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(1)Jost Krayenbuhl, died in prison because of Anabaptist beliefs (2)Jost Krehbiel, born ca. 1650 Switzerland~Magdalena (3) Johann Jacob Krehbiel, died 1778~Susanna Crebuhl (4)Peter O Krehbiel~Friederike Charlotte Nahrgang (5)Peter Krehbiel~Katarena Magdalena Zerger (6) Johann Krehbiel November 12, 1829 in Russia; died May 3, 1889 ~ Anna Katharina Stucky (7)Tobias J Krehbiel~ Maria Goering (8)Valentine W Krehbiel~Adina Zerger (9)Harry H Krehbiel~Alice Wedel (10) Steven Krehbiel (11) (12) (13)now
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Easy Mennonite Refrigerator Pickles (1) From: Naomi Cakes, please visit

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Mennonite Soft White Cookies

Mennonite Soft Cookies (1) From: Food, please visit

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Mennonite Soft White Cookies

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Hollapse (Mennonite Cabbage Rolls) (1) From: Story Of A Kitchen, please visit

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Fastnachts Recipe ~ Pennsylvania Dutch word for “doughnut" from an old Mennonite cookbook~ (1) From: Foodie's Arsenal, please visit

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Fastnachts or Raised Doughnuts Recipe

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Homemade Noodles, the Mennonite Way

Homemade Noodles, The Mennonite Way (1) From: Plain Cook, please visit

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Homemade Noodles, the Mennonite Way

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Mennonite "Brown Dish Casserole"..... has ground beef, onion, potatoes, tomato soup and peas (or green beans). (1) From: Mennonite Girls Can Cook, please visit

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Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Brown Dish Casserole

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Mom's Sho-Fly Pie (1) From: Savor The World, please visit

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Mennonite | Savor the World

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Fresh Peach Pie recipe on page 189 of the old Western Mennonite Cookbook (1) From: Ain't Complicated (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

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Fresh Peach Pie | Ain't Complicated

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Vereneke and Ham Gravy. This Low German dish enjoys a long history with our Mennonite ancestors. (1) From: Wildflower Meadow, please visit

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Tante Katja’s Fruit Platz, a fruit platz is one of the most common Mennonite foods that I grew up eating. It’s made up of a cake with fruit on top and sugary crumbs to top it off. I remember eating plum and apricot platz, but in the middle of winter I couldn’t find any of those fruits, so I used some canned cherries. Yum! (1) From: Trust In Kim (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

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Tante Katja's Fruit Platz

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