Nov 032012
 
Turkey Roast Recipe for Thanksgiving

Roast Turkey with Dijon Mustard Sauce Nice Turkey Roast recipe for Thanksgiving and it is not a German recipe. In Germany we love to make a goose for Christmas similiar to turkey. This US Roast turkey recipe is special because the mustard will not be spread onto the skin (as usual), it is spread under … read more …

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Oct 172012
 
German Pumpkin Lasagne

German pumpkin lasagne  is  a great recipe for  the pumpkin and fall season. Combine pumpkin, egg plant and leek for this healthy, veggie dish and bake it in the oven for 45 minutes.  Why not trying out?  Happy Cooking. Ingredients German Pumpkin Lasagne 1 medium size pumpkin 2 leeks 1 egg plant (aubergine) 2 tomatoes … read more …

Oct 082012
 
Chervil Soup

Chervil is a delicate culinary herb used in the German and general European cuisine. It has a mild flavor with a tiny hint of anise; the leaves are curly and look like a bit carrot greens. We use it in recipes such as “Gruene Sosse” (green sauce), salads and soups. If you use chervil in  … read more …

Oct 022012
 
German Goulash Soup

German Goulash soup is a traditional German soup especially for New years Eve, the night where people everywhere are celebrating the last hours of the old year. In Germany this evening is called “Silvesterabend”, and everyone throws a party with firework and a “midnight soup”.  The tradition is to serve a soup shortly after midnight, and … read more …

Sep 272012
 
Zwiebelrostbraten - Viennese Roast Beef

Zwiebelrostbraten  is a classic German dish that is served in many regions of Germany, like in Frankonia, Thuringia, Berlin, Hessen, Swabia or Vienna. If you would translate it literally it means “onion-topped roast beef with gravy”. The recipes vary by region. I want to feature today the classic variation: Wiener Zwiebelrostbraten In Austria the dish … read more …

Sep 272012
 
Dutch Coffee

Dutch coffee is using egg liqueur which is a very popular liqueur in Germany and originally it is a dutch liqueur from Verpoorten. If you don’t have gg liqueur at home it is quite easy to make your own. See recipe at the bottom. Enjoy the coffee especially on a cold fall or winter’s day. … read more …

Sep 262012
 
Mecklenburger Punch

The nights are longer and getting colder, not so much in California, but fall has started now, and that’s the time for hot beverages. This is a typical recipe from the former DDR (East Germany)  and is called Seelenwaermer translated as “warming the soul” and its origin is Mecklenburg; that’s why the name Mecklenburger Punsch. … read more …

Sep 252012
 
Pfitzauf - Sweet Swabian Specialty

Pfitzauf  is  a traditional sweet German recipe from eggs out of the Swabian kitchen. The dough consists out of eggs, milk, flour, butter and salt or sugar and will be baked either in special fire proof ceramic forms that are only available in Swabian stores or you can use fire proof ceramic cups, even coffee … read more …