Cookbook Spotlight

I love my collection of vintage cookbooks.  I especially enjoy paging through the spiral-bound cookbooks that are printed by community and church groups.  I find most of these at thrift stores for just a few dollars and they always have great local dishes.  The cookbook I’m featuring in today’s post is produced by the Parish Council of Catholic Women of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New Ulm, Minnesota.  This cookbook has many recipes that reflect New Ulm’s rich German heritage, including one for Essigkraut that I can’t wait to try.  There’s also many recipes dedicated to Minnesota’s famous casseroles or hot-dishes!

Later this week, I’ll be posting a recipe from the cookbook, so check back!

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