Compiled by Mary Raber. Often thought of as a cookbook for missionaries, the recipes in this collection also work well for home folks wanting made-from-scratch meals. Recipes from a variety of countries, including Mexico, India, Bangladesh, Russia, and African countries. … Read More
Compiled by Beverly Unruh. A canning and freezing cookbook with over 150 recipes, now in its second edition. Sections include fruits, vegetables, meats, pickles, jellies and jams, sauces, and other recipes. 122 pages; hardcover with ring binder.
This cookbook with more than 500 recipes has been in print for a number of years and is now available from Gospel Publishers. Recipes from Brazil are found throughout this cookbook. Paperback with comb binding; Carol Schultz.
This fine collection of recipes has already shown its worth by its wide circulation and use. It contains about 900 recipes in thirteen sections, with a complete index. 284 pages; paper with plastic coil binding; Yost.
Recipes collected by the Ben and Clara Goossen family. This cookbook was compiled by Anita Goossen and contains 550 recipes. A section titled “Gifts from the Kitchen” is included at the back of the book and contains ideas and recipes … Read More
Doris Janzen Longacre with Rachel Marie Stone. More than 500 recipes gathered from Mennonite kitchens on how to eat better and consume less of the world’s limited food resources. This 40th Anniversary Edition includes attractive full-color illustrations throughout. 320 pages; … Read More