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Martin and Christina Grosz of Eureka, SD, with their homemade country bread, August 1937
Martin and Christina Grosz of Eureka, SD, August 1937 "Homemade bread in the old country fashion." Photo courtesy Germans from Russia Heritage Society

Germans from Russia Cooking

This project focuses primarily on the cooking traditions brought with settlers from Russia in the late 1800s and early 1900s which are still very much a part of the cultural landscape of one of North Dakota's largest ethnic groups -- Germans from Russia who live in the central and south-central region of the state. Among the documentation are a news clip on a successful bakery specializing in German from Russia food, photographs, a menu from a restaurant well-known for its German from Russia dishes, and a video of several dishes being prepared by Germans from Russia whose recipes have been handed down to them by their parents and grandparents.

Originally submitted by: Earl Pomeroy, Representative (At Large).



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