Mar 022015
 
Swabian Potato Dumplings

  Swabian Potato Dumplings or as we call them “Knoedel”, are a regional food specialty from the South of Germany with Stuttgart as the main city of the county Baden-Würtemberg. This region has many delicious food specialties. The dumplings are served with dishes that contain gravy such as beef roast, Goulash or beef rolls. This … read more …

Feb 182015
 
Cucumber Stew

Cucumber Stew is a delicious German main dish with ham or without. Ideal for a meatless dinner, just don’t use ham. The cucumber stew is easy to make and tastes the best with English cucumbers or special cucumber for cooking. Happy Cooking! Ingredients (serves 1-2) 1 -2 cucumbers, English 1-2 slices cooked ham – dont … read more …

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Feb 172015
 
German Ash Wednesday Salad

German Ash Wednesday Salad is just the right food after the carnival days. Many people suffer from a hang over so something salty is the best remedy such as the ash Wednesday salad with Matjes fillets. Matjes herring is very popular in Germany and Scandinavia but not that much in the USA. The herring filets … read more …

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Feb 152015
 
Authentic German Brussels Sprout Soup

Authentic German Brussels Sprout Soup – Brussels Sprouts is a great winter seasonal vegetable and makes a tasty soup.  The soup can be the starter for a festive menu or you can make it just as  a snack or use it for a light supper. This German soup is easy to make and you can … read more …

Feb 122015
 
Valentine's Day Breakfast Eggs

Valentine’s Day Breakfast Eggs – Surprise your beloved one for Valentine’s Day with a special breakfast that contains heart shaped toast bread with eggs and rosemary butter! Learn how to make he rosmary butter from scratch. Happy Cooking and Happy Valentine’s Day! Ingredients 50 g soft butter 1 garlic clove, squeezed (optional) 1/2 tbsp chopped … read more …

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Feb 062015
 
German Carnival Recipes Mutzen

  German Carneval Recipe Mutzen – It was 1314 in Cologne. The first fools or in German called “Jecken” celebrated a parade through the city. The reason is unknown, only the date can be traced back. 200 years later a noble man named “Weinsberg” wrote about the carnival. He described that there were no differences … read more …