What's Cookin'? in Lefor, North Dakota

Christian Mothers Society, St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church, Lefor, North Dakota, 2000, 234 pages, Softcover.


This valuable cookbook from Lefor, North Dakota includes a number of ethnic recipes: cream of wheat dumplings, Ein Bren Suppe, noodle dough (Fleckla), Binda Rind Suppe (Poor Man's Beet Soup), Fleisch Kuechle, Bardic Hingel (tomato chicken), cabbage patch stew, noodle dough, cheese noodles, homemade egg noodles, cottage cheese pillows, dumplings with plums, Bohemian potato dumplings, Schmadinsla (steamed Strudel), Schmora, Grosse Panakuchen (large think pancakes), apple Shupnoodle, Shoop noodles, Strudel dough, cabbage noodles, poppy seed or nut Strudel, German Krapfen, Wasser Kipfel, slit Kuchen, Krance Kuchen, sugar Kuchen, Spritz-Krappa, Spritz-Krupen, Poteca, Kipfela, Gatchels, Hungarian butterhorns, German sugar cookies, Malai (Hungarian Dessert), Kahlua, Hungarian cucumber salad, chicken noodle soup, Sultz, beef stew and dumplings.

Women who provided recipes include these family names: Anton, Bangai, Bartole, Biel, Dassinger, Gion, Grundhauser, Gutenkunst, Heidecker, Hensel, Herold, Huschka, Jordan, Kaufman, Kirschenheiter, Koppinger, Klein, Kolling, Krauter, Kuhn, Kuntz, Kurtz, Lefor, Martin, Messer, Miller, Pechtl, Peters, Reindel, Rohr, Schank, Schneider, Schiwal, Tormaschy, Urlacher, Wegh, Wehner, Weismann, Wieglenda, and others.


What's Cookin'? in Lefor, North Dakota

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