Food That Really Schmecks has 86 ratings and 8 reviews. Tracy said: This is the book that started my life long love affair with cookbooks. I read them li. Food That Really Schmecks | Edna Staebler’s Cookbook | Food That Really Schmecks App | cookbook app. 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.
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Eden rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Strain liquid into large bowl about 6 cups. Return to Book Page. Simmer 15 food, whisking frequently, until thickened.
Food That Really Schmecks – Edna Staebler’s Cookbook
Some recipes are not even that, with absent ingredients and barely-there instructions. Drain and cool them.
Montmorency Meat Loaf Mrs. Staebler says, for example, “You probably know more about preparing asparagus than I do,” then goes on to simply remind us to keep the cooking water.
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Edna Staebler — was an award-winning journalist and prominent Canadian figure. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Page – finding a warm place to let bread dough rise – is s favourite! Mother’s Coffee Cake was a tasty take on sweetbread with a crunchy top, but Mrs.
Woolum rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Commemorative edition of Food That Really Schmecks: If you like g I have no idea how many times I have read this book! Recipes and stories from the Old Older Menonite family which Staebler moved in with blend together to create not just a cookbook, but what Edith Fowke described as folklore literature. Her chatty, humorous, and no-nonsense narrative leaves readers feeling as if they are reading a letter from a dear friend. Elaine rated it it was amazing Apr 29, From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really Schmecks.
Drop n spoonfuls on a greased cookie sheet and pat out as thins as possible using your hands or a fork dipped in flour. You can see that finding a warm place to let your dough rise is no problem at all. Originally published inEdna Staebler’s Food That Really Schmecks went on to sell tens of thousands of copies and earned its author national acclaim.
Xiola rated it really liked it Aug 10, Jennifer rated it really liked it Oct 05, thag Schmecks is not a cookbook for beginners, but it is one for big eaters. Of course I slept again. Tracey Wear rated it it was amazing Dec 28, This edition includes a foreword by award-winning author Wayson Choy and a new introduction by the well-known food writer Rose Murray. Interspersed with practical and memorable recipes are Stae In the s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn schmeccks Mennonite culture and cooking.
This book is immensely charming and fun to read.
Its charm hasn’t stale-dated; the recipes are homey and local long before urban sophisticates considered that a virtuefeaturing such timeless dishes as Schnippled Bean Salad and Shoo-fly Pie. Robert Pearson rated it liked it Jun 25, My German mother-in-law says the Sauerbraten she grew up with had sour cream in the sauce; that would reaply a nice addition.
Return liquid to pan on medium-high heat. Its charm hasn’t stale-dated; the recipes are homey and local long before urban sophisticates considered scchmecks a virtuefeaturing such timeless dishes as Schnippled Bean Salad and Shoo-fly Pie. The heavy food that schmecks did not take its toll on Staebler.
Reaply only a great reference, but such an entertaining read! The Sauerbraten beef smelled heavenly as it simmered, but the sauce was problematic. My mother puts her bowl of coffee-cake dough on a board on top of a radiator. And one shivery morning in September I mixed my bread dough at dawn and went back to my warm welcome bed. Only 3 degrees C right now which is 41 degrees F.