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
Hellooooo again everybody! Here's to another week of my #learningproject adventure - A Bite of Mennonite * learning to cook and bake Mennonite recipes. First things first! Here's my video tutorial for Cinnamon Buns from the Mennonite Girls Can Cook Cookbook : https://youtu.be/KnqsBv5rsh8 As you saw in my video, I used the cinnamon bun recipe from … Continue reading A Bite of Mennonite: Cinnamon Buns!
This week due to the cold weather, I had decided for my first recipe to be soup! One of my absolute favorite soups that my grandma makes is Green Bean. I have eaten this soup my whole life so for me it is just a regular soup - but after I had made it and … Continue reading Souper Excited to get Started!
I have heard the saying, "Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail" a few times within different groups of people. I am definitely a planner type of gal, but the kind that likes to plan things because of the excitement of the activity and the guideline that it creates for a beautiful dance of enjoyment and efficiency … Continue reading Setting up for Success
Yay! I am so excited to have decided on a learning project that I am actually SO happy about! I decided that I am going to learn how to cook & bake food from my roots - celebrating and continuing my Mennonite culture. If you read my last post, it talks all about how I was … Continue reading A Bite of Mennonite
Hello friends! Wow am I ever HYPED to get started on this learning project (one of my assignments for my EDTC300 course @ the UofR)! But before I get posting about what I am doing and how I am doing it, I am going to go through my decision-making process because it has been really interesting … Continue reading Decisions decisions…