More than a cookbook… a collection of scenic Lancaster County country photographs entwined with Betty’s stories and recollections. Written from the heart and soul, this book passes on a traditional way of life as well as some of the best Pennsylvania German country recipes. With vivid memories of her childhood, Betty Groff recalls the ways of family farm life among the “plain people” of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The recipes for the delicious food from her family’s kitchen have been passed down and perfected by Betty’s decades of experience as a restaurateur. Basics, light fare, and exquisite traditional main and dessert dishes are easily prepared from Betty’s easy-to-follow recipes using plenty of garden vegetables and fresh fruits. Beloved for preserving Pennsylvania German culinary arts, this book presents the best of Betty’s stories and recipes in her tradition. To order this book go to www.Amishshop.com Richard from Amish Stories. Monday will be a new post im calling “Winter”. And then on Tuesday Jean and David both share their stories about the accident in New York state involving the Amish. Thursday will be the Amish cook, and then i give a diner review of Jennies diner in Lancaster including a diner recipe from a real diner, along with some diner lingo.