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    German meats

    Barbara in Holland
    Mon May 30, 2005 12:51 pm
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    I went to Trier, Germany this weekend and shopped in Walmart. Sigh...since I am from California, I was in heaven. But when I bought schinkenrollbraten, I realized I don't know how to cook it. Any Germany cooks out there that can help me? Thanks
    Caryn
    Mon May 30, 2005 1:54 pm
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    This would best if posted under the ethnic cooking. I'm going to post a link for you and I'm sure someone will be able to assist you.
    Inge 1505
    Mon May 30, 2005 3:20 pm
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    It is from the hind part. Schinken meaning ham, usually the part hams are cut from, but very well liked fresh in german cooking. It is a rather lean meat. The Roll- part means that it is bound in an approximatly round form, for a nicer presentation. Cook with the twine on and remove twine before serving. If it is not already spiced cook like any roast pork.

    This is close to the way my (german) mother does pork roast, except she uses chicken broth instead of water and Kitchen Bouquet and oil instead of lard. Pork Roast - Old Fashion Way (use cast iron dutch oven) #44278
    Barbara in Holland
    Mon May 30, 2005 5:03 pm
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    Thanks for the replies. I will cook it as mentioned, similar to the way I do a pork roast, and see what happens. I had thought it was beef, but pork is just as good. We don't get good beef here in Holland, so I had hoped to get some in Germany. That means one more trip to Germany soon...life is tough, isn't it? icon_wink.gif Regards, Barbara
    Amberngriffinco
    Tue May 31, 2005 11:32 am
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    Barbara

    Would LOVE to hear about your life over there!!

    I grew up in Anaheim, kept moving South till we hit the 'end' - Dana Point then in 99 moved to Colorado. My DH spent a decade or so in Germany and loved it.. We have been toying with a trip to Europe for awhile now that our DS is 6.

    amber_n_griff@yahoo.com
    Barbara in Holland
    Wed Jun 15, 2005 8:00 am
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    Hi Amber...I sent you a private email, as I'm sure others don't care to look over our shoulder as we chat. I came from Bakersfield, California, just up the road from Anaheim...icon_smile.gif Barbara
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