Mother Anderson's Famous Dutch Kitchens Cookbook 500 Recipes by Request

Mother Anderson's Famous Dutch Kitchens Cookbook 500 Recipes by Request is a wonderful vintage cookbook with recipes from the Anderson Hotel in Wabasha, Minnesota. These are the most requested recipes from the hotel. The stated copyright is 1948, however this printing is a later vintage printing. 

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Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 318 pages. 

Copyright: 1948 

Publisher: Bramhall House 

Author: Jeanne M. Hall and Belle Anderson Ebner 

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Description: Famous throughout the Midwest, Mother Anderson's dishes—three generations good -- are still served to hoards of hungry guests who throng the Anderson Hotel and beg for the recipes. When writing them became a stupendous task, especially on busy Sundays, the family decided to prepare a cookbook with all the often requested favorites. 

Here in this cookbook are more than 500 of them -- succulent, rich, homey, and satisfying -- in the generous beef-pork-chicken-butter-and-cream traditions of the finest American cookery. In 13 chapters which emphasize particularly the breads, meats, and desserts that good eaters love, you will find such wonderful things as Amsterdam Cheese Bread, Orange Bread, Squash Rolls, Orange Coffee Cake; Luxury Sirloin Steak, Pennsylvania Dutch Ham Potpie, Stewed Chicken and Southern Dumplings, Veal Chops Baked in Cream, Roast Turkey with Pecan Dressing; the Best Pineapple Dessert in the World, Dutch Apple Dumplings Supreme, Double Chocolate Marshmallow Cake, Mile-High Sponge Cake, Chocolate Chiffon Pie, and fascinating cookies from Mother's Square Pan to Little Sweet Bites. 

There are also wonderful beverages, soups, vegetables, and salads, (especially slaws), confections -- Mrs. Ebner studied candy making at the Fanny Farmer School of Cookery -- sauces, and such delectable oddments as Harlequin Pears, Spiced Red Apple Rings, and Peaches Poached in Cream. Here is no reducer's manual but marvelous and hearty food for all who share Mother Anderson's conviction -- hers was a Pennsylvania Dutch heritage -- that good eating is part of good living.

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Condition: Good condition. 

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