Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Rollkuchen

What's a Mennonite cookbook without a recipe for rollkuchen ? Rollkuchen are a tasty, deep fried pastry that are a wonderful accompaniment .

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Cabbage Rolls

*Grandmothers Cabbage cabbage 1 lb ground beef 1 med onions 1 c rice salt pepper 1 can tomato soup 1 can water .Cook rice drain sit aside.

New Vareneki Dough (Perogy) (Mennonite Girls Can Cook)

New Vareneki Dough (Perogy) (Mennonite Girls Can Cook)

I got this recipe from my friend Elsie who has been making perogies for generations. She too got the recipe from her mother and her mother before that. As usual, the recipe said "add enough flour to

Summer Borscht from Mennonite Girls Can Cook.

DONNA RIGUIDEL wrote in asking for a recipe for summa borscht (also called zumma borscht or green borscht). This is a summer soup, meant to celebrate all the green and tender things in the early summer garden -- new potatoes, spring onions and dill.

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Bubbat (with sausage) - mouth is watering.

For those of you who will look at this and recognize it as something that Oma made, I wish I could add a scratch and sniff option to t.

Except use cherries, prunes, raisins and blueberries

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Plumi Moos -- Must make this wonderful cold fruit soup this summer.