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Allgemein
Germany
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Krautwickel or Cabbage rolls

Krautwickel is a traditional German home cooked meal. You can add rice, but I like mine with potatoes. It’s basically the same recipe as my Frikadellen or German meat patties. The last time I had them in Germany when we were staying in Dettelbach at a restaurant where the locals hang out.  Krautwickel or Cabbage […]

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Hausmacher Wurst
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Kesselfleisch and Schlachtplatte (Boiled Pork)

My mother grew up on a farm and married my father, who was a teacher. She brought some of her customs back into our family. So every year, mainly in the late Fall we ordered a half pig from the butcher. To grind the meat, I found the Ninja Blender is the best choice. This […]

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How the Weisswurst was born (Recipe)

The Viktualienmarkt is a Biergarten in the middle of Munich. There you can buy the famous Weisswurst. It is the custom that you eat the hot Weisswurst with a grainy sweet Mustard and Pretzel. Originally it was served before noon, now all day, in a covered soup bowl submerged in hot water.

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Pretzel dumpling
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Brezelknödel or Pretzel Dumpling

Scroll further down for Mushroom gravy recipe. If Pretzels are not available you could substitute it with Bagels  Brezelknödel or Pretzel Dumpling Print Rate this recipe 1 2 3 4 5 0 ratings Angie with AngiesWeb Ingredients 2 tablespoons butter, plus more for sautéing. 1 medium chopped onion. 1 cup chopped parsley, plus extra for garnish. 1 tablespoon salt 1 tsp pepper 4 […]

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Frutti Di Mare
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Frutti di Mare in Sherry wine sauce

The meal in the Restaurant in Rome was a slightly different version, with Sherry wine, and it was quite tasty   Frutti di Mare in Sherry wine sauce Print Rate this recipe 1 2 3 4 5 1 ratings Angie with AngiesWeb Ingredients 1/3 cup olive oil 4 cloves garlic, cut into thin slices 1 bay leaf 1/4 teaspoon dried […]

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Balsamic glazed Cornish Hens

This is my debut dinner entering into a competition on GermanFoodBlogs.de. It’s basically a one dish meal. I added the small Red Potatoes and roasted Brussels Sprouts 35 and 45 minutes later next to the the Cornish Hens to finish cooking. Those Poultry Kitchen shears are strong enough to cut a Cornish Hen in half, […]

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Angie’s Zwiebelkuchen 

Zwiebelkuchen is a popular German onion pastry. It is served with Federweissen (a new fermented wine). Those two just go hand in hand. I developed my own recipe for this onion pastry. The crust can be bought, Puff Pastry dough  (Pillsbury) can be found in the freezer isle.  Angie’s Zwiebelkuchen  Print Rate this recipe 1 […]

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Kaiserschmarrn
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Kaiserschmarrn, a traditional Austrian dish

While strolling through the cobblestone streets of Vienna, Austria, we stopped for lunch at Café Central (est. 1876) for some original Austrian food. The waiter highly recommended this Austrian dish Kaiserschmarrn is an original Austrian sweet dish, made from Palatschinken (pancake) dough. It was created for Kaiser Franz Joseph and Elisabeth (Sissi) in 1854. He […]

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Käsespätzle, or Cheese Spaetzle

While on vacation in Sankt Gilgen, Austria I had this typical Austrian dish. It consists of Spaetzle and grated hard cheese that is alternately stacked and garnished with fried onions. The Cheese Spaetzle are pushed into the hot oven after they have been layered, so that the Spaetzle does not cool down and the cheese can melt […]

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