Enhance your Christmas celebration with any of the thousand delectable recipes gathered together in this cookbook treasure. Quilters from across North America offer recipes--both comforting and exotic--from their smorgasbord of food traditions.
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Enhance your Christmas celebrations with any of the thousand delectable recipes gathered together in this cookbook treasure. Quilters from across North America offer recipes-both comforting and exotic-from their smorgasbord of food traditions. Here, too, are some of their favorite Christmas memories and stories. Renew your holidays with this treat for body and soul!About the Author:
Louise Stoltzfus learned the arts of quilting and cooking from her mother, Miriam Stoltzfus. While she puts occasional stitches in one of the many quilts her mother always has in frame, Stoltzfus regrettably seldom finds time for quilting.
Stoltzfus authored the first quilters’ cookbook, Favorite Recipes from Quilters. She also co-authored The Central Market Cookbook, The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals,and Lancaster County Cookbook.
Stoltzfus is an editor for Good Books and director of The People’s Place Gallery in Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
Dawn Ranck helped to make her first quilt—a doll quilt—at age seven, with the help of her Grandma Engel. She is currently handpiecing a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt.
Ranck also enjoys cooking and gardening and combines the two by growing herbs and using them in her cooking.
Ranck is Designer and Production Manager for Good Books.
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