Dutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes From Farmhouse Kitchens by William Woys WeaverDutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes From Farmhouse Kitchens by William Woys Weaver

Dutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes From Farmhouse Kitchens

byWilliam Woys Weaver

Hardcover | September 15, 2016

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Internationally known food historian William Woys Weaver presents a richly photographed gastronomical journey into the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch food traditions, with more than 100 heritage recipes and the colorful stories behind them - including Shoofly Cake, New Year's Pretzels and the original Snickerdoodles.Dutch Treatsshines a much-anticipated light on the vast diversity of authentic baked goods, festive breads and pastries that we call Pennsylvania Dutch (named for the German-speaking immigrants who settled there starting in the late 1600s).
William Woys Weaver is an internationally known food historian and the author of 16 books. He is a rare 4-time winner of the prestigious IACP/Julia Child Cookbook Awards. His most recent gold medal went toCulinary Ephemera, 2010. His 1993 award-winning cookbookPennsylvania Dutch Country Cookingwill be included in the forthcoming anthol...
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Title:Dutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes From Farmhouse KitchensFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.98 inPublished:September 15, 2016Publisher:St. Lynn's PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943366047

ISBN - 13:9781943366040

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from The cottage cheese tart (on cover) is delicious! I already have a Dutch cookbook, but I ordered this one anyway, and it's a keeper. The 100 or so recipes here are traditional/heirloom Pennsylvania Dutch, not traditional Dutch as in, from the Netherlands, and just like it says, it's ALL treats! I especially suggest making the Dutch Apple Cake. All the recipes are easy to make with regular affordable ingredients -- except for Rosehip jam. Depending on where you live, rosehip puree might be a challenge, but other than that, the book is useful, practical, easy to follow and you can be proud to take your handiwork to share. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2018-08-08

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Internationally known food historian William Woys Weaver presents a richly photographed gastronomical journey into the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch food traditions, with more than 100 heritage recipes and the colorful stories behind them - including Shoofly Cake, New Year's Pretzels and the original Snickerdoodles. Dutch Treats shines a much-anticipated light on the vast diversity of authentic baked goods, festive breads and pastries that we call Pennsylvania Dutch (named for the German-speaking immigrants who settled there starting in the late 1600s)."William Woys Weaver singlehandedly saved fish peppers and he is the reason that semmels, rusks and clafty pudding are on the menu at Woodberry Kitchen. Dutch Treats continues the essential work that includes Country Scrapple and Sauerkraut Yankees, with an authoritative yet affectionate portrait of Pennsylvania Dutch baking, connecting us with the traditions, people and landscape of this special place. Like a warm shoofly cake, Dutch Treats is a gift that will continue to enrich the conversation and our table." ~ Spike Gjerde, chef, Woodberry Kitchen in Baltimore; 2015 James Beard Award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic