→ Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine: The real deal – The Washington Post
Right out of the gate the writer makes a very important point about PA Dutch cuisine in particular, and PA Dutch culture in general, that one should keep in mind.
The great myth is that Pennsylvania Dutch means Amish, when in fact the Amish represent only about 5 percent of the total Pennsylvania Dutch population,” says Weaver, director of the Keystone Center for the Study of Regional Foods and Food Tourism in Devon, Pa. “They are good farmers, but culinary art is not what they are about.
→ Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback - Reading Eagle
Learn about the Landis White Cucumber, an heirloom variety recently unearthed from Dr. Weaver's Roughwood seed collection and now being grown in ...
→ Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum digging into shoofly pie folklore - lehighvalleylive.com.
William Woys Weaver, author of "As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine" will be ...
“Dutch Treats” contains more than 100 recipes from the 25 counties that form the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, replete with the history of each dish, its Pennsylvania German and ...
→ Taste The Harvest | Visit PA Dutch Country
Follow the link for more events at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center.
→ No More Fakelore: Revealing The Real Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine - NPR
As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine by William Woys Weaver on Amazon.com
Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback
Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum digging into shoofly pie folklore
Cocalico Corner: ‘Dutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes from Farmhouse Kitchens by William Woys Weaver
EVENT | Taste The Harvest at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center
No More Fakelore: Revealing The Real Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine