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Cooking traditions of German-Russian culture have survived through three centuries and over three continents. Using modest ingredients based upon availability, families were able to sustain growth through times of abundance and times of hardship. This list was created to showcase German-Russian food as served in local restaurants in Emmons, Logan and McIntosh Counties in North Dakota.
Known for its famous homemade sausages and German homemade kuchen, Ashley Supervalu has both a butcher shop and in-store bakery.
German day is held every Wednesday. Lunch specials rotate between chicken and dumplings, cheese buttons, strudels, halupsy and fleischkuechle.
German night at the Dakota Family Restaurant every Wednesday night.
German-Russian meals are served every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fry bread, bean soup, apple and pumpkin blachenda are featured on Tuesdays. Strudels, creamed chicken or sausage are featured on Thursdays. Cheese buttons with sausage, chicken strips or fish are featured on Fridays.
German Dough is held every Friday noon. Dough specials rotate weekly and feature strudels, kase knoephla, dumplings and knoephla. Knoephla soup is the featured soup every Wednesday.
Blachinda are baked daily (pumpkin, apple, blueberry and cherry). The bakery also sells 11 flavors of kuchen. Wedding kuchen is also available. You will also find homemade soup noodles, cheese buttons and beershki (dough stuffed with chopped ham and sauerkraut using the owner's grandmother's recipe) at the bakery.
A German buffet is featured every Friday.
Schmitt Locker is known for their homemade sausage and head cheese!
Stan's Super Valu is known through out the country for its famous "Wishek" Sausage. They currently make around 4000 lbs. a week and ship it to any state in the USA, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.
Knoephla soup is served daily. The Tastee Freeze is closed during the winter months.
German-Russian meals are featured every Tuesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chicken and dumplings are the special on Tuesdays. Knoephla, sauerkraut, sausage or fish are the featured special on Fridays.