The Mdewakantonwan were so called from their former habitat, Mdewakan, or Mysterious lake, commonly called Spirit lake, one of the Mille Lacs in Minnesota. The whole name means Mysterious Lake village, and the term was used by De l'Isle as ea... Read more of The Mdewakantonwan at Siouan.caInformational Site Network Informational
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(Desserts) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)

Boil one cup of milk and when boiling stir in quickly one-half cup of
sifted flour and work smooth until all lumps are out and it is the
consistency of soft mashed potatoes. Stir all the while over fire. When
smooth remove from stove and while yet warm break in, one by one, yolks
of three eggs, a pinch of salt, then the beaten whites of three eggs.
Bake in well-buttered hot square pans, in very hot oven, from fifteen to
twenty minutes. Serve as soon as done with jelly or preserves. If batter
is not thick enough a little more flour must be added to the milk.

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