The last of the recipes I have from Theresa Bohman Stangl.
The Model Gramma's Paper Dolls This collection of treasures is not in my possession. Gramma's youngest daughter has had these drawings for years and has recently shared them with me with permission to share them with all of you! These paper dolls were created by my grandmother, Lagada Dirk Weigel, when she was in middle … Continue reading Thursday Treasures
Another recipe this week from the collection of Theresa Bohman Stangl.
Page 8 These are from my grandmother Lagada Dirk Weigel's collection of photos from her senior year of high school. These students would be from Columbus Catholic High School in Marshfield, Wisconsin, or St. Mary's Catholic School in Bismarck, North Dakota most likely from the class of 1952. I believe that these photos are not … Continue reading Gramma’s High School Scrapbook
This month's recipe is from the 1920s. The frosting must have been intended to be paired with the cake in the recipe pasted on the page above.
Another pickle recipe!
Fudgie Scotch Ring
Stephen Luecke Stephen Luecke Stephen Luecke was one of the legends of Marshfield’s early days. Stephen was the brother- in-law to my 3x great grandfather Herman Weigel. Stephen lived a somewhat colorful and wild life as a saloon keeper both in Milwaukee and later in Marshfield. His name was mentioned frequently in the Marshfield newspapers … Continue reading Portraits
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars This recipe is from the collection of my great grandmother, Viola Widmann Weigel. 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1/4 cup brown sugar salt 1 cup creamy style peanut butter 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups rice crispies 1 cup corn flakes crushed 1 pkg 6oz semi sweet chocolate chips Combine syrup, sugar, … Continue reading Gramma’s Cookbook