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eBook Fry Bacon. Add Onions: The Valentine Family Friends Cookbook ePub

by Kathleen Valentine

  • ISBN: 0978594045
  • Category: Regional and International
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Kathleen Valentine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Parlez-Moi Press (February 14, 2010)
  • Pages: 178
  • ePub book: 1297 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1275 kb
  • Other: azw mobi lit mbr
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 467

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Results from Google Books. In this combination memoir and family cookbook, blogger and novelist Valentine combines 30 posts from her blog with nearly 400 recipes collected from family and friends.

Results from Google Books.

In this combination memoir and family cookbook blogger and novelist Kathleen.

In this combination memoir and family cookbook, blogger and novelist Valentine combines 30 posts from her blog with nearly 400 recipes collected from family and friends.

by Kathleen Valentine.

While there is not table of contents, it works for this cookbook as it's meant to be read as more of a book rather than a cookbook. If you want to try some good home cooking you will find the following recipes in this cookbook

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It is a beautiful dish with many colors and full of flavor. Warning, it is addictive. 6 slices bacon, chopped. 1 large onion, diced. Place the bacon in a large stockpot and cook over medium-high heat until crispy, about 10 minutes. Immediately stir in the cabbage and continue to cook and stir another 10 minutes. Season with salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika. Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer, stirring occasionally, about 30 minutes more.

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In this combination memoir and family cookbook blogger and novelist Kathleen Valentine combines 30 posts from her blog with nearly 400 recipes collected from family and friends. Growing up in a "mostly Pennsylvania Dutch" family she collected and recorded recipes from grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, cousins, friends, etc. which were combined in the first Valentine Family & Friends Cookbook published in 1981. This was expanded in the 1992 edition and now, in this third edition, nearly 400 recipes combine with essays recording memories of growing up in rural Pennsylvania and photographs from six generations. Essays topics include making sauerkraut and soltz (sultz) (a German pickled meat loaf), toasting marshmallows and catching fireflies, the old-country Christmas traditions of making stollen and visits from Belsnickle, old world ghost stories, their grandmother's quilts, and more. Traditional family recipes include schmarn, panhaas, moultasha, a variety of sausage recipes, hassenpfeffer, and liver dumplings, a wide variety of pickles and relishes, as well as keuchels (a type of fried dough), apple dumplings, and rhubarb crisps and pies. Contemporary recipes from the younger generations of the Valentine family expand the collection with everything from dips and cocktails to chowders, cakes and cookies. Among the more popular recipes first featured on Valentine's blog are:three maple syrup piesapricot-apple crisp with maple creamcaramel peachy-pear pandowdyhoney & white peach piePennsylvania Dutch hot and sour soupThough this collection is a memoir in food of the Valentine family it could be the story of any first, second and third generation immigrant family.

Comments

Onath Onath
I may be slightly biased as I grew up in the Author's hometown of St. Marys, but have not lived there for over 20 years. I miss my hometown, but life has placed me well below the Mason Dixon Line - and too far from the wonderful PA Dutch food.

The Pennsylvania Dutch culture is one that can only be experienced first hand and like many cultures, it revolves around food. My parents' families were quite large and my memories of them are just as grandois. Every Sunday, after Mass, we would gather at my father's "homestead", where Gramma G would serve breakfast; the kids always prayed she had made her apple cinnamon roles, but were happy to settle for "dippy eggs", venision sausage with toasted home-made bread slathered with her Elderberry Jam. My aunts, uncles and Gramma would sit around the table drinking very strong percolated coffee (we tried to keep Aunt Sis from making it), while the children would be out back gathering apples or elderberries for Gramma to turn into wonderful treats. Besides Gramma G always had a special kid size apple pie hidden away for each of us little ones for when the adults went to their "club" meetings at the end of the meal.

The downside to this upbringing is that many, if not all of the recipes were hand me downs from the prior generation. Measurements like a pinch of salt, a handful of flour or a dabble of butter were common - an actual unit of measurement were in cookbooks (which any self respecting woman would not use - well, unless it was for the church cookbook)!. Children would learn at the stove with Mothers, Aunts and Grandmothers - but lack of attention and wonderful adventures outside pulled us away before we committed the recipes to memory.

I have to say, Kathleen has given the world a wonderful gift; she has managed to combine our hometown heritage and give us those wonderful recipes together in one book. My family recipes have not survived but now I have the means to recreate the meals I grew up with, I hope to impart the memories the food are sure to invoke to my own children.

Kathleen, thank you from the bottom of my heart (or should I say stomach?), for putting this wonderful book together!
Rasmus Rasmus
I downloaded this cookbook free from amazon.com and after reading it through wanted to have a hard copy so I could refer to the
recipes more easily. I love the fact that there is family history intertwined with the recipes and the recipes reminded me of those I grew up with. Some of the recipes I have forgotten and it was good to be reminded and also have a written recipe. There are also recipes that I never heard of but sound very interesting and like something I would be interested in. What a privilege to grow up in such a close knit family and be surrounded by such wonderful food. It is a luxury that many people, especially today, don't realize they are missing out on. Hopefully this book and others will entice younger people to experience the joys of cooking and baking and bring their families back to the table. Families connecting around the table is the best place for them to be and what makes a house a home. I loved this book and encourage all those who love to cook and read cookbooks or know someone who they would like to encourage to spend more time in the kitchen, purchase this book.
Butius Butius
Fry Bacon. Add Onions: The Valentine Family & Friends Cookbook is a marvelous cookbook that is meant for reading first and cooking from later. The author has collected and compiled a vast array of family and friend's recipes interspersed with folksy stories of growing up in Pennsylvania. This is a friendly cookbook meant for reading and the recipes are the kind you find in the recipe boxes of grandma and mom.

While there is not table of contents, it works for this cookbook as it's meant to be read as more of a book rather than a cookbook. You can use the search feature to find recipes or you can leisurely read through the book and use the bookmark feature to save your favorite recipes.

If you want to try some good home cooking you will find the following recipes in this cookbook:

Candied Sausage
Delicious Mock Pate
Lisa's Party Mix
Mom's Freezer Coleslaw
Gram's Holiday Gelatin Salad
Quick and Easy Fish Chowder
Lisa's Cincinnati Chili
Kale or other Green's Soup
Dandelion Salad
Soltz
Gram's Sauerkraut

Recommend.