Ham Bread

Seems that projects like collecting the stories and memories of elders provokes many memories in youngsters and oldsters alike. Take for instance Ham Brod (with the umlaut). Carmen gave me a folder of stuff and I decided to type it into the information I have for the research on the food culture of the Germans from Russia. I had never in my life heard of Ham Brod but the comments were that the ladies son-in-law’s family insist on her daughter making this recipe for all occasions.

Hmmm? From that day on every time I mentioned this unusual recipe, someone said, “Oh my I remember my mom making that” or “do you have the recipe?”

Well I do now, but I would like to ask if you could please send me your comments, recipes and special occasions around Ham Brod. We would love to hear from you. I would also like to acknowledge at this point another $10 donation to our project from Chad J Sundsbak, Bismarck.

We will continue to pray that the information we collect will bring joy and more memories to all of us – until I hear from you with your Ham Brod recipes – Gute Essen.

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Working on books, working, gardening, baking, canning, knitting, crocheting, reading, walking, getting older, getting wiser, love my children, love love love my grandchildren.
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