The Mennonite Community Cookbook written by Mary Emma Showalter and first published in 1950. Showalter thanks the 125 women from Mennonite Communities across the nation who submitted over 5,500 recipes; 1,100 were selected to publish in the cookbook.
At the beginning of each chapter, Showalter includes a short story, most passed down from her grandmother, also known as "Aunt Mary."
The Mennonite Community Cookbook is an excellent addition to your vintage Mennonite recipe collection or home library.
The book Mennonite Community Cookbook is a cookbook that is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.
Be aware of the food stain on top of 2 pages, all recipes are legible. Please note the wear on the cover and this book being inscribed by Mary Emma Showalter Eby dated 1980, as shown in the photos. Scroll in and view.
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