Bestselling authors of Mennonite Girls Can Cook return with a second course in time for Mother’s Day
Waterloo (April 2013) - When Mennonite Girls Can Cook released in 2011, the authors had no idea that there would be such an outpouring of support from their faithful readers, or that the book would quickly become a Canadian bestseller. With readers around the world hungry for a second course, Herald Press is thrilled for Celebrations to be available across Canada on May 1, 2013.
Drawing on the recipes passed down from their Russian Mennonite ancestors, Lovella Schellenberg along with Anneliese Friesen, Betty Reimer, Bev Klassen, Charlotte Penner, Ellen Bayles, Judy Wiebe, Julie Klassen, Kathy McLellan, and Marg Bartel have selected their favorites for Mennonite Girls Can Cook Celebrations.
“Working closely alongside Herald Press to create such a beautiful book has been an absolute privilege. We are so pleased with the finished product and hope that the mouth-watering photos will be just what our readers are waiting for” said Lovella.
For the May launch of Celebrations the Mennonite Girls will be appearing on a variety of national and local media outlets. They will also be doing book signings at Ten Thousand Villages locations across Canada. Book signing dates, times and locations can be found on the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog; http://www.mennonitegirlscancook.ca
Each of the 118 recipes found in Celebrations are traditional, family favorites made in honor of a specific celebration, from baby showers and weddings to the holidays and celebrations of life. Filled with personal family stories and beautiful photos, this full-color book contains much more than recipes- something that the ladies’ thousands of faithful blog followers appreciate.