Saturday, September 3, 2016

Review: 99 Favorite Amish Soups & Stews by:Georgia Varozza

 99 Favorite Amish Soups and Stews: Hearty, Flavorful Recipes to Fill Your Soul
About the Book:
Dish Out Some Simple Goodness

Georgia Varozza, author of 99 Favorite Amish Recipes and The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook, presents 99 Favorite Amish Soups and Stews. This little cookbook is packed with recipes for delicious soups and hearty stews, along with tasty side dishes to round out your meal.

All you need are a few basic ingredients and some savory spices to make appealing meals that are sure to become family favorites. Learn how to create...

Potato Rivel Soup
Chicken Corn Chowder
Ground Turkey Chili
Beef Stew with Dumplings
...and other filling fare!

Whether you're looking for some comfort food for a cold night or preparing to serve a potluck dinner, this cookbook is the perfect go-to resource. When you bring the warmth and simplicity of Amish cooking to the table, everyone comes away satisfied.

My Review:
 The fall season is just about upon us and the closer it gets the more my family and I want some good hearty soups and stews. With that being said and our love for everything Amish it was an extreme pleasure to read this cookbook and to try some goodies from it. The author is not new to these sort of recipes, I have tried some from her past cookbooks and they were delicious and these are the exact same. The soups and stews from her latest are quite simple to make and oh so delicious.

 Some of our favorites were Potato and Velveeta Cheese Soup, this one is perfect for tailgating fun. Another great one for a fall church potluck would be the White Bean Soup. The best one in my opinion for a cold, blustery evening would be the Beef and Sweet Potato Stew. Don't these recipes just have your mouth watering. The author even gives you a few recipes for some bread type items to go aong with your soups and stews to complete the meal. YUM!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

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