Old Recipes of the Baltimore Belz Family
These are pages from the book of ancestral recipes belonging to the Baltimore branch of the Belz family from which Paul H. Belz is descendent.
Contains popular recipes from members of Paul H. Belz's ancestral tree, found on ancestry.com.
Helen M. Belz recipe for turkey stuffing/dressing was incredibly popular for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners.
This stewed tomato recipe was popular in the Belz family with roast beef or potato pancakes.
Meat ball recipe was from the Dotterweich family and was one of the Belz family's most popular staples.
Gravy recipe of Clare Belz's and popular in the family. She got it from a convent cook where she was stationed to teach.
Cream of wheat was a favorite breakfast cereal for Helen M. Belz.
This creamed carrot recipe was made often by Helen M. Belz
A favorite Belz recipe for left-over chicken or turkey. Recipe by Helen M. Belz
This candied sweet potato recipe was an old favorite in the Belz family, made by Helen Belz for many years.
Beef stew recipe used for many years by Helen M. Belz.
Applesauce cake recipe from Regina Schemm (nee Rosendale).
Turkey or chicken noodle soup of Helen M. Belz's was a favorite after a turkey or chicken dinner.
Cinnamon cake was a huge Belz family favorite taken from the Dotterweich family; the recipe printed should list 1 teaspoon of Rumsford baking powder instead of dry yeast.
Crab cake recipe from Helen M. Belz's daughter-in-law Mary Belz (nee Sievert).
Creamed spinach recipe was a favorite of Helen M. Belz's.
Fruit cake recipe made often by Helen M. Belz was handed down through the Dotterweich family.
Hot Milk Cake with various icings was a huge hit in the Belz family, especially coconut, dark chocolate, and strawberry.
Lentil soup recipe from the Dotterweich side of the Belz family.
Belz recipe for meat loaf, a bi-weekly staple on the family menu.
Oyster stew recipe of Helen M. Belz was a favorite with all four German branches of the Belz family.