I love Amish books. I don't know why but I do. In fact my local librarian would probably agree (besides school books for my kids) I normally check out some kind of Amish fiction. Maybe I am intrigued by the lifestyle I'm not sure. However my Mom love's them too so maybe I inherited it (lol).
Anyway what ever the reason I recently read the book. An Amish Kitchen by Beth Wiseman, Kelly Long, and Amy Clipston
I thoroughly enjoyed it. It contains three short stories that lived up to my expectations. Simple, Amish love stories...the best kind. The first book is called "A Taste of Faith" it is about a girl called Fern who I would call a 'Herbalist'. The second book is called "A Spoonful of Love" is an interesting story about forgiving ourselves. The third story "A Recipe for Hope" is about love between a mother and daughter.
I found the Amish recipes included very interesting...I am going to have to try some soon. There is also some simple homeopathic recipes to aid things from teething to bad breath and a lot of others.
If you love Amish fiction you will enjoy this read.
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