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Keep Your Family Closer with Traditional Amish Recipes: Home Is Where Good Food Is - cover

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Keep Your Family Closer with Traditional Amish Recipes: Home Is Where Good Food Is

Ida Smith

Publisher: Ida Smith

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Summary

There's something comforting and amazing when you are gathered at a family event, and you have a delicious range of desserts, foods, and drinks neatly arranged on the table.  
  
This feeling doesn't just come with any types of meals; they come with exceptional meals and drinks that are well prepared with amazing recipes such as the meals and drinks that we have put together for you in this Cookbook.  
  
So, if you want your family to feel at home during mealtime, just go AMISH!!  
 

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