Hutterite Community Cookbook
Third Expanded Edition
By Samuel Hofer
Hofer Publications, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1992, 176 pages,
The Hutterite Community Cookbook includes both history and cookery.
Since the first edition of The Hutterite Treasury of Recipes was published in 1986, this best-selling cookbook has been reprinted
more than thirty times. In this expanded edition, the author has
once again included a section that deals with the lifestyle and
history of the Hutterites.
The history section includes: Introducing the Hutterites, History, Language, Life in the Colony, and Hutterite Food and Traditions. There is an excellent bibliography
of sources and an index.
Here you will find authentic mouth-watering dishes, soups and borscht,
desserts, pies, cookies, and more from one of North America's traditional
communal groups. Each recipe has been adapted for use in average-sized households so you can enjoy the basic and robust cuisine that
has been tradition in Hutterite dining halls for many generations.
Each recipe is easy to follow and requires mostly common affordable
Sample recipes includes: Apple Stritzel, Pfeffernussen, Lebkuchen,
Kroffeln, Dampfleish, sauerkraut with meat, Knädle, Maul Toschen,
chicken dumplings, cabbage rolls, Gritz soup, Kasha (potato soup),
Kattufel Suppen (potato soup), Borscht, Pfannkuchen, Gripen Fleck
(crackling bread), Saskatoon berry cheesecake, and many other recipes.
The Hutterite Community Cookbook
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