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Krehbiel Mennonite Recipes...

(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

Tobias J. Krehbiel and wife, Maria Goering. Tobias Krehbiel was son of Johann Krehbiel (born November 12, 1829 in Russia) and Anna Katharina Stucky. Maria was daughter of John Goering and Elizabeth Graber. Tobias and Maria were buried Hopefield Church Cemetery Moundridge, Kansas (1) From: Uploaded by user, no url

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

Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies (1) From: Foodaphilia (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

Date-Filled Oatmeal Cookies ~From The Mennonite Treasury of Recipes~ (1) From: Rambling Tart (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

Ruhrei ~Mennonite Scrambled Eggs~ (1) From: Just Best Recipes, please visit

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

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

Fried Potatoes, verbatim from Melting Pot of Mennonite (1) From: Kate's In A Pickle, please visit

Oatmeal Bread (1) From: Foodie's Arsenal, please visit

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

Apple Nut Bread ~The original recipe comes from a cookbook: Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking, A Mennonite Community Cookbook~ (1) From: Grit (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

Russian Easter Bread (Paska) And Spread ~Recipe from Mrs. H. J. Fast in the Mennonite Community Cookbook~ (1) From: Homestyle World Cook (2) Follow On Pinterest > Sarah White/ Homestyle Cooking Around the

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

Runzas from the Bethesda Mennonite Church Cookbook (1) From: Our View From The Hill, please visit

Mennonite Pot Pie Recipe (1) From: Gelati's Scoop, please visit

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

50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church, Moundridge, Kansas. First lady on first row is Maria Goering Krehbiel, wife of Tobias J. Krehbiel. She was born September 3, 1863 in Kotosufka, Russia to John Gering and Elizabeth Graber. This picture is a group of 1874 Immigrants from Russia, taken October 31, 1944. Tobias Krehbiel was deceased by this time. Tobias and Maria are buried Hopefield Cemetery in Moundridge, Kansas (1) From: Uploaded by user, no url

Easy Mennonite Peach Pie (1) From: Po'Boy Livin' Rich, please visit

Sweet Butter Rolls adapted from Jeanette Wedel of Hesston, Kansas (1) From: The Shoo-Fly Project, please visit

Hemetschwenger (Mennonite Apple Turnovers) (1) From: Food (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

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

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

Strawberry Platz, pronounced ploats. One of the yummiest Mennonite desserts. (1) From: Paper Pleasing Ideas, please visit

Mennonite Blackberry Platz ( Platz is an old world Ukrainian dessert which means “flat cake”. The cake is topped with a tart fruit such as blackberries, blueberries, apples, gooseberries or rhubarb) (1) From: Yellowrock Country Girl, please visit

Dutch Apple Pie recipe from The Mennonite Community Cookbook (1) From: Rhubarb & Roses, please visit