Filming for a new Prairie Public Television documentary

Clara and Mary Ebach Home, Rugby, North Dakota, 21 September 2011

This new documentary will premiere at the Germans from Russia Heritage Society Convention at the Ramkota Hotel, Bismarck, North Dakota, 19-22 July 2012.

Photographs by Dona Reeves-Marquardt and Michael M. Miller


 
Dave Geck, Prairie Public TV videographer.
Prairie Public TV videographers filming close-up of Plachenta with pumkin inside.
Prairie Public TV videographers filming close-up of Plachenta with pumkin inside.
Mary and Clara Ebach reviewing with Bob Dambach foodways filming.
Mary Ebach reading one of the old German-Russian recipes from her mother.
Mary Ebach reading one of the old German-Russian recipes from her mother.
German-Russian pumkin Plachenta.
German-Russian pumkin Plachenta.
German-Russian pumkin Plachenta.
German-Russian pumkin Plachenta.
Mary and Clara Ebach serving their fresh German Russian wedding sugar Kuchen.
Mary and Clara Ebach serving their fresh German Russian wedding sugar Kuchen.
Mary and Clara Ebach serving their fresh German Russian wedding sugar Kuchen.
Mary and Clara Ebach serving their fresh German Russian wedding sugar Kuchen.
Fastnachküchle prepared by Clara and Mary Ebach. Their mother always made them as a treat before Lent started. Then they liked them so much, that Clara and Mary Ebach make them all year round. But it was a pre-Lent treat, thus the new name Fawca Nacht.
Greena Borscht Soup.
Clara and Mary Ebach's father and mother, Michael and Katherine (Kloetzl) Ebach. Michael with ancestral roots to Baden and Katherine with ancestral roots to Mannheim, Kutschurgan District, Black Sea German villages today near Odessa, Ukraine.
Family of Michael and Katherine (Kloetzl) Ebach, Rugby, North Dakota.

Permission to use any images from the GRHC website may be requested by contacting Michael M. Miller