With the recipe of the week i thought id include this video which i Stumbled Upon while browsing YouTube. I remember going on a buggy ride sometime in the late 80s or early 1990s and having Jessica drive the buggy. A buggy ride is a good way to see what the Amish see and feel when they are on the road, so i recommend trying this when your in any Amish community across America. Richard Sadie Glick's Shoo-fly Pie
Liquid: Lightly mix eggs and sugar. Add syrup and stir till smooth before adding boiling water and soda. Stir well and set aside.
Crumbs: Mix together; add 2 double handfuls of crumbs to liquid and fold in lightly. Divide into 4-8" pie shells. Spread rest of crumbs over top. Bake at 300° for approximately 50-55 minutes. Liquid:
1/2 cup dark brown sugar
2 cups King syrup (fresh sorghum molasses)
3 cups dark brown sugar
6 scant cups all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 cup lard (heaping)
When Norman and Marlena Miller, along with the entire Evart, MI Amish community, set out to compile their family favorites, they did so with a song and plenty of inspirations. And that's exactly the recipe they used for Cooking With Praise. This cookbook has a delicious spread of Amish favorites: Potato Salad, Poor Man's Steak, Tator-Tot Casserole, and Oreo Pudding, to name a few. Then there are the seven sections for those who watch their diet. Then like a good cook who adds a pinch of this and a dash of that, bringing the taste to perfection, the Millers have added hymns and inspirational thoughts throughout. Cooking With Praise is ready for your table and your guests. 450 recipes. 254 pages. Spiral bound with laminated covers. Fully indexed. To buy this book just go to www.Amishshop.com.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
I've created this website out of my own interest in the Amish/Mennonite culture and of living in the country. Its a place for people who are interested in the Amish like myself, and its also a place to share Images of the beautiful country side that is all around me. my name is Richard, and I live very close to an Amish settlement here in Pennsylvania. This site is dedicated to my mother, who had started all of this by taking me as a child to Lancaster,pa from our apartment in the Bronx projects..........THANK YOU MOM............... Richard