Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by J. George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d'oeuvres to desserts. Over 350 recipes for apple soup, liver... read more
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Now used by many Pennsylvania resorts as their official cookbook, this book by J. George Frederick, one-time president of the Gourmet Society of New York, is an excellent introduction to every aspect of Pennsylvania Dutch cookery from hors d'oeuvres to desserts. Over 350 recipes for apple soup, liver dumplings, shrimp wiggle, spaetzle, more.
Reprint of Book Two of The Pennsylvania Dutch and Their Cookery, 1935.
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