Wishek Community Hospital & Clinics Cookbook
Wishek Community Hospital and Clinics, Wishek, North Dakota, 2008, 232 pages, Hardcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this new cookbook, Wishek Community Hospital & Clinics Cookbook, from Wishek, North Dakota. Wishek is located in McIntosh County, a region with a large German-Russian population.
This cookbook contains several German-Russian recipes located throughout the various sections of the book: Appetizers & Beverages, Soups & Salads, Vegetables & Side Dishes, Main Dishes, Breads & Rolls, Desserts, Cookies & Candy, This & That and Healthy Choices. German-Russian recipes include: Easy Cheese Kuchen Low Carb, Easy Kuchen, German Raised Dumplings, Favorite Pfeffereneusse, Fleischkeuchla, German Hotdish, Hot Potato Salad, Knepfla, Knepfla Soup, Kraut Strudels, Kuchen Bars, Kuchen Dessert, Kuchen Filling, Onion Strudels, Pumpkin Blachinda, Sauerkraut Soup and Strudels.
Aman, Bauer, Bettenhausen, Braun, Brosy, Buchholz, Diegel, Dohn, Entzi, Gebhardt, Giesler, Glaesman, Graber, Hauff, Herman, Heyne, Hilzendeger, Horner, Huber, Hulm, Jangula, Janke, Just, Klusmann, Krueger, Meidinger, Miller, Nitschke, Ost, Rau, Rohr, Rohweder, Ruff, Sayler, Schlecht, Schneider, Schilling, Strobel, Vetter, Vilhauer, Wagner, Wald, Walth, Weber, Weigel, Welk, Wiest, Ziebart, Zielke and Zimmeran are some of the German-Russian family names that contributed recipes for this cookbook.