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    Which German Recipe do you make often?

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    Norelllaura1
    Sat Jul 24, 2010 9:55 pm
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    When I was very young my Aunt Bitterly (not really my aunt but lived next to my grandmother and spoiled us rotten) used to make a dumpling dish in a sort of sweet & sour sauce whenever we stayed at Grandma's. We would say Hi to Grandma and then she would send us next door for our evening treat. I would love to find this recipe.
    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:13 am
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    Norelllaura1 wrote:
    When I was very young my Aunt Bitterly (not really my aunt but lived next to my grandmother and spoiled us rotten) used to make a dumpling dish in a sort of sweet & sour sauce whenever we stayed at Grandma's. We would say Hi to Grandma and then she would send us next door for our evening treat. I would love to find this recipe.


    Can you tell us a bit about what they look like and if they had anything in them? There are many types of dumplings in German cuisine, and if you give me a better idea, I can have look in my cookbooks, as that I can't think of anything I had that was like that. Dumplings aren't that important in this region, even if they are pretty tasty. icon_smile.gif
    jmh1172
    Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:01 pm
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    I am looking for a recipe that my grand mother made. She was from Hungary and made this delicious sauerkrat that was redish in color and sometimes she added bacon or pigs knuckles. She cooked it for a long time. She used the krat in a jar. Does anyone have any ideas.
    jmh1172
    Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:03 pm
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    yes, I would be interested. My grand mother came from Hungary
    Allegro40
    Mon Nov 08, 2010 2:39 pm
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    Roladen, friekadelle, Warm potato salad,pardon my not so German spelling
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