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    BrewerMom
    Fri Jan 06, 2006 12:24 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi
    I'm fairly new to zaar and am absolutely thrilled there is a German topic. My husband was born in Augsburg. His mother was a native German and his father was in the military. His mother died several years ago and I have held on to recipes that she taught me. My ancestry is German and I grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country. I would love to have recipes that may be native to the Augsburg area.
    (Of course I'll take any German recipes as that is just "good food").
    Hello to everyone and I look forward to some great communication!
    Thorsten
    Fri Jan 06, 2006 2:20 pm
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    Hello BrewerMom,

    welcome to the German & Benelux Cooking Forum. I'm happy that you join us. Have fun and meet new friends here. I'm one of the co-hosts of this forum, born, raised and living in Germany for now 42 years icon_biggrin.gif I live with my DW in Bonn (about 30k south of Cologne) in the lovely Rhine Valley.

    You will find me very frequently in the
    Active Lifestyles: healthy cooking and information Forum and in the
    Cooking Photo and Information Forum


    Have a great time
    Thorsten
    PanNan
    Fri Jan 06, 2006 10:02 pm
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    Welcome BrewerMom. Glad you found this forum.

    I'm not German. I grew up in Holland and now live in the U.S. I visit this forum quite a bit, and look forward to reading your posts.

    I don't know about foods from Augsburg, and can't help you there. I hope someone can help you.
    BecR
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:29 am
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    Hi there, BrewerMom---and welcome! My mother & grandmother are German (although not originally from Augsburg). I spent some years in Augsburg as a child, and again later as a newlywed. Here is an interesting link for you to take a look at some typical Augsburg foods (scroll down and click on the highlighted words "Schnitzel, Spaetzle, Bavarian White Sausage")---there is a recipe for Schnitzel.

    http://www.gonomad.com/destinations/0405/augsburg_germany.html

    Here are several German-style recipes that are not necessarily authentic to Augsburg, but close enough (and delicious!):

    German Farmer's Breakfast (Bauernfruhstuck) recipe #120363
    Braised Red Cabbage recipe #108449
    Nan's Classic Potato Salad recipe #63017
    Beef Rouladen recipe #22507

    Hope this helps.

    Becky icon_biggrin.gif
    -Sylvie-
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 5:27 am
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    Hi there, nice to meet you. icon_biggrin.gif

    I was born and raised in Germany, not too far from where Thorsten lives, in North Rhine Westphalia, near Münster. I have been living in the Uk for the last eight years though, but since all my family and a lot of old friens are still in Germany, I visit regularly.
    The longer I'm away the more I start missing German foods, especially my mum's cooking, which is usually a lot of traditional country type fare, such as Grünkohl, Erbsensuppe and all kinds of Eintöpfe. I've just spent the last two weeks at my parent's house and have bought a couple of German cookbooks, so look out for some recipes I'll be posting soon, you might find something you like!

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    Thorsten
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:53 pm
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    Maybe asked your DH which food he can remember. I'm sure we will find a recipe for you. My DW and I are owning too many cookbooks icon_biggrin.gif So, give it a try.
    BrewerMom
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:41 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thanks for the warm welcome everyone.
    My husband has told me he misses something he calls
    rice auflauf (sp?). Is there a recipe out there for this dish? I know what he means, but can't find a recipe.
    Thorsten
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:54 pm
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    BrewerMom wrote:
    Thanks for the warm welcome everyone.
    My husband has told me he misses something he calls
    rice auflauf (sp?). Is there a recipe out there for this dish? I know what he means, but can't find a recipe.


    Reisauflauf (= rice casserole) is a very general term. Does he probably mean Milchreis, which is a sweet dessert kind of rice cooked in milk with sugar and cinnamon. Some use also a little lemon zest. This is a dessert, which is made very often and many kids like it (not only kids I have to admit - I love it)
    PanNan
    Sat Jan 07, 2006 5:44 pm
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    The article posted by BecR is very interesting. I have a couple of schnitzel recipes.

    Wiener Schnitzel recipe #39703 (made with veal)
    Chicken Schnitzel recipe #100005
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:53 am
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    Thorsten wrote:
    Hello BrewerMom,

    welcome to the German & Benelux Cooking Forum. I'm happy that you join us. Have fun and meet new friends here. I'm one of the co-hosts of this forum, born, raised and living in Germany for now 42 years icon_biggrin.gif I live with my DW in Bonn (about 30k south of Cologne) in the lovely Rhine Valley.

    You will find me very frequently in the
    Active Lifestyles: healthy cooking and information Forum and in the
    Cooking Photo and Information Forum


    Have a great time
    Thorsten


    Wow Thorsten...I used to live in Bonn as well. I was in Plittersdorf. I absolutely loved Bonn and there are so many things I miss about living there. Especially Steinhaus..a favorite restaurant we used to eat at frequently.
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:56 am
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    BrewerMom wrote:
    Hi
    I'm fairly new to zaar and am absolutely thrilled there is a German topic. My husband was born in Augsburg. His mother was a native German and his father was in the military. His mother died several years ago and I have held on to recipes that she taught me. My ancestry is German and I grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country. I would love to have recipes that may be native to the Augsburg area.
    (Of course I'll take any German recipes as that is just "good food").
    Hello to everyone and I look forward to some great communication!


    Welcome! I am also of German descent (partly, on my mother's side) . I lived in Germany when my husband was assigned to Bonn. My husband speaks fluent German, my spoken German is rather poor, although I can read it much better.
    Thorsten
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:57 am
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    HeatherFeather wrote:
    Thorsten wrote:
    Hello BrewerMom,

    welcome to the German & Benelux Cooking Forum. I'm happy that you join us. Have fun and meet new friends here. I'm one of the co-hosts of this forum, born, raised and living in Germany for now 42 years icon_biggrin.gif I live with my DW in Bonn (about 30k south of Cologne) in the lovely Rhine Valley.

    You will find me very frequently in the
    Active Lifestyles: healthy cooking and information Forum and in the
    Cooking Photo and Information Forum


    Have a great time
    Thorsten


    Wow Thorsten...I used to live in Bonn as well. I was in Plittersdorf. I absolutely loved Bonn and there are so many things I miss about living there. Especially Steinhaus..a favorite restaurant we used to eat at frequently.


    WOW, WOW, we live in Endenich and I'm quite frequently running through Plittersdorf, because the Bonn Marathon is partly going through Plittersdorf. But I never was in the "Steinhaus". Our favs are "Zum Alten Treppchen" in Endenich and "Zum Ännchen" (that's not the official name, but most know it under this name) in Bad Godesberg
    HeatherFeather
    Wed Jan 11, 2006 12:24 am
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    The marathons used to go right past my window. icon_smile.gif

    There is a wonderful restaurant as well along the Rhine very near the Dreesen hotel..I can't remember the name at the moment..but I used to bike down there and eat potato pancakes with salmon and sour cream.

    Oh how I miss the food! Bonn is such a great city to live in as a person who loves good food and cooking. The wonderful ingredients I could get at the city farmer's market ..oh how I miss that.
    BrewerMom
    Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:22 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Reisauflauf (SP?) as he knows it was a dessert-type dish. It is not wet at all. He said he remembers it was baked in the oven and served with peaches on top. It comes out of the oven firm, almost like a cake. Do you have a recipe?


    Last edited by BrewerMom on Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:29 pm, edited 1 time in total
    BrewerMom
    Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:25 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I make a liver spaetzle soup that my husband's mom used to make. She also made a soup out of beef broth and sliced crepe-type pancakes. Does anyone have a recipe for these pancakes?
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