Many of the newer recipes include items such as fresh herbs, caramelized onions, roasted red peppers and many other items which you would find in more upscale restaurants.
Along with many of the recipes are stories that we have highlighted in boxes near the recipes giving some detail about where the recipe originated, or how we came upon developing it. Some of the stories also offer serving suggestions. We believe that you will enjoy the stories as much as the recipes!
Steamed Maryland Crabs Cooked and Ready to Pick and Eat with Cousin Hermie's Crab Dipping Sauce or to Make Crabcakes, Crabmeat Hoezel or Other Great Dishes
This cookbook is very diverse. As you can see from the picture below of Maryland crabs, we have also developed a love for great seafood. This cookbook encompasses a vast array of recipes and styles.
Making Pennsylvania Dutch Ham Pot Pie
SOME OF OUR RECIPES FOR YOU TO TRY
Below are some of the recipes that you will find in our new 232 page hardbound cookbook. The cookbook contains over 650 recipes which are a combination of old family heirloom Pennsylvania Dutch recipes as well as many other recipes that have been developed through the years by us or by our family and friends.
Making Pennsylvania Dutch Rival Soup
Rich & Sandy Allison won first place with this recipe in the National Honey Association's - "Honey of a Tailgate Contest" where they competed nationally across the United States against thousands of other entries. This recipe is on page #2 of their cookbook, Cooking from the Farm to the City
SMOKED PULLED PORK SANDWICHES WITH HONEY BBQ SAUCE
Try Some of Our Sample Recipes from the Cookbook
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