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How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki
May08

How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki

It is my pleasure to present to you today my very 1st special guest on my show, my mother – Ingrid Turner from IngridTurnerToday.com to show you how to bake a coveted family recipe that’s been passed down many generations to make it to your screen today, and hopefully, into your home & heart. This is a Russian or German Mennonite recipe called Pirozhki. Now, today, we will be filling it with the most traditional...

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How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes
Apr20

How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes

This is one of our favorite Kasper family recipes…In fact, it’s the first recipe I learned to make on my own when I moved away from home. We don’t really eat the small, fluffy pancakes most families eat. We called these big, thin delights “pancakes”…our style of pancakes. Golden and delicious, these beautiful crepes can be eaten for breakfast, brunch or dinner, if desired. Try...

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How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Zwieback Buns
Apr18

How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Zwieback Buns

Ahhh…Zwieback!!! What could represent a soul food for German & Russian families better than Zwieback buns… I can remember the smell of zwieback baking in my grandmother’s farmhouse kitchen, my mother’s kitchen, as well as all of my aunts’ kitchens… …It is an ultimate goal of just about every extended-Kasper female in our family to have this recipe on hand, and hopefully learn to bake them...

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How to Cook Rhubarb Moos
Feb06

How to Cook Rhubarb Moos

This is Day Eight of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! It’s also SuperBowl today… So, we are still “cupboard cooking”. When I saw the beautiful lamb loin chops in the freezer, I also noticed our rhubarb we harvested in the summer, chopped & froze. Immediately, I thought of a great, hot dessert fit for this Canadian snow today. One of my favorite rhubarb recipes is our traditional Kasper Family Rhubarb...

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How to Cook Edwards Family German Seven Layer Dinner

This dish includes traditionally German ingredients for a full meal in a baking dish. It’s lovely for a family dinner or for a smorgasbord buffet. ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Main Serve With: Nothing…It’s perfect all by itself! Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hr, 40 min Yield: 9 x 13′ casserole dish Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. 2. Grease baking dish with butter. 3. Thinly slice...

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How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos
Dec05

How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos

In German Moos (pronounced “mouse”) is a “dried fruit sauce” or dessert stew. Often called “pluma moos” as well. It is most delicious, a dessert of love and amazing for the Holidays! Grandma Kasper was an amazing cook and everything she made was memorable! During the Holidays, this special Moos was a dessert, a treat, a snack and a wonderful addition to the flavors we remember being present during...

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How to Bake Easter Paska Bread
Mar19

How to Bake Easter Paska Bread

This Easter Paska Bread is sweet, fluffy, delicious & festive for Easter. Although we don’t make this recipe except for Easter, it should be baked much more often. Oh wow…This recipe comes from generations before me on my mother’s, German side of the family…However, Paska is traditionally a Ukrainian Easter bread! Absolutely delicious and it wouldn’t be Easter without it! ~ Kimberly Turner Type: Bread...

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How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup
Dec24

How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup

Mennonite Green Bean Soup is a family tradition on my Mother’s side…This is Grandma’s recipe, and likely her mother’s, and so on… How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup: This recipe is a food of love that you must feel in your very nature. You work with the ingredients you have on hand, and adjust according to the amounts you are using. An ideal or general recipe, depending upon how you look at it, is...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Kasha

Truth be told, I was a vegetarian for 3 yrs during college. That’s why I have a bunch of vegetarian recipes. Here is a breakfast recipe I specifically created for my hubby in college so that I could include as much protein and as little fat as possible in his diet. After all, we were athletes! ~ Kimberly Edwards 😀 According to Wikipedia, it is one of the oldest known meals in Eastern European Cuisine, meaning it is at least 1000...

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How to Cook Heavenly Breakfast Hash
Aug12

How to Cook Heavenly Breakfast Hash

Plan ahead for the weekend, by saving this recipe for how to cook Heavenly Breakfast Hash! This breakfast hash is a melange of deliciousness in your pan to wake you up & fuel your day – pasta, browned potatoes, peppers & ground beef! Serve up with a few fried eggs, and you’re golden. Heavenly Breakfast Hash: This recipe is a spin-off of my mother’s German potatoes and pasta (she calls it Kartofel & Kleisa...

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