Rosina (Emma’s Mom)
¾ cup whipping cream
1 tsp. salt
2 cups flour
Roll dough as thin as possible and cut into irregular shapes. Fry in an inch of vegetable oil. Sprinkle with white sugar.
”This recipe is straight from Swisszerland, and is the recipe my grandmother Kaufman made. She and her husband immigrated to the US after joining the LDS Church in 1906.
Rosina Durtshi & Rudolph Kaufman were married in Bern Switzerland in 1899. The LDS missionaries taught the gospel to them and to Rosa's parents. Her parents joined the church and immigrated to Midway, Utah in September 1905. Rosa and Rudolph both joined the church in l906 and with two children and a third on the way they joined her family, The Durtschi's, in Midway. Their desire was to have a farm where the family could work and be together instead of Rudloph working in the dangerious mines in Park City. In 1909 they moved to Alta, Wyoming inTeton Valley to be near her two brothers. They homesteded 80 acres in and eventually they owned a 280 acre ranch. They raised their family of 12 children there. My mother, Emma, being 7th of the 12.