Marcia Adams of Fort Wayne, Indiana is an award-winning food columnist and culinary expert, best known for her popular PBS cooking programs and her prize-winning cookbooks on Amish and Midwestern cooking. She hosted Marcia Adams’ Kitchen, a 26-part WBGU-PBS series that featured heirloom recipes along with regional history and culture. Adams is a recognized authority on Amish foods and folkways as well as Midwestern cuisine. Her books include: Cooking From Quilt Country: Hearty Recipes from Amish and Mennonite Kitchens (1988); Heartland: The Best of the Old and the New from Midwest Kitchens (1991); Christmas in the Heartland (1992); Heirloom Recipes: Yesterday’s Favorites, Tomorrow’s Treasures (1994); Recipes Remembered (1995).
Samples of her recipes may be found at RecipeZaar: http://www.recipezaar.com/cookbook.php?bookid=49352.
Marcia has a blog which can be found at: http://marciaadams.blogspot.com/.