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amish cook friend club

i was just wondering, i have been reading here about the amish cook friend club and think i would like to join, but i was wondering, what is the premium content you gain access to upon joining?


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Under the Books and Subscriptions tab, the premium content is listed as, "free access to any paid products at".  Things in that category this spring were audio files of the Eicher family yodelling and an additional video listed under the "Plainly Delicious" link in the right column.  I may have missed some, and I'm sure there are more in the works.

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Thanks for the clarification.  On another note, I have ordered a few copies of Lovina's new book for myself and Christmas gifts.  At you can take a peek at some of the pages and it looks beautiful.  As I understand it, all the pictures in the book were taken at the Eicher's house.  It is still at the pre-release price and if you order over $25 at Amazon the shipping is free!  Kevin, any chance of seeing this book in Sam's Club or Walmart?

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Hey, Alicia, thanks for the comments!  First of all "premium content" is primarily access to a series of videos delivered by email throughout the year. Some Friend Club members have already had their first video emailed to them, with several more to come over the next month....and, yes, the cookbook should be available at WalMart, Sam's, and Costco......

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thanks for the help you two but all it says is

  • Access to all premium content at     
  • and i am simply wondering what the premium content consists of.......

Re: amish cook friend club

I have been wondering the same thing - I can't find anywhere what the "premium content" is. 


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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift... that's why they call it the present."

You can also click on the very first heading on the homepage.

Re: amish cook friend club

 Go tp the Editor's Blog, find his page 20, March 29, 2008. That explaines The Friend Club.   Hope you will join and enjoy the fun like the rest of us.Smile

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