Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book Of Fine Old Recipes By Culinary Art Press (1936)

Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book Of Fine Old Recipes By Culinary Art Press (1936)

This tiny, soft-cover, 48 page cookbook features authentic Pennsylvania Dutch recipes.
200 traditional Amish recipes from appetizers, breads, biscuits, coffee cakes, to eggs, pancakes, potatoes, meat, poultry…and more.
It is also illustrated with interesting vignettes in every page.

If you love vintage cookbook like I do, this book is a must-have.

Highly Recommend!!!


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6 thoughts on “Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book Of Fine Old Recipes By Culinary Art Press (1936)

  1. Mary Louise Tucker April 9, 2014 at 7:30 PM Reply

    Oh wonderful! Is there a spiced pumpkin cake in there? I grew up in Pennsylvania and the markets at Lancaster and around the south-eastern part of the state were always full of PA Dutch treats. The Germanic influence even showed up at school where in the 60s we had soft pretzels at morning break! I loved that. MLT

    • Bread Love And Dreams April 10, 2014 at 11:20 AM Reply

      Yep, there is a delicious pumpkin Pie recipe I’ll try for sure next Fall 🙂

      • Mary Louise Tucker April 10, 2014 at 3:24 PM

        Pumpkin Pie is good, but I’m talking about a Pumpkin Cake. Must dig our recipe to share. It’s Autumn here in Australia so my thoughts have turned to spiced things…

      • Bread Love And Dreams April 11, 2014 at 9:48 AM

        Even here is almost summer , please share a good Pumpkin Spice Cake if you have one, I’m sure it will be delicious 🙂

  2. Mark Schaffer August 25, 2015 at 4:29 PM Reply

    My grandmother of Emmaus Pa,and Kutztown handed this book down to my mother and then on to me. Sadly it is lost and I have been looking for one for years. I now live in florida and am missing shoo fly pie, funny cake, crumb cake etc. Does anyone know if it is still in print or where I could find one? Thanks. How we 3 generations used this cookbook. I don’t know if they still cook that way in Pa. dutch Country, but I am almost ready to take a trip just to eat at a Grange (if they still exist), the authentic restaurants in Lehigh, Berks, Bucks, Lancaster County. Most of Florida food is blah. I couldn’t wait to move from Pennsylvania, mostly to escape the weather. “You don’t know what it’s got til it’s gone1” Was koma du?

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