With one small idea, a movement was born. More-with-Less has given generations of cooks easy, healthy recipes that are gentle on the budget and mindful of those who are hungry. This 40th anniversary edition preserves hundreds of timeless recipes and tips from Doris Janzen Longacre’s bestselling cookbook, with updates by award-winning food writer Rachel Marie Stone.
Simple. Wholesome. Generous. Faithful.
The World Community Cookbook series is commissioned by and benefits the work of Mennonite Central Committee, a worldwide ministry of relief, development, and peacebuilding.
My Review: More-With-Less is more than just another cookbook, this book is filled with 4 chapters of " Less with More, Change, Building a simple diet, and eat with joy. Also you can find 12 chapters of foods by category, and 10 other areas in the back like the topical index and more. My favorite recipe in Starters and snacks by far would be "Fresh Salsa or Guacamole" , by far the Guacamole was the best! Desert was a hard one for me because I LOVE Desert!!! ALL of the Custards are my favorites lol... Pumpkin Custard, and Rice Pudding YUMMM.... I am telling you , this cookbook is awesome! One more area I just could not leave without saying what my favorite was, Vegetables, I LOVE Cabbage anything cabbage, Fried, skillet, and creamy. I think I forgot to mention the photographs in this book are amazing! What is the best part of this book you ask, well for me,The World Community Cookbook series because it benefits the work of the Mennonite Central Committee and is a world wide ministry of relief, and peace building. With that said these recipes are from all over! I love how this cookbook helps teach you about world hunger, and shows you how Christians could help make a difference .
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