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    HeatherFeather
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 2:56 pm
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    Hi everyone - why not post a quick message to introduce yourself. I am HeatherFeather and I am in NC.
    LizzieBug
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:05 pm
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    Hi! I'm Lizzzie. DH has to go to Germany a lot for work and I often tag along just for fun - we have fallen in love with Germany and German food. Yummy!

    I've experimented with some German recipes from Zaar and am looking forward to learning from those who have much more knowledge about German cooking and food than I do.

    Could come in really handy since it looks like we will be moving there in April!
    Annie H
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:57 pm
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    I'm Annie H, and my husband served a mission in Germany for 2 years. He fell in love with the country and people and sometimes recalls German food... but we sure don't know how to duplicate it. icon_biggrin.gif I'm here to learn how.
    Lori Mama
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 7:47 pm
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    Hi, I'm Lori and I grew up in Germany. We last visited in 1992 on vacation. My father is german and likes to rub it in whenever he has the chance to go back which is quite often it seems. Haven't had the funds to go with him yet and I truly would love to. Look forward to cooking german recipes with you all. icon_cool.gif
    Kim D.
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:50 pm
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    Hi, I'm Kim. My Mom's father is German. I haven't done much German cooking, but I did receive a German cookbook for Christmas. I can't wait to give it a try! I'll be checking in here from time to time to see what's cooking and to ask questions! icon_biggrin.gif
    -Sylvie-
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 6:16 am
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    Sylvie here. I'm German, grew up there and moved to Norway seven years ago and then a year later I moved to the UK where I still am.

    I regularly go over to Germany as my family and a lot of my old friends all still live there.

    I'm looking forward to this forum and I hope I can help folks with their questions about German food! icon_biggrin.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 7:44 am
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    Hi everyone. Now I know there are more of you out there - come out come out wherever you are. icon_smile.gif
    Kim D.
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 10:39 am
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    So far I'm the only one who hasn't been to Germany! icon_sad.gif I'll have to change that someday! icon_smile.gif
    Ducky
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 10:45 am
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    I've been to Germany a couple of times (maybe 3 weeks total). DH lived there for a year for work. I haven't made any German food because I haven't a clue. I'm game to learn though. First on my list is spaetzle (I think that is German).
    Lori Mama
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 11:04 am
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    MMMM spaetzel. I love those. I'm having a glopping (you know they stick togeteher in a glop) problem though in my cooking water icon_eek.gif . Any suggestions on how to avoid that. My family doesn't much care how they turn out, they'll eat them anyway. But I do care.
    ~*~Gold Medal Flower~*~
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 2:14 pm
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    Hi everyone! Just thought I'd pop in and say how excited I am about these new forums, especially this one! I've never been to Germany, would love to go someday! I do love German food! So here I am! icon_wink.gif I may not post many if any German recipes, but I'll be one of your biggest reviewers! icon_biggrin.gif I added tons of new recipes to my cookbooks from Gay's post including Heather's Pfaffenglueck ("Parson's Luck") German Cold Pizza recipe #62336 which looks awesome! I plan on making it this weekend! Now, the only thing I need is a good German beer recommendation!?!?
    Caryn
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 2:55 pm
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    I've never been to Germany but both my mother's and father's side hail from Germany. It seems odd but we have quite a few folks from Germany living in Birmingham, AL. They come over to work at the Mercedes plant as well as a German company that makes parts for Mercedes, Diam Chrysler, etc. There is actually a large group that meets for coffee at the Panera Bread I frequent. My oldest became fasinated with Germany when she met a friend from Germany last year in school. She is taking her first year of German in high school and loves it. I'll be looking for sweet German recipes for her to take to class.............
    LizzieBug
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 3:07 pm
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    Caryn wrote:
    I've never been to Germany but both my mother's and father's side hail from Germany. It seems odd but we have quite a few folks from Germany living in Birmingham, AL. They come over to work at the Mercedes plant as well as a German company that makes parts for Mercedes, Diam Chrysler, etc. There is actually a large group that meets for coffee at the Panera Bread I frequent. My oldest became fasinated with Germany when she met a friend from Germany last year in school. She is taking her first year of German in high school and loves it. I'll be looking for sweet German recipes for her to take to class.............


    There are lots in Huntsville, AL as well. Remnants from the German scientists that the US gov brought to work at the Space and Rocket Center during the war. The husband of a good friend of mine is one such scientist. He turned ninety this year and boy does he have some stories to tell. Odd that I've never asked his wife about German cooking. I'll bet she has tons of great recipies though. Hmmm......
    Ducky
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 3:34 pm
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    Lizzie Abney wrote:
    Caryn wrote:
    I've never been to Germany but both my mother's and father's side hail from Germany. It seems odd but we have quite a few folks from Germany living in Birmingham, AL. They come over to work at the Mercedes plant as well as a German company that makes parts for Mercedes, Diam Chrysler, etc. There is actually a large group that meets for coffee at the Panera Bread I frequent. My oldest became fasinated with Germany when she met a friend from Germany last year in school. She is taking her first year of German in high school and loves it. I'll be looking for sweet German recipes for her to take to class.............


    There are lots in Huntsville, AL as well. Remnants from the German scientists that the US gov brought to work at the Space and Rocket Center during the war. The husband of a good friend of mine is one such scientist. He turned ninety this year and boy does he have some stories to tell. Odd that I've never asked his wife about German cooking. I'll bet she has tons of great recipies though. Hmmm......

    We have a substantial German presence here. The city actually had the last German language newspaper in the US (gone for many, many years). There are several good German restaurants and sausage makers here. We did have the majority of the breweries before all the consolidation.
    glitter
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 9:54 pm
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    I've never been to Germany but I speak an old version of German call Scwabisch. My parents actually come from the Eastern part of Europe because their ancestors traveled there 200yrs ago down the Danube on Schachtels. (Box boats) They still use these boats to transport barrels of wine up and down Italy because they can be manned by two people with long sticks and can carry a few barrels at a time along the coastline. I am the first American born citizen in my family. I have family that still live in Germany. And I have one nephew that moved back with his family to work there. We miss them very much. From all the traveling in the family our family has learned to eat various foods. We still however eat much German food since our parents still used to make much of the food we ate. We learned to like it. The hardest thing was trying to convert some of the recipes from my handful from their handful and their coffee cup to my mug, and so on. They never measured anything everything went by sight and feel. I hope I will be able to share more recipes with you. I have seen many already coming in that are very wonderful. glitter
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