Author: Laura Anne Lapp
Review by: Mandy Apgar
Pleasant. Nothing more. Just a "year in the life" sort of
examination of what an Amish family planted and did in their garden.
Canning, the eternal radish season, problems with growing certain crops
and methods they used to increase taste or yield, things like that. Only
thing I thought was odd was that there were photos of what I presume
were the family all over the book and having an aunt who was originally
Amish I had been taught that they weren't supposed to have their photo
taken. But it was a nice, quick examination into traditional methods.