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Mennonite Meals - In California??

California isn't exactly the locale where one would typically start their search for delicious stick-to-your ribs Mennonite cooking, but apparently there is a place in the Golden State that dishes up such fare. I know we have a few site visitors near Fresno (Quiltermom, this one is for you!).  In addition to describing typical Mennonite cooking, this article has some interesting history in it, too.  So click here for a taste.

Re: Mennonite Meals - In California??

Hi Kevin, thanks for the information. Unfortunatly I have to work on Saturday so my family & I wouldn't be able to make this, but the info is great. I looked up Reedley from Sacramento and its about 3 hours or 185 miles. With the price of gas in California we try to stick close to home, I just filled up the tank and it was 3.63/gallon. Too bad I have to work or I may talk the hubby into taking a trip on Saturday. If you hear of anymore things like this please post. One of these days we'll get down to the area to check out for ourselves.    Quiltermom

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