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Are you missing a word, phrase or translation? Submit a new entry. In the same way, the last person up on Ash Wednesday was also teased, and called the "Ashepuddle", whose chore for the day was to carry the ashes in the stoves and ovens outside to the ash pile. Fastnachts were a winter staple of the Dutch housewife and could be eaten long past Ash Wednesday, even though originally fried in pork lard , the day before Lent. Shrove Tuesday fastnacht baking was a way of life in which the Pennsylvania Dutch people celebrated its ethnicity , more than going to church; it was a folk-life practice that was more personal.

These yeast raised cakes had been rolled out and then cut into squares, triangles, or rectangles to rise near an old cast iron kitchen stove. Older Church congregations in the East Penn Valley still have Fastnacht Church Socials or suppers in which natives gather for fellowship, enjoying their Pennsylvania Dutch heritage.

This was later to become the Coca-Cola recipe of the fastnacht doughnut. Some cultures add molasses king syrup or "Turkey Brand" syrup to enhance the flavor. Place the flour, baking powder, salt and mace in a medium bowl. Stir with a wire whisk to combine.

In a large bowl of an electric mixer, cream together the shortening and sugar until fluffy. Add the eggs and mix until creamy. Gradually add the dry ingredients, alternating with the milk, mixing on low speed, just until well-combined.

Place on a floured board. Work the dough lightly with hands, adding a little more flour as needed if it is too sticky. This dough should be very soft, something like a biscuit dough, so don't add more flour than necessary. Using a sharp knife, cut into 2-inch squares or similarly sized rectangles. Carefully add the fastnachts to the oil, about 6 per batch, and fry until well-browned on one side, about 2 minutes.

Flip and brown the other side for another 2 or 3 minutes. Remove with a slotted spoon and place on a baking sheet lined with paper towels to drain. Repeat with the remaining fastnachts. Scald milk and add mashed potatoes, sugar, salt, and lard. Add yeast and enough flour to make a soft dough.

Knead well and place in a greased bowl. Place on a cloth and let rise until doubled in size and fry in hot fat. In a large bowl combine all ingredients, but add flour slowly. Cut with doughnut cutter.

Fry in deep fat or oil, turning when brown. Drain on paper towels and let cool.