A World Community Cookbook
Product Code: 9103
Binding Information: Hardback
Size: 9.00 x
Publication Date: 8/1/2011
Availability: In stock.
This is a new edition of Herald Press’s all-time best-selling cookbook, helping thousands of families establish a climate of joy and concern for others at mealtime.
The late author&rsqup;s introductory chapters have been edited and revised for today’s cooks. Statistics and nutritional information have been updated to reflect current American and Canadian eating habits, health issues, and diet guidelines. The new U.S. food chart “My Plate” was slipped in at the last minute and placed alongside Canada’s Food Guide.
But the message has changed little from the one that Doris Janzen Longacre promoted in 1976, when the first edition of this cookbook was released. In many ways she was ahead of her time in advocating for people to eat more whole grains and more vegetables and fruits, with less meat, saturated fat, and sugars.
This book is part of the World Community Cookbook series that is published in cooperation with Mennonite Central Committee, a worldwide ministry of relief, development, and peace.
“Mennonites are widely recognized as good cooks. But Mennonites are also a people who care about the world’s hungry.”—Doris Janzen Longacre
We are connected to our food—cultivating it, preserving it, and preparing it. We are nurturers instead of consumers. This shift affects our relationship to the Giver of our daily bread. We become co-creators with God and stewards of God's garden. More-with-Less Cookbook invites us to recognize and remember this connection.
—Mary Beth Lind, co-author of Simply in Season, in the new Foreword
"More-with-Less Cookbook is a fascinating book because it is really so much more than a cookbook. It takes a very spiritual approach to food. Asking the the reader to consider the ramifications of wastefulness worldwide and suggesting that we can eat a more healthful diet while consuming less of the worlds resources at the same time. I think the most fascinating thing to me about the book is that this seems like such a modern 'green' concept, but the first edition of this book was written in 1976! The cookbook portion of the book is a collection of traditional Mennonite recipes that are based on using whole foods. I found the recipes to be interesting, budget friendly, and tasty!
--Thrifty Jenny blog