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RECIPES FROM THE OLD MILL

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Baking with Whole Grains. By Sarah E Myers and Mary Beth Lind. This book is written by two Amish sisters whose memories bring them back to the old grist mill in the mountains of West Virginia. While giving you the recipes from their childhood they also provide newer recips. Each chapter has an introduction to its grain and then tips and recipes for each. The grains are the basic staples: corn, wheat, rye and buckwheat. There are different quotes and tidbits of information throughout the book. So sit back and read and then enjoy sampling a traditional corn bread, old fashioned apple dumplings, your own chewy granola bars, tortilla wraps, yogurt or multi grain breadsticks. They also include chapters on spreads, breakfast and holiday breads, cultural foods, main dishes and desserts. Spiral bound. 252 pp
Baking with Whole Grains. By Sarah E Myers and Mary Beth Lind. This book is written by two Amish sisters whose memories bring them back to the old grist mill in the mountains of West Virginia. While giving you the recipes from their childhood they also provide newer recips. Each chapter has an introduction to its grain and then tips and recipes for each. The grains are the basic staples: corn, wheat, rye and buckwheat. There are different quotes and tidbits of information throughout the book. So sit back and read and then enjoy sampling a traditional corn bread, old fashioned apple dumplings, your own chewy granola bars, tortilla wraps, yogurt or multi grain breadsticks. They also include chapters on spreads, breakfast and holiday breads, cultural foods, main dishes and desserts. Spiral bound. 252 pp

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Short Description Baking with Whole Grains. By Sarah E Myers and Mary Beth Lind. This book is written by two Amish sisters whose memories bring them back to the old grist mill in the mountains of West Virginia. While giving you the recipes from their childhood they also provide newer recips. Each chapter has an introduction to its grain and then tips and recipes for each. The grains are the basic staples: corn, wheat, rye and buckwheat. There are different quotes and tidbits of information throughout the book. So sit back and read and then enjoy sampling a traditional corn bread, old fashioned apple dumplings, your own chewy granola bars, tortilla wraps, yogurt or multi grain breadsticks. They also include chapters on spreads, breakfast and holiday breads, cultural foods, main dishes and desserts. Spiral bound. 252 pp
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