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    joan in CNY
    Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:41 pm
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    ducky, once again, where are you? What area of the country? It sounds very similar to mine.
    Ducky
    Tue Feb 08, 2005 9:17 am
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    joan in CNY wrote:
    ducky, once again, where are you? What area of the country? It sounds very similar to mine.

    I'm in SE WI. I do have some roots in NY, although it is NYC and Long Island. I worked for 9-12 months in the Rochester area and think that upstate NY is similar to WI. There are several family ties to Syracuse University.
    joan in CNY
    Tue Feb 08, 2005 4:37 pm
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    Ducky, Your description almost made me think you were talking about my native Syracuse.. We also have a strong German heritage and there still remains a large German heritage population. There were several breweries here at one time and we still have a few good German restaurants. DH and I are both SU alums.
    Lusil
    Sun Mar 06, 2005 12:26 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Hi everyone, my name is Laurie aka Lusil and I live in Central Florida.

    My father was in the military and served two terms in Germany while I was growing up. In total I lived in Germany for 7 years. I have wonderful memories and miss the country and the friends we met along the way. I love to cook German cuisine and try to cook it often (my family loves it when I do!). I am very excited that I found this forum today!

    Lusil
    chinasmom2000
    Sun Mar 06, 2005 8:29 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hi, I'm chinasmom2000 from Lake George, NY. Just trying to get started in German cooking so I'll probably have lots of questions. Thanx for providing a forum. icon_confused.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:38 am
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    Welcome!
    Fuji
    Mon Mar 07, 2005 10:52 am
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    Sylvie77 wrote:
    Hi Barbara, welcome to Zaar! Where abouts in Holland are you? I used to live in Germany, not far from the Dutch border. We used to go shopping quite regularly in Enschede or Winterswijk.


    you won't be able to recognise Enschede if you haven't been back since the vuurwerkramp [a few years ago]. the shopping is very nice now, the saturday market to me, is the best market [has even been voted best market in NL], AND a short rail connection Enschede-Gronau has been reestablished. [we] used to have to take the bus to Gronau for Haribo, wines, beers etc icon_sad.gif i miss living in Enschede. besides visiting friends near Bremen every spring i still hop on the train to cross the border for Haribo and stuff.......but mostly for fantastic German beers.....and a bratwurst or 2 from the vendor.
    Ami in D-land
    Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:50 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello all! I'm Katie and as my screenname suggests, I am an American living in Germany. My husband is German and I moved here to be with him. I'm not too keen on German cooking yet, but I'm looking to impress my Schwiegermutter (mother-in-law) at a dinner party soon. She's kind of anti-anything she's never heard of (ie. American dishes)icon_sad.gif. I'm grateful for suggestions on how to wow her with familiar food. So keep those recipes coming. icon_smile.gif
    Berliner Goere
    Thu Mar 17, 2005 8:40 pm
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    Wow! I can't believe all the changes that happened while I was gone. icon_biggrin.gif I just recently got back from a month long business trip to Bayern and this is the first chance I had to see what happened while I was gorging myself on all the awesome food there. yummy.gif
    As you can probably guess I'm from Berlin. I moved to the States in 1991 when my hubby got transfered, we moved back to Berlin a few years later and then back to the States about 5 years after that. I still have all my German cookbooks (along with my Greek and Italian books), including the Dr. Oetker my mom learned on. icon_cool.gif We cook very international and I am always on the look out for new or forgotten recipes.
    This was a great idea HeatherFeather, I'll definitely pop in on a regular basis to check things out. Thanks! icon_biggrin.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Fri Mar 18, 2005 11:20 pm
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    Glad to have you both icon_smile.gif
    chinasmom2000
    Sat Mar 19, 2005 11:44 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hi, Ann ! Do you know Angelo's in FW? Just thinking about Angelo's makes me salivate for some brisket! If you don't know it, try it - you won't be dissapointed.
    -Sylvie-
    Sat Mar 19, 2005 2:36 pm
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    FujiGirl wrote:
    Sylvie77 wrote:
    Hi Barbara, welcome to Zaar! Where abouts in Holland are you? I used to live in Germany, not far from the Dutch border. We used to go shopping quite regularly in Enschede or Winterswijk.


    you won't be able to recognise Enschede if you haven't been back since the vuurwerkramp [a few years ago]. the shopping is very nice now, the saturday market to me, is the best market [has even been voted best market in NL], AND a short rail connection Enschede-Gronau has been reestablished. [we] used to have to take the bus to Gronau for Haribo, wines, beers etc icon_sad.gif i miss living in Enschede. besides visiting friends near Bremen every spring i still hop on the train to cross the border for Haribo and stuff.......but mostly for fantastic German beers.....and a bratwurst or 2 from the vendor.


    I have been back since, and you're right, it has totally changed. I might try and go next time I'm in Germany, as it's been a while again.
    Whipper
    Thu Mar 31, 2005 4:08 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi everyone! I've been trying recipes from zaar for half a year now, and just paid for a PM to support the site and started poking around on the forum recently. I thought it was so cool that there's actually a German cooking section here!

    I'm purebred german descent - both parents speak it, but neither of them came directly from Germany. My mom's side is from what used to be Ukraine and my dad's side from Russia. At the time my grandparents immigrated to the canadian prairies to farm, around 192o, there were lots of german villages throughout Russia and Ukraine.

    My mom made the best sauerkraut that I've ever tasted. I remember whenever she'd make a batch there'd be this big 5 gallon stone crock sitting in the kitchen fermenting away for weeks. Nothing store bought has come close to it at all! I'll have to try one of the recipes posted here and see if it tastes anything like it.
    Tasty Tidbits
    Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:21 am
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    Whipper wrote:
    Hi everyone! I've been trying recipes from zaar for half a year now, and just paid for a PM to support the site and started poking around on the forum recently. I thought it was so cool that there's actually a German cooking section here!

    I'm purebred german descent - both parents speak it, but neither of them came directly from Germany. My mom's side is from what used to be Ukraine and my dad's side from Russia. At the time my grandparents immigrated to the canadian prairies to farm, around 192o, there were lots of german villages throughout Russia and Ukraine.

    My mom made the best sauerkraut that I've ever tasted. I remember whenever she'd make a batch there'd be this big 5 gallon stone crock sitting in the kitchen fermenting away for weeks. Nothing store bought has come close to it at all! I'll have to try one of the recipes posted here and see if it tastes anything like it.


    Welcome to Zaar Whipper! My grandfather always made his own Kraut. He kept it in barrels in the cellar and it was the best tasting Kraut ever. You just can't beat a barrel of homemade Kraut. There was quite a system for making it, according to the moons etc. He was of German descent and grew up in an area in Nova Scotia called New Germany. When we were sickening as children my mother always gave us some of the juice off of the Kraut to help us get better and it always worked icon_confused.gif To this day a big feed of sauerkraut, smoked sausage and mashed potatoes is my favorite treat!
    -Sylvie-
    Fri Apr 01, 2005 3:21 am
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    Whipper, welcome to Zaar. I'm sure you'll continue to enjoy it and also find more and more recipes you'll want to try! icon_biggrin.gif
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