Mennonite Girls Can Cook - Celebrations

Mennonite Girls Can Cook - Celebrations


Life is a gift from God, so why not celebrate?

The bestselling authors of Mennonite Girls Can Cook return with a second course in their new Celebrations cookbook. From mouthwatering mini-muffins and succulent soufflé to campers' stew and lattice-topped grilled apples, the Mennonite Girls share recipes to honor all of life. Join the girls for brunch celebrating a child's birth, campfire cooking with family, and even the more somber celebrations of a life well-lived. Filled from cover to cover with devotional reflections, personal stories, and beautiful photos, this book contains much more than recipes--it will soon become your kitchen companion for life's celebrations.

Like their first book, Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Celebrations includes many gluten free adaptations!


What a wonderful book this is.  Not only is it a recipe book, it's a book with many other qualities, including lovely stories, poems and psalms.  The photography is great and very inspiring.  The recipes, are varied and for people with different levels of expertise; from the beginner to the advanced.  The Chocolate Crispy Rice Roll on page 56 is one I want to make as soon as possible.  The Seafood Chowder on Page 191 looks so good.

Stars out of 5 : 5 This book is well worth the money.  It would make a great Bridal Shower gift; or even just a great "because I was thinking of you," gift.  It will make a great addition to your current recipe book collection.  Normally I donate all books I review; this one I'm keeping!!!  It will be a book I will be turning too regularly.  Oh and I LOVE the material of the aprons.


"Book has been provided courtesy of MennoMedia and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. 
Available at your favourite bookseller from Herald Press, a publishing imprint of MennoMedia".

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  1. Isn't it just awesome!? My copy will be in my family a LONG time! :)

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