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    Gut Morgen, Deutsch Kuchen Lieben

    Gay Gilmore
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 1:10 pm
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    I'm pretty sure I just said I love German Cakes, not "good morning, German cooking lovers" as attempted icon_wink.gif

    I wanted to welcome folks to the German Cooking forum. Obviously I am not the expert here. HeatherFeather will be the host of this forum, but she is pretty busy moving (again, poor thing) and a bunch of other stuff. I'm sure she'll stop in soon and have a lot more wisdom to share.

    In the meantime, I thought I'd get the ball rolling...

    We have 780 German recipes.

    Here are some of my favorite photos of German recipes icon_wink.gif

    Traditional East Frisian New Years Cakes (Cones) - Ostfriesische recipe #108109 -- very amazing story behind these too
    Farmer Salad (Farmersalat) recipe #104239
    Chicken Schnitzel recipe #100005 -- like the chicken version icon_wink.gif mmmm
    Savory Sausage Salad (aka Wurstsalat) recipe #91472
    Pfaffenglueck ("Parson's Luck") German Cold Pizza recipe #62336
    German Style Eiskaffee (Iced Coffee Drink) recipe #62156
    Sauerbraten Meatballs recipe #35421

    Yours?
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 2:19 pm
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    Thanks Gay! Hi everyone - I just moved into our new home on Monday and we got our broadband internet access hooked up last night. Sorry for the delay in popping in to say hi and introduce myself. I am back online again, although still unpacking my house so I will not be on too often just yet. However, I will try to check on once a day as time permits.

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    Anke R
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:40 am
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    Hi Gay, I just came here by accident. I know you were planning to do it, and I noticed the new titel of heather and evelyn in other threads and assumed it was on the way. I usually go from one forum to another with the scroll box, where I didn't see it. Am I assuming correctly ,that you are working on changing this? I often don't enter by homepage, but by the topic reply info on my mail, so I wouldn't notice unless I specifically go there to look at new pics etc.

    Just a thought.

    I will be checking in here regularly and see whether there are any queries I can answer and check out the others for things I'd love to learn. Thanks.

    edited to add: I am amazed that there is no French specialty thread. I am sure the French would be very hurt in their pride since they are so proud of their chefs, cooking etc. and consider themself as the birthplace of modern cooking icon_lol.gif
    glitter
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 10:04 pm
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    I don't have pictures on these yet...but I will add these recipes in hopes it helps this section to get going...

    Bavarian Pulled Apple Strudel recipe #84737

    Nut Cake (Nussen Kuchen) recipe #82316

    Helen"s Creamy Garlic String Beans recipe #82212 (a Schwabian dish)

    Sauerkraut Pie recipe #82165

    German Creamed Spinach recipe #79558

    Walnut Cake recipe #79423 .....enjoy....glitter icon_biggrin.gif
    Mysterygirl
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 10:18 pm
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    Anke R wrote:
    Hi Gay, I just came here by accident. I know you were planning to do it, and I noticed the new titel of heather and evelyn in other threads and assumed it was on the way. I usually go from one forum to another with the scroll box, where I didn't see it. Am I assuming correctly ,that you are working on changing this? I often don't enter by homepage, but by the topic reply info on my mail, so I wouldn't notice unless I specifically go there to look at new pics etc.

    Just a thought.

    I will be checking in here regularly and see whether there are any queries I can answer and check out the others for things I'd love to learn. Thanks.

    edited to add: I am amazed that there is no French specialty thread. I am sure the French would be very hurt in their pride since they are so proud of their chefs, cooking etc. and consider themself as the birthplace of modern cooking icon_lol.gif


    The threads were determined, I believe, by which categories members offered to moderate. If you would like to do French just send Gay an email.
    Polar Bear
    Tue Jan 25, 2005 10:30 pm
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    Anke R wrote:
    edited to add: I am amazed that there is no French specialty thread. I am sure the French would be very hurt in their pride since they are so proud of their chefs, cooking etc. and consider themself as the birthplace of modern cooking icon_lol.gif


    I think the French are too busy to join a recipe website ? icon_smile.gif
    But you´re right - by the end of the 18th century, the French have invented every recipe
    Someone from France has to volunteer for French cooking and be ready for the deluge of questions on French techniques. The website wont be complete without French recipes unless it should be renamed ``American Recipezaar Only´´ But whoever moderates the French line is in a for a tough job icon_wink.gif

    Okay Anke, gotta go back to work and school..... see you around icon_smile.gif
    Chef #173456
    Fri Jul 08, 2005 1:04 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Gay,thank you for starting the German recipe thread.There are many wonderful recipes on there. I will try to find a recipe,which you have not posted.
    Koechin (Chef)
    Fri Jul 29, 2005 1:45 pm
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    Here is one of my favorite German Breakfast Recipes. My mother often made this on Sundays, because during the week we only had hard rolls (Broetchen), or heavy dark bread (Vollkorn Brot) with butter and cold cuts!
    Kaiser Schmarren!
    (Emperor's Pancake,Kaiser Franz Joseph of Austria)
    1 c flour
    3 T sugar
    1 c milk
    2 eggs
    5 T melted butter, or oil
    dash of vanilla
    dash of salt
    Buzz in blender or whisk until well combined and frothy. Let stan 15-20 min. to allow the flour to swell.
    ! Large tart apple,peeled and cored. (Granny Smith, Courtland, Winesap), slivered.
    1/2 c raisins, I like to plump the raisins, sprinkled with a little apple juice or water. Let them stand for 15 mim. or buzz them in the microwave until they are all happy and fat. icon_smile.gif
    sliced almonds aprox. 1/4 c or more if desired.

    Heat 2-3 T oil in a large (12") heavy skillet over med. heat. Pour in the batter and sprinkle with the apples, raisins, and almonds. cook until the underside is brown, and the top is no longer runny. Now this needs to be flipped over! I find it easyer if you cut it into quarters first. Now take 2 forks and star to tear it all int bite size pieces. Cook a few more min..
    Sprinkle with fresh lemon juice and lots of powdered sugar! Now enjoy!!!My mother also srinkled it with some "Kirschwasser" and sometimes plumped the raisins also in the "Kirsch"icon_smile.gif
    I hope you enjoy this as much as we do. Ingrid/Koechin
    glitter
    Fri Jul 29, 2005 2:17 pm
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    Oh my goodness...we ate Kaiser Schmarren all the time as kids made from Brotchen...or homemade bread that was sweetened. They had so many wonderful recipes...knew them all by feel too.
    Chef #173456
    Fri Jul 29, 2005 11:52 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    We ate Kaiserschmarrn as children,but for dinner. But I only know it with Cherries .The recipe with the apples and raisins sounds delicious .
    We had several sweet dishes for lunch( we had our main meal at lunch time) ,since meat sprices were very high.
    All the German recipes are sounding great. I will add some,when I have time.
    glitter
    Sun Jul 31, 2005 10:45 am
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    I have had it with cherries too...and I like it with both. But we had apple trees outside so we had alot of apple everything and plum everything... apple strudle, plum dumplings oh my ... weight watchers would not approve... but we did not care it was so good... and funny as it sounds... I was thin and ate all that stuff. So it makes me wonder about these high carbo diets.
    tigerduck
    Mon Aug 01, 2005 8:58 am
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    Gay Gilmore wrote: I'm pretty sure I just said I love German Cakes, not "good morning, German cooking lovers" as attempted icon_wink.gif

    Well Gay Gilmore, to be honest, what you wrote was: good morning German cake lovers... I assume you love cakes, don't you icon_wink.gif
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