Kruchen or Kuchen Bread
by Terri Jenisch
Please help us find an old German Bread recipe. We are trying to find a bread or cake recipe from the early 1900's. My great grandmother made something called Kuchen or Krughen. It was a bread that had black walnuts, kind of dark like a banana nut breakd, hint of licorice and maybe some dates, raisins or such. She came over from Moravia and they had settled near Great Bend Kansas.
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