Mennonite Men Can Cook, Too
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Willard Roth is a topnotch cook who grew up in a sprawling Iowa farm family. He has always loved food—growing it, preparing it, eating it. As a Mennonite church leader and journalist, he is as well-known for the dinners he prepares as he is for his sermons or editorials. The man has traveled North America and much of the world, always making notes about the great meals he’s eaten. Then he’s routinely gone home and fiddled around in the kitchen until he can make the dishes he’s loved eating.
In this book are recipes inspired by the food made by his Mennonite mother and grandmothers. Other recipes are inspired from the monasteries he’s visited in Ireland and England. There are also recipes of the food he’s eaten in Ghana, Jamaica, Cyprus, the Netherlands, India, and Nepal. Roth mixes his keen food memories with his years of experience in the kitchen to create recipes that work for the home cook.
Willard Roth breathes hospitality and gives us the tools to practice it ourselves, along with unforgettable, easy-to-prepare recipes.