Kulm Centennial Cookbook Committee, Kulm, North Dakota, 1992, 340 pages, Softcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this well prepared cookbook, Kulm Centennial Cookbook, where there is a large population of ethnic Germans from Russia.
Of special interest is the section, "Ethnic Foods" on pages 163 to 190. These include many German-Russian recipes: Alice's Kas Knephla, Basic Kuchen Dough, Blagenda, Buttermilk Kuchen, Cottage Cheese Pillows, Cheese Balls, Christmas Almond Pie, Dumplings, E-Z Peach Kuchen, Filled Noodles, Fleish Kechla, German Hot Dish, German Russian Hotdish, Grandmother's Kuchen, Homemade Cheese, Hot German Potato Salad, Kas Strudla, Kas Knephla (Cheese Buttons), Keagla, Kes Kechlia (Deep Fried), Kraut Strudel, Krumkate, Kuchen Dough, 90 Year Old Blachinda, Pumpkin Blachinda, Schlitz Kegla, Strudels, Sweet Kuechla, Thin Bread and Yeast Strudel Dough.
The cookbook sections for "Bars", "Breads", "Cakes", "Candy", "Cookies", "Desserts", "Main Dishes", "Pies", "Salads" and "Soups" also include many German Russian recipes.
Family names contributing to the cookbook include: Bollinger, Braun, Brosz, Buchholz, Buerkley, Busch, Doering, Elhard, Fandrich, Fey, Fogel, Gackle, Gall, Giesler, Grenz, Gunther, Harr, Heck, Hehr, Heidinger, Heinze, Heller, Henke, Herman, Hilscher, Hollan, Isaak, Kinzler, Kjos, Kleingartner, Klettke, Koenig, Konrad, Krahler, Kramlich, Kungel, Kusler, Mueller, Nill, Oberlander, Ost, Roth, Rott, Staeck, Schlecht, Schlenker, Schott, Shuldheisz, Schwab, Steinmetz, Strobel, Vogel, Wahl, Welk, Widmer, Woehl and others.
Kulm Centennial Cookbook
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