St. Luke Lutheran Church Cookbook Committee, Wishek, North Dakota, 1994, 240 pages, Softcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this cookbook from the community of Wishek, McIntosh County, south central North Dakota, heavily settled by Germans from Russia.
German Russian recipes include: potato pancakes, sweet dough for Kuchen & rolls, Kuchen dough, sweet dough, apple Kuchen, peach Kuchen, wedding Kuchen, German chocolate cake, ammonia cookies, Blachinda dough, mom's pumpkin Blachinda, homemade cheese, dumplings, potato dumplings, Halupsy, Fleish Kuechla, Fleish Knoepfla, Knoepfla, bake Knoepfla, cheese buttons, lazy cheese buttons, Kase Knoepfla, German hot potato salad, Knoepfla soup, German struedel with ham & sauerkraut, Streudels, sauerkraut hot dish, Knoefla sauerkraut hotdish, and others.
German Russian family names include: Ackerman, Aipperspach, Bauer,
Becker, Benkendorf, Bettenhausen, Blinsky, Boschee, Brandner, Deile,
Dockter, Eisenbeis, Eiseman, Fiechtner, Forderer, Frank, Gall, Haar,
Hauck, Heupel, Hochhalter, Hoffman, Horner, Janke, Johs, Just, Kasemen,
Kemmet, Ketterling, Kramer, Krein, Krueger, Lehr, Lippert, Maier,
Martel, Mehlhoff, Meidinger, Mertz, Miller, Mosset, Nickisch, Nies,
Raile, Rath, Rieger, Rohrbach, Rudolf, Sayler, Schilling, Schlenker,
Schlenz, Spiedel Thurn, Vetsch, Vetter, Voller, Vossler, Wald, Walth,
Wanner, Weiser, Werre, Wiest, Wolff, Zelmer, Ziegenhagel, Zielke,
St. Luke Lutheran Church, Wishek, ND, Cookbook
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