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Best of the Best from Indiana Best of the Best from Indiana: Selected Recipes from Indiana's Favorite Cookbooks by
Fifty-seven of the leading cookbooks from the Hoosier State have contributed a sampling of their most popular recipes to create this remarkable collection. These favorite recipes from cooks all over the state bring Indiana's history and hospitality to its cooking. Included in the more than 400 recipes are such delightful dishes as Mom Unser's Indy Chili, Funnel Cakes, Best Ever German Potato Salad, Hoosier Biscuit, Mt. Mama Mudslide Cake, and Pork Tenderloin with Scallion Mustard Sauce. Each recipe is a proven favorite that delivers tasty dishes every time.
Cooking from Quilt Country: Hearty Recipes from Amish and Mennonite Kitchens Cooking from Quilt Country: Hearty Recipes from Amish and Mennonite Kitchens by Marcia Adams
Nearly 200 recipes from America's heartland; a culinary folk history of the Indiana Amish and Mennonites. This celebration of farm life is a companion volume to the PBS series hosted by Adams.
The Brown County Cookbook The Brown County Cookbook by Nancy C. Ralston and Marynor Jordan
True country cooking from the heart of Indiana! "Fried frogs, clover tea, paw paw pie and dandelion jelly are just a few of the homey favorites you'll find here. It's like going back for a down-on-the-farm meal again." -- South Bend Tribune
A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook by Marian K. Towne with illustrations by Ellen Walsh
A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook, the product of fifty years of cookery according to seasonal principles, contains recipes for 94 different fruits, vegetables, and herbs (including such wild crops as mulberries, pawpaws, and violets), locally grown and used at their peak of flavor and freshness. Take it with you as you stroll through the local farmer's market, or consult it after bringing in the harvest from your own garden. If it's Spring and the mint is up, what could be more delicious than a Yogurt-Mint Marinade for shish kebab, or a dish of Minted Citrus Carrots? Under Summer, you'll find unusual and tasty ideas for everything from blueberries to zucchini. In Autumn, make Towne's easy and inexpensive Apple Coffee Cake, or stir up a batch of her Mennonite-style Apple Butter. In the section for Winter, you'll find recipes for kale, leeks, and other winter vegetables, hints for growing herbs indoors, and much more.

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