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Thy Hand Hath Provided Cookbook (coil bound) - $15.99

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For inquiries about ordering more than 2 cookbooks or international shipping costs/shipping times, please email us at thyhand123@gmail.com.

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Thy Hand Hath Provided Cookbook (e-book) - $9.99

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(Please note the e-book version does not include recipe referencing or an index.)


After years of compiling recipes inspired by the garden and the preserved produce in our pantry and freezer, I have put them all together into a cookbook and added favorite family recipes.  Many of the recipes are updated versions of those I've shared on my website.  Others are new!  With this unique cookbook in hand, you'll be all set to begin making delicious homemade and homegrown meals for yourself and your family.


{These photos are not included in the cookbook but the recipes are!}

What makes this cookbook different is that most of the recipes relate directly to the canning and freezing instructions provided within.  This means you can use the cookbook three ways:

~ You can cook and bake from it like any other cookbook.   

~ You can use the page references within the recipes to find instructions on how to preserve your own food next year to use in the recipes you like best.

~ You can glean recipe ideas for how to use food you grow in your garden, buy at the farmer's market or have already preserved.

In addition to recipes, I've provided detailed preserving sections on canning and freezing.  Written for both beginners and seasoned preservers, it will give you the confidence you need to begin preserving many basic fruits and vegetables, if you so choose.

The cookbook is 185 pages long, includes 173 recipes (including canning and freezing instructions), is coil bound so it will lay nicely on your counter top, has a protective clear plastic cover, measures 6" x 8.5", contains a very thorough index and ends with a helpful Equivalents and Substitutions page.  The inside content and pictures are black and white in order to keep the cost down.

Speaking of cost, let me be honest and say that I despised pricing this cookbook!  I wanted the price to represent the quality and quantity of resources it holds and totally and utterly respect your desire to not spend a lot of money.  I pray I've been able to reflect the right balance.  Also, I would love to tell you that 100% of the proceeds go toward charity, but I can't do that.  I will tell you that the proceeds will go to pay back the investment I've put into the book, and once that's reimbursed, will be absorbed into our finances.  If you know me, you will trust (as you can) that it will be used wisely with the goal of giving as much as we can to others.

Now you know everything there is to know about this cookbook.  I hope you love it!

Love,
Jane

P.S. For inquiries about ordering more than 2 cookbooks or international shipping costs/shipping times, please email us at thyhand123@gmail.com.

Cookbook Reviews:  
by Mavis, at One Hundred Dollars a Month
by Anneliese, one of the girls of Mennonite Girls Can Cook
by Amy at Homestead Revival
by the Canned Quilter at Hickery Holler Farm
by Herrick Kimball at The Deliberate Agrarian
by Mama Pea at A Home Grown Journal


Thy Hand Hath Provided Cookbook - $15.99

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38 comments:

  1. I couldn't be more excited for you if I knew you personally!!! Blessings. I can't wait to get my hands on it. And, absolutely, I will share the news. Congratulations!

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  2. Just ordered your cookbook. I love getting your emails from your blog. I am a wife and foster-mom. I love many of the recipes you post so I can't wait to get the cookbook. I also ordered one for my mom for Christmas. May God bless you and the selling of your cookbook.

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  3. Exciting! Congratulations on the newest "baby." :)

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  4. Pinned it and Tweeted it. Congratulations, I hope it is very successful!

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  5. Boy,you had me for a moment ,but this is nice too,your new baby,If I could afford it ,it would go to a favorite friend cus this looks amazing,good luck and "Happy Thanksgiving" to you and your family

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  6. Congratulations! Can you tell me how to go about ordering 3 cookbooks, please?

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  7. jrmom, Thank you! Please send us an email to thyhand123@gmail.com so we have your email and can send you the details. Thank you for your interest!

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  8. Wow! How did I not know about this? I haven't been reading your blog as often lately, and this takes me totally by surprise. How awesome! I am totally going to buy one (or more), but we are leaving for a week in just a few minutes, so I don't have the time. I wanted to congratulate you on this, though, and I will spread the word - a woman I work with tried one of your recipes a couple of months ago and still talks about it, so I am sure she would be interested to know about this!

