Category: Recipes

Crepes

Crepes

Source:  Rochelle cir. 1990’s Crepes Crepes by definition are a thin, light pancake. There are usually two versions of this, either sweet or savory which makes it a galette. My version here, is the sweet one. I’ve been working with this recipe for almost two decades. It’s almost as great as my special crepe pan, …

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Biscuit Roll with Whip Cream and Fresh Fruit

Source:  sister-in-law (Beerli) cir.  2000’s My sister-in-law in Switzerland made this biscuit roll with whip cream and fresh fruit and brought it over to my house. My mom was visiting at the time, and she and I both agreed after tasting this, we must learn this recipe. It was light, very full of taste and …

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Cole Slaw or Shredded Carrot & Cabbage Salad

Cole Slaw or Shredded Carrot & Cabbage Salad

Source:  Rochelle  cir.  2000’s Cole slaw is a term drawn from the early Dutch American settlers. Given to their famous dish which traveled along with them, cole slaw has been around for several hundred years. In fact, I read that during the late 17th and early 18th century so many Dutch immigrated to New York. …

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