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Mennonite Girls Can Cook
“Mennonite Girls Can Cook” (MGCC) started as “a one-hour idea” to share “heritage” recipes from the Dutch/German/Russian Mennonite tradition on a blog; it has become a place to share faith.
Mennonite Girls Can CookAuthors: Lovella Schellenberg, Anneliese Friesen, Judy Wiebe, Betty Reimer, Bev Klassen, Charlotte Penner, Ellen Bayles, Julie Klassen, Kathy McLellan, Marg BartelContrary to popular opinion, all Mennonites can’t sing, but we can all learn to cook.
Three years ago, Lovella Schellenberg started a blog to record her thoughts, memories, and recipes from her Mennonite heritage. The response was positive – particularly to the recipes.
“Sharing meals with family”, “The power of the oatcake”, “Attracting others to Christ”, “Eating round the table”, “Bringing food and faith together”