Breaking Amish fans rejoice. Information on how to get Mama Mary Schmucker’s cookbook is making its rounds through the Breaking Amish Facebook Fan Pages. Keep reading to find out more about Mama Mary’s Amish Cookbook.
Mama Mary Schmucker has a cookbook
Excitement about Mama Mary’s cookbook first made its waves in December 2014. At the time, Rebecca and Abe Schmucker announce via their Facebook. This announcement causes a hustle and bustle because fans were in a frenzy to get their copy for Christmas. It didn’t help that at the time, the Schmuckers let it known that they “only have a limited amount before the holidays.”
In 2018, fans got to spend more time with Mama Mary Schmucker. TLC rolls out a Go Original series called Cooking With Mary. The three episodes on TLC’s website were released on November 18, 2018. The recipes these episodes features are buttermilk biscuit recipe, lazy cake recipe, and wedding chicken recipe.
Luckily for fans that purchase Mama Mary’s cookbook, it looks like they’ll get those recipes and then some. Rebecca and Abe’s 2014 announcement assures fans of the content of the book. “Our new cookbooks just arrived!!! We are very excited to share our recipes of all our favorite family meals,” they write.
What to expect from the book
According to the cookbook’s table of contents, there are at least 87 pages. The categories include the following.
- Soups, Salads
- Main Dishes
- Breads, Rolls
- Household Hints
How to get Mama Mary’s cookbook
With Return to Amish Season Six premiering this past Monday, March 22nd. It seems that there is a renewed interest in Mama Mary’s cookbook. According to Breaking Amish and Return to Amish Facebook, there are two ways to get hands-on this cookbook. The first is to write to Mary at the following address and include $12 for the book and $8 shipping and handling.
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