Knedle Peach Potato Dumplings

It has to be said, fruit dumplings are okay to have for dinner. I grew up with this dish. You can probably imagine that dinnertime was not really that stressful in my family, when you’re serving fruit for dinner to kids. My grandma made cooking look easy and fun, so eating and clean-up became fun…

Grandma’s Slightly Sweet, Perfect Nut-Roll Recipe

This is one of the recipes Grandma Anna was known for all over Gary, Indiana. Which I know doesn’t sound like much, but that was her community and it mattered to her. Because of that she kept it close to the apron. If pressed, grandma might have given up some loose notes for the dough…

Simple Summer Potato Salad

Growing up, potato salad would make its first appearance in early spring over Easter and stay with us until early autumn. This recipe’s beauty lies in its simplicity and is a good foundation for experimentation. Originally Grandma used peeled Russet potatoes and yellow onions. Over the years I have modified it to include skin-on red…