Recommended Books Section
Cookbooks; Culinary Biographies & Memoirs; Food History, Science & References

Home       Food Articles       Food Trivia & Facts       Today in Food History       Recipes       Cooking Tips       Food Videos       Food Quotes       Who's Who       Food Trivia Quizzes       Crosswords       Food Poems       Cookbooks       Food Posters       Recipe Contests       Culinary Schools       Gourmet Tours       Food Festivals

 You are here > Home

COOKBOOKSS: 'Saint' to 'Sweet' >  Simply in Season



From Amateur & Basic Cooking Classes to Professional Chef Training
Over 1,000 schools & classes listed for all 50 States, Online & Worldwide


Simply In Season


(World Community Cookbook)
by Mary Beth Lind, Cathleen Hockman-Wert


This comfortable little book will snuggle in nicely on the shelf with the many submitted recipe, church cookbooks that we have accumulated. Its spiral bound, lay flat format and abundance of very manageable recipes adds to its friendliness. However, there are also distinctions to be drawn, as this is not a butter lovers bible or a meat lovers manifesto, but really a lesson in living- living a lifestyle that is unfamiliar to so many - a  rational and systematic blueprint for well being. You grow the food, you harvest the food when ready, you process and prepare the food while it is still in its prime. I know about this. My partner is a passionate gardener, and I in turn find delight, with a dash of responsibility throw in, to plate meals that are worthy of her efforts.  If you have never been there, Simply in Season will allow you to drift along with the current of a different stream.

     Put out by the Mennonite Central Committee, Simply in Season offers a generous variety of tested, quality recipes from the world stage, with an emphasis on vegetarian fair. The 352 page, full color cookbook contains 307 recipes for all seasons. The book is authored by, Mary Beth Lind of West Virginia, and Cathleen Hockman Worth of Oregon. Cooking with fresh picked food - can it get any better then that?
Leonard Alcamo- for The Food Reference website



Salads: Beyond the Bowl        Sam Arnold's Frying Pans West       Seoultown Kitchen        The Saint Tropez Diet        Sam the Cooking Guy        SF Ferry Plaza FM CB        Scallops       Scandinavian Cookbook        The Scandinavian Kitchen        Seamus Mullen's Hero Food        Seasonal Spanish Food        Secret Recipes for the Modern Wife        Secrets of Red Lantern        Semi Home Made Cooking        Semi Homemade Cooking 2       Semi Home Made Desserts        Semi Homemade Cooking 3        Semi Homemade Grilling 2        Semi Homemade Slow Cooker Recipes 2        Semi Homemade 20 Minute Meals 2        The Serotonin Power Diet        Sharing Mountain Recipes        Shellfish        Shinin' Times at The Fort:        Shun Lee Cookbook        The Silver Spoon        Simple Comforts        Simply Fresh       Simply Great Breads        Simply Ming        Simply in Season        Simply Natural Baby Food        Simply Salads        Sinfully Vegan        6 O'Clock Scramble        Sizzle, Sensational BBQ        Slow Food Nation's Come to the Table        The Sneaky Chef        So Sweet!        Sober Celebrations        Sonoma Diet, The        The Soup Book        The South Beach Diet        South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays        South Beach Diet Quick and Easy        Splendid Spoonful        Spice Dreams        Spice Kitchen        The Spice is Right        Steak with Friends        Steamin' Down the Tracks        The Sugar Fix        Sugar Sugar        Sumptuous Suppers        Superfoods        Super Immunity Foods        Sushi with Style       The Swedish Table        Sweet!: From Agave to Turbinado        Sweet Eats        Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons        Sweet Vegan




Home       About & Contact       Food History Articles       Interviews       Cooking Contests       Other Links

Please feel free to link to any pages of from your website.

For permission to use any of this content please E-mail:
All contents are copyright © 1990 - 2014 James T. Ehler and unless otherwise noted.
All rights reserved.

You may copy and use portions of this website for non-commercial, personal use only.
Any other use of these materials without prior written authorization is not very nice and violates the copyright.

Please take the time to request permission.







Popular Pages

Chef with red wine glass