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    2008 ZWT -- German & BeNeLux

    My German & BeNeLux recipe collection.

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    The last of the 2007 holiday trays are done and I am already thinking about next year. (Our trays have favorites but always include a few new recipes.) Planned to make these but never had a chance. Posting this so I don't lose it in the next 49 weeks before holiday begins again. This recipe comes from "1000 Chocolate Recipes from Around the World" an encyclopedic volume which should be mandatory reading for us chocoholics.

    Recipe #273099

    I looooove apple cake. So when this one came to me in a publication from the Bucoda Improvement District, I tagged it immediately. Have not made it yet but certainly have added it to the list.

    Recipe #249118

    Found this recipe on the website of a German cook named Marion. Though honey and mustard are commonly paired, the addition of orange and dill is new to me. This is an untried recipe posted for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #140568

    Posting this German cookie here for safekeeping until Christmas time. Have not tried this yet, but the combination of ingredients looks more than promising.

    Recipe #140526

    My family has a longstanding tradition of baking cookies together at Christmas to give as gifts. Its a big production and one that we truly enjoy as it is the one time of year where we regulary spend weekends in Mom's kitchen measuring, mixing, baking and decorating thousands (yes thousands) of cookies. We are always on the lookout for new additions to our trays and this German bar cookie looks to have some possibilities as the original recipe indicates that it stores well. The ingredient list is not a mistake - just exacting in the amounts needed to result in a perfect bar. Made a half batch to test and the result is an incredibly rich, almost candy-like, bar. I've checked out several versions and the glaze seems to be optional. That said, it does give the finished product a nice gloss.

    Recipe #140525

    Found this German recipe on one of my favorite vegetarian websites. Leeks & apples go quite well together so I'm looking forward to trying this. When i do get to it, I'm thinking of adding a bit of fresh sage. Posted for the Zaar World Tour

    Recipe #140524

    This biscotti like German cookie first appeared in a local diabetic cookbook. I found it on the Internet and was intrigued by the idea of broiling the baked cookie instead of a second baking. If you are not diabetc, the fructose can be replaced with sugar. This untried recipe is being submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138601

    The unusual combination of pineapple and asparagus makes this German chicken salad distintive and appealing. Though it is untried, I plan to make it soon and add my own tweaks. Note the brief preparation time does not include cooking the chicken or asparagus. Submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138597

    Recently began craving chocolate and went in search of recipes that might satisfy the urge without busting the points bank. This looked really good to me and worth sharing here. Have not tried it yet but plan to do so soon.

    Recipe #135946

    Another addition to my 2005 World Tour collection. Quick and easy, this looks like a great mid-week supper.

    Recipe #135256

    This is a creamy and satisfying soup that is silky smooth with nice nibbles of vegetables that offer a nice change from other potato leek soups. The use of buttermilk and cardomom also provide distinctive flavor to the soup. This is filling enough to use as the centerpiece of a comforting dinner or lunch. You can make this vegetarian by using vegetable broth in lieu of chicken broth. On the day the photo was taken, I omitted the mushrooms for the sake of a mushroom-hating guest. Every spoonful was still delicious.

    Recipe #135450

    A lovely baked pancake that can be quickly put together without fuss. While this recipe calls for berries, pitted fruits -- peaches, plums, nectarines -- can be used with or instead of berries. If you enjoy tangy flavors, try substituting plain yogurt or buttermilk for half the milk.

    Recipe #136184

    Found this on the internet while looking for recipes from Holland. Using cider as the liquid in this stew makes it quite different from many of the chicken and sweet potato stews found here on Recipezaar. While not an authentic addition, I like to add a bit of ginger to this as a peppery contrast to the sweetness of the cider and sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #135922

    I was looking for a lighter cookie to make for my office's holiday party and found this on the Cooking Light web site. These looked appealing for taste and presentation and lots of good reviews from CL subsribers.

    Recipe #106098

    I found this vintage recipe on the Internet while looking for unique recipes to submit for the Zaar World Tour. It comes from the recipe files of Margaret Dens Buytaert, a Belgain who resided in Wisconsin. The idea of coffee as the liquid in this quick bread intrigues me. Sorry that I will not have a chance to prepare it for a while. If you try it, please share your reactions.

    Recipe #140852

    Raining 6 days straight here in the northeast and suddenly I'm thinking about warm comforting soups as a way to warm from the inside out. After pulling out one of my soup cookbooks and came across this one and decided to post it for the Zaar World Tour. You can make this vegetarian by omitting the prosciutto. I have not tried this one so please feel free to share your comments and sugeestions.

    Recipe #141362


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