I was given an old cookbook that was put together by members of St. Michaels Church in Frankenmuth, Michigan, 1976. Frankenmuth is an old town settled by mostly Germans. It's famous for it's Bavarian restaurants and year round Christmas store. There are some really interesting and unusual recipes in this book. It's missing it's cover and the recipes are written assuming that all women know how to cook, so many steps aren't written. If you are looking for an old German recipe, a farm recipe--like "brick cheese" etc, or just an old recipe, e-mail me and I will gladly post. For now, I will share what I find most unusual and interesting. I hope that you enjoy! I saw this recipe for Rhubarb Wine--not a lot of uses for Rhubarb--just something different. I don't know how much this makes, so yields are an estimate.