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They look like cookies but they are not – they are actually little quark cakes made from a “Quark-Oil Dough”. It is a very easy and very quick dough that is often used instead of a yeast dough. There is also a hearty version of this dough for pizza (I might add that another time).  […]

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This authentic German rye bread is made with sourdough and has many names: Some call it Mischbrot (mixed bread), some call it Graubrot (grey bread) and others call it Roggenbrot (rye bread), …  It is a mix of wheat and rye flour and has a rather malty taste compared to a white bread. Because of […]

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This is probably Germanys most favorite cake: Bienenstich – or as you might translate it “Bee Sting”. It is a very special kind of cake because it is made with a yeast dough, filled with vanilla cream and has a topping of deliciously caramelized almonds. Sounds good, right?     Bee Sting takes a while […]

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A visitor of my blog asked me about the recipe for Boeuf Stroganoff. Nothing easier than that! I will happily consider every request and try to publish the recipe and if time allows it, also make a video tutorial for it. Now, Boeuf Stroganoff (or Beef Stroganoff) is not a meal I cook a lot. […]

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I guess there is no German who doesn't know the German Hazelnut Cake! It is famously sold as a cake mix in Germany and it comes with a delicious hazelnut glaze.

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Never heard of “The” German Tartar Sauce? Well, some German dishes are very regional and those from Bavaria are best known by tourists. But places in the North have very delicious regional dishes, too. Hamburg is i.e. very well known for its very delicious Tartar sauce, called “Hamburger Remouladen Soße” or “Hamburg Remoulade Sauce”. You might […]

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My Vanilla German Cheesecake is – hands down – the best! It’s light and fresh and so vanilla-tasting, you’ll think you are in heaven. Other than the famous New York Cheesecake, my version doesn’t have the salty taste and it is a lot less heavy, actually, It has a lot less fat and calories and […]

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When Germans live abroad they have two big concerns: The first one is about getting good bread and the second is about finding Quark in a grocery. Quark is kind of the holy grail for Germans outside of Germany. If they find it in a store they will immediately brag about it on facebook. Then […]

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“Oh Tangerine Cheesecake, you look and taste soooooo gooooood!” Fresh and delicious – just right for a hot summer day. A little while ago one of my recipes was published in a German Cook Magazine (print). They had to send me the issue and that’s how I got my hands on that fabulous no-bake recipe […]

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This is my favorite German cookie recipe for cookies all year round – but I especially use it to bake Christmas Cookies! The texture of these cookies is soft and a little moist in the center. They are so delicious and everyone loves them. I bet you will become a fan of this recipe, too! […]

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