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To our subscribers;
We just received the following:
Sharon Peters' husband, Loren Peters,
died Friday, December 19th, from cancer.
The funeral was yesterday, December 22nd.
We send our thoughts and prayers to Sharon
To all our subscribers;
English: MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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FRED: Go to Google and enter +stollen +recipes
These two keywords will give you other recipes to compare with your recipe.
I got 12,400 hits. You have to consider how many loaves and what size
they will be.
Each family that came to the USA brought their recipes from the "old" country.
They then adjusted them to the supplies that were available in their new home.
Hope this helps..........Norm
The first recipe on my screen. The flour to milk ratios seem to check.
3 3/4 cups flour
1 cup confectioners' sugar
1/2 cup lukewarm milk
3 teaspoons yeast
8 Tbsp. softened sweet butter
1 Tbsp. lard (or butter)
1 large egg
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 Tbsp. rum
pinch of ground cinnamon
grated peel of 1/2 lemon
1 cup slivered almonds
1/4 cup candied lemon peel
1/4 cup candied orange peel
1 1/4 cup raisins
6 Tbsp. milk (room temperature)
8 Tbsp. butter
3/4 cup powered sugar
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> Are there any cooks out there that can
>answer the question for stollen.
>I put this recipe online in the German
>Is 11 cups flour too much for the recipe?
>WEIHNACHTS STOLLEN Mrs. Ted Hansen
>11 cups sifted flour 1/2 tsp. nutmeg
>2 cups milk 1 Tbsp. grated lemon peel
>1 1/4 cups melted butter 3 Tbsp. lemon juice
>6 eggs 1 Tbsp.cognac
>1 pound seedless raisins 1/4 pound chopped
>1 pound currants blanched almonds
>3/4 cup sugar 1/2 pound chopped citron
>1/2 tsp. mace 1/2 tsp. salt
>2 pkgs. yeast 1/2 cup warm water
Norm in Pioneer, CA
Growing Old is Mandatory - Growing Up is Optional
A Norman HOPKINS 16535 Cedar Heights Drive Pioneer, CA
Are there any cooks out there that can
answer the question for stollen.
I put this recipe online in the German
Is 11 cups flour too much for the recipe?
WEIHNACHTS STOLLEN Mrs. Ted Hansen
11 cups sifted flour 1/2 tsp. nutmeg
2 cups milk 1 Tbsp. grated lemon peel
1 1/4 cups melted butter 3 Tbsp. lemon juice
6 eggs 1 Tbsp.cognac
1 pound seedless raisins 1/4 pound chopped
1 pound currants blanched almonds
3/4 cup sugar 1/2 pound chopped citron
1/2 tsp. mace 1/2 tsp. salt
2 pkgs. yeast 1/2 cup warm water
To our subscribers;
We decided a note should be made about
asking for changes to names in data
we have online.
We have in the past made a few changes per
request for typos.
We stated before, errors in spelling were made
by folks many years ago making the data.
Example my name spelled Dethlefsen was
spelled Dethlefson. This error was common
by census takers spelling names ending in sen.
The many pages of data we have online
are guide lines. We are recommending you do
further research for names you feel are misspelled.
As volunteers all of us have and will continue
to get as much data online and do it as accurately
This takes much time to change a name or for the
many request we get. This can be time consuming for
our programmer, myself and other volunteers.
Therefore, please do not ask for changes.
I would like to know the names of the parents of John McDonnell, who died in Crawford County in June 1913. It is possible that he was the brother of my great grandfather, Michael, who sometimes interchangeably used the names McDonnell and McDonald. I have been unable to determine the names of Michael's parents and I am hopeful that someone can provide me with the names of John's parents. Michael's wife's name was Katherine Corcoran.
The information that I have about Michael regarding his being born in County Mayo Ireland, coming to the US in 1852, living in Madison, Indiana or Wisconsin before moving to Clinton County Iowa and then to Crawford County appears to be the same as that regarding John. However, Michael didn't stay in Crawford County but moved to Boone County Nebraska sometime after 1880.
Michael's brother, Anthony, died in Clinton County and his widow, Mary, and children, traveled to Crawford County. One of the daughters married a Thomas Fitzgibbons.
Any information regarding any of the above people would be greatly appreciated.
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