The annual flood of DNA matches are in and there are some new clues on the Kroening family branch!
Cherry Crunch is this month's recipe from Gramma Vi!
Maggie Hudson appeared in Deadwood in the Fall of 1896. By January of 1898 she was gone. In that short time she discovered a murder victim, was a witness at the following trial, and she bore a son out of wedlock. Where she came from and where she went remain a mystery that her son wanted to solve his entire life.
Members of the Sharp and Marvin families are tentatively identified.
This month's recipe is Chocolate Cookies! Sorry - no baking instructions on this one.
The history of a location can be just as interesting as the history of a family - if you can uncover it!
Sharp family members are identified in this month's Ehle Family Album post.
MORE PICKLES! This one is a weird one. There are no measurements and the combination of ingredients seems strange.
More Probable Identifications When working with an over 40 page album where the majority of the pictures are unlabeled, there is unfortunately going to have to be some guesswork involved. Bill and I have done the best that we are able with identifications based on known photos of the subjects, names and dates of operation … Continue reading Ehle Family Album
Dreamy Cherry Pretzel Torte This recipe is from the collection of Viola Widmann Weigel 1 cup butter or margarine 3/4 cup sugar 2 cups coarsely crushed pretzels Melt butter and mix in sugar and pretzels Filling 1 package cream cheese 1/2 cup confectioners sugar 2 boxes 2 oz each whipped topping mix 1 can 32 … Continue reading Gramma’s Cookbook