    Have a wonderful Turkey Day! And congrats on this wonderful achievement!

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    1. Thank you, thank you and thank you!:-) Safe travels and Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

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  9. This is very exciting- I look forward to purchasing a copy. Congratulations on this accomplishment!!

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  10. This book is just what I am looking for. I love the pictures. I think the meals in the pictures look amazing. Yum! If I don't win it through the giveaway at Homestead Revival, I will be back to buy it.

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  11. Congratulations! Looking forward to reading your cookbook.

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  12. Congratulations! I am looking forward to reading your cookbook!

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  13. this is a cookbook what I like. Just simple and not all kind of"strange" ingredients.
    We have two daughters who like to cook so,if simple they really will enjoy it.

    Congratulations!!
    Greetings, Wilma

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  14. would love to have this cookbook. i love cooking from scratch...avoid all the preservatives that have stuff that you cannot pronouce, much less understand what they are! love your site, and good luck on the sales on your cookbook:)

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  15. You are very funny and its in such an uplifting way. I just love reading your blog, so inspiring and so yummy!!! you have creadted a warm and wonderful home for your family,so so lovely! I have a question for ya...would you maybe consider selling a PDF version of your cookbook? I have all my recipe's on my computer and I would really love to purchase your recipe's to put on here. thank's and good day to ya! Lisa Jo

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    1. I don't have plans to sell a PDF version, but I'm working on getting it in e-reader form (if this helps):-). Thanks for your encouragement!

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  16. Thank you so much for answering back so fast. That would be great too the E-reader book. Lovely! I'll keep my eye out for that. will you post it here on your blog when you do get that done in the future?
    Have agreat day, Lisa Jo

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  17. Will the e-book work on my Nook?

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  18. I just wanted to let you know I received mine in mail the other day. It's beautiful! Absolutely great.
    So many recipes I want to try. Hard to decided which one will be first. ; )

    Thanks again.

    Lynn C.

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  19. Rhodes W
    What did I do this August? I pulled up my green bean plants, planted more. Watch ugly bugs eat and destroy my Swiss Chard plants and had to plant new. Cleaned out two beds for fall plantings. My daughter came to town and we went kayaking, crabbing, and to the beach. Then we went to my son's house and helped him move to another house. Each day, my husband and I count the number of limes on our tree, thinking that we will get more. I went to a conference in Orlando and we rescued a boxer.

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  20. Mary Beth H.

    What did I do this August?? Hmmm..a lot of working, a coupla barbecues, I saved a dog who was hit by a car, and adopted a feral cat. No one wanted her, so now she has us. Hee, hee. *sigh* I wish I had a more exciting life to talk about.

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  21. This is what I did in August: I gave my daughter-in-law a baby shower as we are expecting our very first grandchild (Yea!) As a baby shower favor, I made and canned homemade strawberry jam (or as we labeled it "Princess Strawberry" jam". Thanks for sharing and "teaching" all of us.
    Kathy S.

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  23. August is a fun, busy month. I prepared to start another year teaching, strung strands of cayenne peppers to dry, harvested the last clinging produce in the garden, went to a campmeeting to hear great preaching and relished each day the LORD gave me.
    Thanks for your blog! LB

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  24. Just had to leave a message. Ordered and received your cookbook VERY QUICKLY! Thank you so much, I love it!

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  25. Happy new year! I received your cookbook for Christmas from my daughter(it was on my wish list)I was so excited and so were they. They won one of the free ones!! I just wanted to thank you!

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  26. I have not yet tried a recipe from your cookbook, but I am very anxious to! I have recently moved and as soon as I am settled (and the snow ceases) I want to get started with my garden and your book. Please enter me in the drawing for a cookbook

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  27. Hello Jane ~ I haven't tried any recipes yet and would love too. I love cookbooks and I appreciate your posts and all the hard work that you put into preparing them. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and kindness with us. Blessings! Jennifer

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