Mennonite Men Can Cook, Too

Mennonite Men Can Cook, Too

Celebrating Hospitality With 170 Delicious Recipes

Book - 2015
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In this book are recipes inspired by the food made by his Mennonite mother and grandmothers. Other recipes are inspired from the monasteries he's visited in Ireland and England. There are recipes of the food he's eaten in Ghana, Jamaica, Cyprus, the Netherlands, India, and Nepal. --Publisher
Publisher: New York :, Good Books,, [2015]
ISBN: 9781680990539
1680990535
Branch Call Number: 641.566 Roth 2015
Characteristics: vi, 316 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm

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TheresaAJ
Feb 16, 2016

This cookbook could be subtitled "Mennonite Missionary Meets the World". The recipes are a mix of the Mennonite classics he grew up on (heavy on desserts) and adapted recipes from his sojourns abroad. The book is nicely arranged with details about the recipes' origins. Roth also includes a history of his hospitality styles through the decades, menus for feasts such as the Agape Bible Lands Breakfast and Advent Tea, and recipes from eleven other male friends and family members. Most recipes have fewer than 8 ingredients which makes them usable in today's busy world.

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