Oct 072016
 
German Onion Tart - Zwiebelkuchen of Germany

The German Onion Tart or “Zwiebelkuchen” is a popular dish of the South, it’s a local specialty,  and is often served with the new wine in October. The new wine is called “Suesser” or “Sauser” (in the Rhineland Federweisser).  In the region around Freiburg in the Black Forest (Kaiserstuhl) you can enjoy the German onion … read more …

Sep 042016
 
German Liver Dumpling Soup - Bavarian Specialty

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. Knoedel is a dumpling and Leber is liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try one; you can get this soup in almost every Gasthaus. The home made recipe’s base is a beef broth, as described in … read more …

Nov 252015
 
German Egg Liqueur

  German Egg liqueur or “Eierlikoer” in German is a traditional German liqueur and you can buy it from Verpoorten, the most popular Dutch brand for egg liqueur. In the former DDR (East-German Republic) it was a popular drink; I found a recipe from that region. You can enjoy it pure in small liqueur glasses … read more …

Nov 012011
 
German Cheese Spaetzle

German Cheese Spaetzle are one of my favorites when it comes to local food from the South of Germany. This recipes comes from a region named “Allgaeu” but it is popular all around in Swabia. It’s the region before Bavaria which is famous for its cheese, the milk and milk products, and it is a … read more …

Nov 052010
 
Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf

This original German recipe Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf comes from Swabia, the region around Stuttgart.  Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf comes from a part of Stuttgart named Gaisburg. So how came the Gaisburger Marsch about?  Here is the story. It is been said that this dish was so popular in the 19th century amongst the officer candidates that they … read more …