Originally published in 1934, this cookbook contains more than 190 German-influenced recipes of the region and includes chapters on meats, poultry, breads, salads, soups, vegetables and potatoes and deserts.
Many of these recipes are quite rare and unusual; all are delicious. Just a few examples of the 190+ recipes you will discover:
Hasen Pfeffer (rabbit); Sauerbraten; Schnitzel; Liver Cakes; Scrapple; Pickled Pigs� Feet; Schnitz un Knepp, Potted Meat, Duck un Kraut
Potatoes & Vegies:
Sauerkraut, Potato Pancakes; Kloesse; Dumplings; Candied Sweet Potatoes, Pickled Red Cabbage, Home-Baked Beans
Soups, Salads & Dressings:
German Soup Balls; Philadelphia Pepper Pot; Brown Flour Soup; German Potato Salad; Pepper Cabbage; Picadilli, Indian Relish
Eggless Corn Muffins; German Bread; Strickle Sheets, Potato Sponge Bread; Soft Gingerbread; 7 Fritter and Mush Recipes
Apple Dumplings; Bread Pudding; Rice Souffle; Suet or Carrot Pudding; Cake and Wine Pudding, Shartlesville Corn Pudding
Apfelstrudel; Lebkuchen; Schnecken; Molasses Shoo-Fly; Ob�l Dunkes Kucha; Fastnachts; Potato Custard Pie; Schnitz Pie; Butter Scotch Pie
German Noodle Ring; Mojhy; Egg Nog; Cheese Custard; Cottage Cheese; Flash un Kas; Bread Stuffing; Pickled Eggs, Rhubarb Jam
First published in 1934, this is the third in Asher Creek's series of rediscovered classic regional cookbooks.
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