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Families researching: Aiuto, Birkholz, Carver, Dick, Doyle, Fitch, Gorham, Honey, Jackson, Kirk, Lincoln, Pfenning, Salvia, Schwartz, Shipman, Staunton

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Unknown User Scald one cup buttermilk with 1 cup light molasses. Cool to lukewarm. In large bowl combine 3 packages dry yeast, 4 cups flour and 1 tablespoon ground black pepper. Beat one egg. Add to buttermilk and beat into it. Pour into flour/yeat/pepper mixture. Beat well. Add flour one cup at a time till you have a nice elastic bread dough. Let rise till double. Punch down and form into large rolls. Place in lightly greased 9x13 pan. Let rise until double again. Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes depending on size of roll. Check for doness. Remove to wire rack to cool. Slice and serve on Christmas Eve with your meat, cheese, fruit salad and headcheese. This was a tradition when I was a child.
Dec 01, 2002 · posted to the surname Pfenning
Unknown User BLEENA Night before set a sponge of 1 package yeast dissolved in 1/2 cup luke warm water and 2 cups flour. Add tw cups luke warm water and stir well. Cover. In the morning get up and add: 2 eggs 1 teas. sugar 2 tseasp. baking powder 1 teas. salt 1/2 cup butter - melted warm milk to make thin batter. Bake on large griddle(lightly greased) one pancake at a time. Or use electric fry pan. Serve with butter, sour cream, jam. Usually roll them up. Object is to see who can eat the most. They used to make these for big family get togethers at the beach and mix the batter in large dishpans. Teen-age boys were known to eat upwards of 15 of these at a sitting.
Dec 01, 2002 · posted to the surname Schwartz
Unknown User EBEN KLOSE 4 c. flour 2 eggs 1 cup hot water Mix well. Remove from bowl and place on floured board. Roll out until about 1/8 inch thick. Cut into 5 inch squares. Re-roll until all dough is cut into squares. If some dough left then cut into strips(rags) On teach square place 1 tablespoon sliced strawberries, 1/2 teas. dried bread crumbs(very fine), sugar to taste. Bring corners together and pinch very well. Drope into salted boiling water and cook about 5 minutes or until they float or almost float. Drain well. Do this in batches, do not crowd the pot. Place in cassarole dish, flat one and cover with melted butter and warm cream. Keep hot in very low oven until all are cooked. This should feed about four hungry people. This is not a dessert but a main dish. Do not use imported berries only your local berries or ones you have picked.
Dec 01, 2002 · posted to the surname Dick
Unknown User Boil one medium potato in salted water until fork tender. Meanwhile mix together 1 cup flour 1/2 teas. salt 1/2 teas.baking powder 1/4 c. milk 1 egg. Drop by spoon full into boiling potato water. Cook until they float. Drian well. Fry in melted butter the glace and potatos until as crispy as desired. Then beat two eggs and pour over and cook until egg is done. Servics 2-3 Always served with german sausage and lettuce, egg and sour cream salad.
Dec 01, 2002 · posted to the surname Pfenning

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