Potato dumplings with gravy

German Potato dumplings or Kartoffelknödel (halb und halb)

This is how my mother prepared and cooked potato dumplings. She would use both boiled and raw potatoes for this delicious homemade side dish. It will not only give the dumplings a great consistency, but is also pure enjoyment with no frills. Continue reading German Potato dumplings or Kartoffelknödel (halb und halb)

Nuremberg Gingerbread, Elisen, Lebkuchen Sticky post

Authentic “Nürnberger Lebkuchen” (Gingerbread), a recipe with history

The Nuremberg or Nürnberger Lebkuchen manufacturers have always baked, not only for the needs of the Nuremberg residents, but also for long-distance trade. Nuremberg gingerbreads went “all over the world” on old trade routes and with them the good reputation Continue reading Authentic “Nürnberger Lebkuchen” (Gingerbread), a recipe with history

Eierlikoer, eggnog liqueur Sticky post

Make your own Eierlikör or Eggnog Liqueur

I started making homemade Eggnog liqueur filled in cute bottles a few years ago. It was always very difficult for me to find Christmas presents that would suit my loved ones. Since then, this Eggnog liqueur bottles or Carafes have been a hit under the Christmas tree. Each bottle comes nicely wrapped Continue reading Make your own Eierlikör or Eggnog Liqueur

Neuschwanstein, Allgäu Sticky post

Füssen, a town with the most enchanting castles

After four exciting days in Munich, I drove about 90 minutes southwest towards Füssen with a short stop in Murnau (Staffelsee). It has been about 25 years and I was anxious to visit Füssen, which is nestled near a cluster of majestic Bavarian mountains and a view to several castles where King Ludwig II had lived. Continue reading Füssen, a town with the most enchanting castles