my dad remembers that his russian mennonite grandmother used to bake a flat cookie bar that he remembers was called something like succocoke(?)....we don't know the correct spelling of the name...he said she made a flat sweet bread and put it on a cookie sheet and bent the edges up so it was like a trough...she than would put a cream and sugar mixture onto it and bake it til hard, take it out of the oven, put more milk and sugar mixture onto it and bake it until hard...she would do this in layers...my dad said it became a sweet hard cookie bar that he would break a hunk off of and put in his pocket for later... does anyone have a recipe for this anywhere, please? thanks, ciara
Post by bshem_yshua on Dec 17, 2009 20:53:29 GMT -6
I have never come across any recipe like this, but I do have a suggestion...this web site mennonitegirlscancook.blogspot.com/ is a wonderful recipe/blog by a Russian-Mennonite woman from Canada. The people who participate in this blog are very helpful and seem to be willing to share anything they have. And posting a question is very easy, find the link for "Thoughts around the table" and click on the little envelope, or click on the "thoughts around the table" it will take you to the page where you can post a comment or question. Maybe they would be able to help you find your recipe. Hope this helps. Good luck!