"The Amish Family Cookbook" by Jerry and Tina Eicher is a collection of recipes used by Amish and in books with Amish in them. I learned one thing from reviewing this book and that is that I don't like using a kindle for a cookbook. This book doesn't include a "go to" button to each chapter. So it makes flipping through impossible. I also do not have a kindle fire, so no pictures were available to me either. Pictures are a must have in a cookbook.
But as for the cookbook itself, it is pretty good. The last Amish cookbook I used tended to be variations of stews and soups, this one is a more modern style of cooking. Amish cook pretty much like everybody else, more vegetables and desserts maybe, but this one is pretty contemporary. I bookmarked several recipes to try at a later date and made the buttermilk cake. Good, by the way. I especially like the venison recipes that were included. I am always looking for new ways to serve deer. I highly recommend this book, especially for say, a new bride. Has a lot of basic learn to cook recipes. I would however, recommend getting a regular book and not a digital. I recieved this book for free from http://www.netgalley.com/.