This week on Bite of Mennonite: Wareniki (Cottage Cheese Perogies) and schmaunt fat (cream gravy). For my last learning project post, I needed to make the most defining Mennonite food - WARENIKI (perogies)! Even if you aren't Mennonite, you are still likely in love with some variety of perogies whether it be plum, potato bacon, sauerkraut, ground … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Wareniki & Schmaunt Fat!
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Russian Salad This week I decided to make Russian Salad using AdobeSpark Video to expand my knowledge and skills of the application since I had only used it once before. I have come to looooove AdobeSpark Video! I am SO excited that I finally found a way to make my … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Russian Salad
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Cucumber Salad *known in the Mennonite community as "Gurken Salat" or "Goomer Salat" I decided to continue my goal of creating shorter, clearer videos and also using an application other than IMovie (which was my go-to for the first few videos). For this recipe tutorial, I decided to use AdobeSpark and … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Cucumber Salad
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Butter Horns! Now - these took suuuuuper long to make, but boy were they worth it! If you are planning to make butterhorns, make sure it's on a day that you are at home almost all day doing some spring cleaning or something because the rising process takes quite … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Butter Horns
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Herbed Tomato Salad! For this recipe, I used Filmora to build my recipe video! I had never heard of Filmora before but I did some research to try to use a different application (other than IMovie) to show the details of my Mennonite cooking adventures! To get started I used … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Herbed Tomato Salad
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Cabbage Rolls with Cheesey Cream Gravy My goals for creating this video were: 1.) Make it SHORT In a previous post, I had mentioned that I wanted to try to make my posts a little bit shorter (my first video was 25 minutes long! haha). For this video, I used … Continue reading Bite of Mennonite: Cabbage Rolls
This week on Bite of Mennonite: Budget-Friendly Borscht! Here is my finished product: The cheddar & dill biscuit recipe that I used paired phenomenally with the soup! I also forgot to add that my grandma Jo always served her borscht with a little creamo or sour cream - that's why it's looking so light and … Continue reading Budget Friendly Borscht