I have seen Stroganoff prepared at eating venues in all variations, even by Star chefs. I’ve really never eaten this dish at a restaurant, so today I’ve planned to prepare this meal at my house to satisfy my husbands cravings. Traditionally, beef stroganoff is made with tender cuts of beef such as filet mignon, sirloin, top round or ribeye steaks. These cuts are flavorful and … Continue reading Beef Stroganoff, a favorite in our house
It was Fall 2022 and we anticipated a Mediterranean cruise departing from Barcelona. We spent four days in this awesome city and got to taste the Paella, which is a local cuisine in one of the many fine restaurants. Paella is a traditional Spanish dish that originated in the Valencia region. It is a flavorful rice dish typically cooked in a wide, shallow pan called … Continue reading Paella, a traditional Spanish cuisine
Every few weeks I have a craving for a good quality Wurst that I can eat with my home baked Bauernbrot (German crusty bread). Living in the American South it’s not easy to find a good variety of Deli meats. I like to make my own so I know the quality and what’s inside. I found the Ham-maker “Schinkenfee” on Amazon which made Wurst processing easy. Continue reading Bierschinken made with the “Schinkenfee”
The Schinkennudel dish brings back memories of my childhood that makes me happy. This recipe for this is very simple. In Germany we used cooked ham, but now I like to use fried bacon. I replaced the yellow onions, which is customary, with green onions. Continue reading Schinkennudeln, a very tasty German Ham and noodle dish
A favorite that won’t be missed at a family dinner table anytime soon: Peppers, and stuffed, of course. This meal will feed the whole crowd, and that without spending a lot of money Continue reading Stuffed Peppers, a family favorite
The Teewurst quickly found its place at tea time. So the name Teewurst did not come from the pen of an ingenious marketing manager, but developed over time. Continue reading Why is Teewurst called Teewurst?
Tarte flambée, as the French call it, is proof that good recipes don’t need tons of ingredients. But good ones! Tarte flambée is always on our table when we don’t really feel like cooking. This is done so quickly, that it does not require a long rise time or the cumbersome preparation of other ingredients. Continue reading Flammkuchen or Tarte Flambée
I ate this dessert or dish at the Mariandl Restaurant in Spitz, Austria. The “Marille” is a protected designation of small Apricot that grows in the Wachau wine region of Austria. Continue reading Marillenknödel, a sweet and delicious Austrian Apricot dumpling