Aug 102016
 
Halloween Cut Off Finger Cookies - Creepy Recipe

  Need some creepy Halloween party food? You found a good one today: The Halloween Cut Off Finger Cookies.  They look so real! This is an authentic German recipe that you will love. Happy Baking and Halloween! Ingredients Halloween Cut Off Finger Cookies 125 g butter (soft), 2 sticks 125 g sugar – 4.4oz 1 tsp lemon … read more …

Jul 052016
 
Potato Brussels Sprouts Puree

If you like potatoes and Brussels Sprouts than the Potato Brussels Sprout Puree is a great dish for you. It is a wonderful side dish for fried meats such as pork, beef, fish or chicken. A very easy German dish. Try it out and let us know how you like it! Happy Cooking! Ingredients Potato … read more …

Jun 262016
 
German Potato Horseradish Soup

German Potato horseradish soup – a soup that is easy to make and inexpensive too! I like the fact that healthy and tasty food does not have to be expensive. It was very common in Germany to serve only meat for the Sunday lunch such as chicken, beef or pork. During the week meatless dishes … read more …

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 082012
 
German Chervil Soup

German Chervil Soup or Kerbelsuppe in German – 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 … read more …

Sep 272012
 
Dutch Coffee Recipe

You will like this Dutch coffee recipe as it is using egg liqueur and strong coffee. The egg liqueur is a very popular liqueur in Germany and originally it is a dutch liqueur from Verpoorten. It is used in Germany in quite some cake, pastry or dessert recipes. If you don’t have egg liqueur at … read more …

Sep 152012
 
Dresden Cheese Cake Eierschecke

The Dresden Cheese Cake Eierschecke is a cake specialty from Dresden, mainly from Saxon and Thuringia. You can get it at the most beautiful cheese store and restaurant at www.pfunds.de or make it at home. Where does the name come from? Well, this recipe has some history: Schecke is a cake that is made on … read more …

Sep 032012
 
Beer Liquor

Beer liquor is a somewhat traditional and local specialty in regions where they brew beer and where hops is growing as well. On the photo you can see a bottle of liqueur that was produced in the German city Vilshofen of Bavaria, and made out of the beer of the local brewery Wolfstetten; they make … read more …

Aug 152012
 
Potato Dumplings from the Pfalz

Potato dumplings from the Pfalz – The Palatinate in German is called “Pfalz” and comes from Latin Palātium, palace; and in the  region itself they call it in their dialect: Palz.  There is another word for it in German that is Rheinpfalz, as it is a region in South-Western Germany and connects to the river … read more …