Mennonite Food and Folkways from South Russia

Norma Jost Voth

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Mennonite Food and Folkways from South Russia

Mennonite Food and Folkways from South Russia An abundant food tradition developed when Mennonites from eastern Europe settled in the Ukraine These people who had migrated extensively because of religious persecution and economic pressures blen

  • Title: Mennonite Food and Folkways from South Russia
  • Author: Norma Jost Voth
  • ISBN: 9780934672894
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An abundant food tradition developed when Mennonites from eastern Europe settled in the Ukraine These people, who had migrated extensively because of religious persecution and economic pressures, blended their flavorful cooking with their new neighbors food Here are 400 recipes with easy to follow instructions and stories that surround these foods making and eating.

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    1. Trevor on said:

      So I came to the section on salads and vegetables and the explanation as to why there are so few options is worth the quote;"Ears of corn came in a shuck, carrots came with tops, green peas and beans came inn pods and potatoes and other vegetables came covered in dirt and soil. Anyone preparing the meals in the kitchen had to wash, peel, shell, scrape, shuck, slice and dice before the vegetables were ready to cook. Perhaps this is why so few salad and vegetable recipes appear in old food traditi [...]

    2. Sandra on said:

      This book was a gift from my dear Mennonite, low-German-speaking grandmother, whose parents immigrated from Germany to Kansas via south Russia. The recipes I learned to love and enjoy on my visits to Kansas, and crave afterward (including such delicacies as varenika, cherry moos, and pfeffernusse), appear with heartwarming accuracy here, along with informative history, personal memoirs, and baking tips from real Mennonite cooks. I'm proud to have such a rich and colorful heritage!

    3. Bianka on said:

      This book and the second volume has so many recipes for quick simple food that you wouldn't think of normally. Krullers ROCK!

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