Leola, South Dakota: A Taste of 125 Years, 1884 - 2009

Leola Quasqicentennial Committee, Leola, South Dakota, 2009, 138 pages, Hardcover.

The Leola area of north central South Dakota was heavily settled by Germans from Russia families.

German recipes include: chicken barley soup, cheese buttons, Kabbage salad, large batch Knepfla soup, baked rice, cold potato salad, lazy cheese buttons, Kuchen bars, and many other recipes.

The cookbook includes recipes from these German family names: Becker, Bender, Bieber, Binder, Brietag, Dais, Erdmann, Fauth, Feiock, Freitag, Geffre, Gohl, Haupt, Hauffe, Hoffman, Joachim, Job, Kallas, Kaul, Kessler, Ketterling, Kiesz, Kolb, Lapka, Mack, Mayer, Neuharth, Pfeifle, Rau, Schaible, Schauer, Schilling, Schlitz, Schmidt, Schock, Schumacher, Shafer, Stoecker, Waltman, Walz, Weisser, Weiszhaar, Whetham, Whoessner, Wurtz and Zelmer.

Leola, South Dakota: A Taste of 125 years, 1884 - 2009

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