Prepared by the Emmanuel Lutheran Church Women, Gackle, North
Dakota, 1975, 180 pages, Softcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection has reprinted another
impressive cookbook, Emmanuel Lutheran Kitchens, originally compiled
by the Emmanuel Lutheran Church Women of Gackle, North Dakota in
The cookbook contains 180 pages of tried and true recipes divided
into the following categories: Breads, Buns, Sweet Rolls, Pancakes
and Doughnuts; Cakes and Frostings; Cookies and Bars; Pastries,
Pies, and Ice Cream; Desserts; Salads and Dressings; Casseroles
and Main Dishes; Foreign Foods; Candy, Snacks, and Beverages; and
Soups, Preserves, and Miscellaneous.
This cookbook contains several German-Russian recipes such as:
Ammonia Cookies, Blachinda, Cheese Kuechla, Cheese Strudel,Coffee
Kuchen, Filling for Kuchen, Fliesh Knephla, Fleisch Kuckle, German
Cheese Kuchla, German Strudels, Hot Potato Salad (several recipes),
Kas Knephla, Knephla, Knoepfla Soup, Kraut Strudla, Kraut Strudels
(several recipes), Kraut Verinega, Kuchen, Kuchen Dessert, Kuchen
Dough, Kuchen and Filling, Kuchla, Peppernut Cookies (several recipes),
Pumpkin Blachinda, Quick Kuchen, Reeval Soup, Sauerkraut and Rice
Hot Dish, Schlitz Kuechle, Slitz Keeckla, Smear Cheese from Cottage
Cheese, Sourkraut Boroche, Sour Kraut and Knoepfla, Stirrum, Strudla,
Strudels (several recipes), and Watermelon Pickles.
German-Russian surnames contributing to this cookbook include Babitzke,
Buerkle, Bender, Dahl, Dockter, Ebele, Elhard, Entzminger, Fischer,
Geiszler, Gumke, Henke, Herman, Iszler, Janke, Kaseman, Konrad,
Mayer, Mertz, Miller, Morlock, Muller, Munsch, Presler, Remmich,
Rivinius, Schaffer, Schlenker, Schmidt, Schroeder, Schweitzer, Sukut,
Wentz, and Zenker.