From Connie Dahlke

Hi Sue,

Yes, and it is very much to my liking! I particularly appreciate that it
focuses on Germans from Russia recipes, not all the American foods
people cooked in the 1960’s and beyond. So many of the “church”
cookbooks included everything currently being made, not just Germans
from Russia food.

The “Ewiger Saatz” cookbook is a treasure of G-R food customs and
recipes. I really appreciate all the work and contributions that many
people put into this book! The Das Gute Essen staff really “hit the nail
on the head” with this one!

Cordially,

Connie Dahlke

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2 Responses to From Connie Dahlke

  1. alice buerkley says:

    THANK YOU GALS FOR ALL THE HARD WORK I HAVENT HAD ALOT OF TIME TO LOOK AT IT SO MANY WANT TO SEE IT AND DOESNT COME BACK SO I DID NOT SEE A RECIPIR FOR STIRRUM THAT YOU ATE WITH LETTUCE MAYBE I MISSED IT -ALICE BUERKLEY

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  2. Prairie Legacy - German Russian Country says:

    I thought there was one in there, but it was handwritten and I may have forgotten to put it in… oh well.

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