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On hot summer days, we Germans like to eat our German Cucumber Salad. It just takes a few quick steps and is served cold as a side salad or as a snack. Especially in the north of Germany, we like to eat German Cucumber Salad. There are actually two versions of German Cucumber Salad: Cucumber […]

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Red Fruit Jelly is not really jelly. But it’s what the translation comes up with! Since I couldn’t come up with something better and it seems to be a common translation for Rote Grütze, I’ll simply go with it. Why is it not a Jelly? Well, jelly is kind of solid while this desert’s consistency […]

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Grilled Feta Tomato Ships are very well known as a recipe in Germany. People just give it different names since it doesn’t have an official name. I decided on this recipe name because the aluminum trays remind me of ships and also my family has some seamanship ties. Grilled Feta If you google “Feta und […]

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Germany is divided about potato salad, seriously! There is the “South German Potato Salad” (or Munich Potato Salad) with a vinaigrette and the “Berlin Potato Salad” with mayo – and most people like only one of both. Not so me. I love both versions. But if you live in the South of the US, you […]

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Asparagus Soup is part of the German Asparagus Mania … every year in May! About that time, fresh Asparagus comes to our farmer’s markets and people go absolutely nuts about it. For the majority of Germans, it has to be WHITE asparagus, I already mentioned this in the Chicken Pot Pie recipe. Many years it […]

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This is probably the most made Strawberry Cake in Germany. Everyone is in love with it because it is easy and fast to make and it just taste like fresh from Heaven. Strawberry Cake is a very German tradition during Summer. When we have friends coming over in the afternoon, this cake is often on […]

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So far I haven’t met anyone who wouldn’t like pasta and making homemade pasta is almost better than eating it! When we lived in Germany, our farmers market had a place where we could buy fresh pasta with a lot of different versions like “walnut pasta” or “spinach pasta” or “beet pasta” and so on. […]

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At the request of a viewer, I made this video about Liver Dumplings. We call them Leberknödel in Germany and they are a specialty from the South of our country. My grandmother in Bavaria made them very often. Like the dumplings from rolls, you will need rolls from the previous day. The recipe is actually […]

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As I child I grew up with a lot of German Potato Pancakes. They were delicious and easy to make and would fill the six of us on a dime. Here in the US, it seems that they are more known as Latke and as a traditional Hanukkah meal. My parents usually bought a huge […]

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  I was a little hesitant if I should do this video or not, since Chicken Pot Pie isn’t a totally new idea the Americans and probably also British and Australians. But this recipe is something I cook quite often and it’s a great freezer meal, too. I looked up some of the English language […]

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