Tune in on Thursday at 4:00 pm Central! To listen in – go here and just click on the player in the top right corner.
Don’t miss this week’s show. I’ll be speaking with cookbook author Judy Walter. Her cookbook, At Home in the Kitchen: Mennonite, Hutterite and Amish-Style Cooking, reflects Judy’s enjoyment of cooking and preparing wholesome meals. Each recipe, throughout the wide range of food categories, comes with clear step‑by-step instructions using simple ingredients. Be sure to tune in on Thursday, January 26th at 4PM Central.
More about Judy: The prairies and an amazing grain farm in southern Alberta were home to Judy Walter. In thepattern of Hutterite communities, a central kitchen was the scene of old-fashioned good eating, as delicious and abundant as anyone could wish for. Three times a day the big bell pealed out the sound that signalled the call to the kitchen where the food was waiting.
Years of observing and helping with food preparations gave Judy the opportunity to explore her own bent in the kitchen. She had the experience of being involved in cooking large amounts of food as well as paring down to making meals in her own kitchen. Many guests passed through her doors, leaving with memories of delicious meals or snacks shared around her kitchen nook.
Check out Judy’s blog for recipes along with tips and tricks from At Home in the Kitchen.
More about At Home in the Kitchen: At Home in the Kitchen is a 7″x10″ spiral bound book with full-color laminated covers. There are 8 color pages illustrating a sampling of the recipes as well as celebrating the beauty of Alberta. Along with colorful photos, you will find heart warming anecdotes and personal experiences that enliven the pages of this beautiful cookbook. With over 300 recipes its sure to be a favorite.