St. Philip Neri Church, Napoleon, N.D. Centennial Cookbook

Alter Society, St. Philip Neri Church, Napoleon, North Dakota, 2004, 221 pages, Softcover.


The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this cookbook from Napoleon, Logan County, south central North Dakota which was heavily settled by Germans from Russia from the Black Sea German villages today near Odessa, Ukraine.

Recipes include: Ann's sweet dill pickles, bacon Knopefla, canned peppers, canned potatoes, Fleisch Kuechla, homemade sauerkraut, Kase Knoepfla (cheese buttons), Kolodetz (pickled pigs feet), pickled watermelon, pumpkin Plachinda, sauerkraut Knoepfla, Kuchen bars, molasses cookies, mini Kuchen cupcakes, homemade ice cream, bean soup, German potato salad, kraut salad, Knoepfla soup, Knoydle soup, German dumplings, sauerkraut hot dish and many other recipes.

Family names who contributed recipes include: Becker, Bitz, Braun, Brunner, Daigle, Eissinger, Emmer, Engelhardt, Fettig, Geffre, Gross, Grunefelder, Haas, Hartze, Horner, Jangula, Kraft, Kuntz, Marquart, Moch, Moser, Naltz, Piatz, Reis, Rohrich, Sahli, Schneider, Schauer, Schmidt, Schloss, Schotz, Schumacher, Schwartzenberger, Sperle, Wald, Weigel, Zimmerman and others.


St. Philip Neri Church, Napoleon, N.D. Centennial Cookbook

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