Unofficial Schrute Farms Cookbook
Fans of The Office TV series and beet lovers will enjoy Beet This, which is an Unofficial Schrute Farms Cookbook.
I happen to enjoy The Office and cooking and eating beets, so found this book to be both useful and fun.
Many of the recipes are made with beets, but not all of them.
The non-beet recipes are appropriate for a German farm family to enjoy.
Some of the recipes are things that I would make for my family.
However, my family is not exactly like Dwight and the rest of the Schrute family, so other recipes are purely for entertainment.
The book is fun to read and is filled with references to the show and the memorable characters we love.
An Unofficial Schrute Farms Cookbook
by Tyanni Niles, Sam Kaplan and Keith Riegert
Pub Date 7/27/21
This is a hilarious cookbook featuring rustic, beet-heavy recipes that everyone’s number one Assistant to the Regional Manager would approve of.
Written by The Office superfans for The Office superfans, Beet This will help you take your love of all things Dunder Mifflin to the next level.
After years of thinking about it, we finally summoned the courage to write this book.
It is a parody and homage to Dwight Schrute and his family’s rich history as the purveyors of Schrute Farms, the most respected and storied beet farm in Honesdale, Pennsylvania.
To get started, we asked ourselves one main question:
What would a family cookbook look like if the Schrute family passed recipes down from one generation to the next, and then the next?
Heavy on the beets, Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine, and classic German recipes, Beet This is what we imagine our favorite quirky, stoic, and self-sufficient family would have compiled over the decades.
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