mid-eighties, I’m not sure exactly when my mother purchased the cookbook “Schmecks Appeal.” Following that she also bought Edna Staebler’s earlier books “Food that really Schmecks” and “More food that really Schmecks,” but “Schmecks Appeal” was the book in our house that started it all.

Susan Quarry of Kitchener swears by Speedy Pat-In Pastry and Pear Streusel Pie from the second book, "More Food That Really Schmecks." She started reading Staebler's books as a child in Grade 5.Edna Staebler, CM (Janu – Septem ) was a Canadian author and award-winning literary journalist, best known for her series of cookbooks, particularly Food That Really Schmecks which is currently available in e-book form.

While the book contains Mennonite recipes, the content also includes stories and anecdotes about life and home cooking in the rural areas of the Born: Cora Margaret Cress, JanuBerlin. An iPad version of Food That Really Schmecks is now available.

New material in the app includes photos and videos of Edna Staebler and the Waterloo Region countryside. Recipes are easily searchable, and users can upload photos and recipe comments and suggestions that will be shared to all users, just like your grandma’s scribbles in the margins of the family cookbook.5/5(3).