Tag Archives: Oberlander

German Christmas Cookies

I’m back! It has been about twenty months since I last added anything to this blog. Instead, every day in 2014 I cooked daily from another local community cook book, this time from Galt (now Cambridge). I succeeded with that … Continue reading

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Day 201 Crisps

I needed a simple recipe so I decided to try making Crisps today. The recipe was contributed by Meda Oberlander for the 1906 Berlin Cook Book. I sliced the bread and cut off the crust. Then I grated some medium cheddar … Continue reading

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Day 190 A Deliciously Flavored Boiled Egg

I continue to have a topsy turvey kitchen in a very hot house so I’m keeping things simple again today. Right now I have a path from the door to the sink and fridge in my main floor kitchen but no access … Continue reading

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Day 122 Soup Drops

I wanted to try something different so I selected the recipe for Soup Drops in the 1906 Berlin Cook Book. Meda Oberlander contributed this interesting recipe. I cracked an egg into a bowl and added some bread crumbs. I melted … Continue reading

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Day 88 French Salad Dressing

I noticed yesterday that I had dandelions in my lawn. They are not blooming yet which is good news as I can use the greens for my first spring salad. I selected Meda Oberlander’s recipe for French Salad Dressing from … Continue reading

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Day 41 Julien Potatoes

I stocked up on potatoes but now some are starting to sprout so it is time for another potato based recipe from the 1906 Berlin Cook Book. I decided to try Meda Oberlander’s recipe for Julien Potatoes (p. 67). I … Continue reading

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