Strasburg Care Center: Celebrating 50 Years of Caring, 1962 - 2012

 

Strasburg Care Center, Strasburg, North Dakota, 2011, 340 pages, Hardcover.


This new three-ring binder cookbook prepared by the Strasburg Care Center in south central North Dakota with a large ethnic German-Russian population features a number of recipes relating to the Germans from Russia.

Recipe include the following: Plachenda, Pigs in the Blanket, Hochzei Schnapps, Blachinda, Ham Strudels, Pumpkin Blachenta, Grandma Noodles, Homemade Egg Noodles, Nudel mit Sahnesauce, Strudel, Knephla Dough, Strudels, Cheese Buttons, Joann’s Kuchen, One-Pan Kuchen, Kuchen Bars, Wedding Kuchen, Kuchen, Borscht Vegetable Soup, Pickled Watermelon, Hamburger and Dumplings, Potato Soup, Knephla Soup, and others.

Family names who submitted recipes include: Ackerman, Backhaus, Baumgartner, Beck, Bichler, Brandner, Brendel, Buechler, Deringer, Dietz, Dosch, Eberhart, Eberle, Federer, Feist, Fettig, Gabriel, Gefroh, Goldade, Grenz, Grossman, Hauck, Heidrich, Heier, Hirning, Holzer, Horner, Huber, Hulm, Humann, Ibach, Jahner, Jochim, Keller, Kiefer, Kiemele, Klein, Kraft, Kramer, Krumm, Kuhn, Kunz, Kurle, Lauinger, Leier, Lipp, Loebs, Mastel, Materi, Mathern, Mattern, Miller, Mittleider, Mitzel, Nagel, Neis, Ohlhauser, Pfeifer, Reis, Rohrich, Roth, Schaefbauer, Schneider, Scherr, Schiermeister, Schumacher, Schwab, Sehn, Seibel, Senger, Serr, Tschosik, Tschritter, Vetsch, Vetter, Voller, Wagner, Wald, Wangler, Weber, Weichel, Weigel, Weisbeck, Welk, Werner, Wiest, Woehl, Wolf, Wolfe, Zacher and many other family names.


Strasburg Care Center: Celebrating 50 Years of Caring

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