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    German and Benelux Recipes for ZWT

    Recipes I've collected for the Zaar World Tour 2006.

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    Someone was once kind enough to send me the proper spices for this beef stew along with this recipe.

    Recipe #171179

    A simple German recipe, posted for ZWT 2006.

    Recipe #171170

    A recipe from the Time Life collection of German cooking, 1969.

    Recipe #171166

    A German recipe from the Time Life collection, a long time favourite of ours, circa 1969. Instead of fresh tomatoes, you can also use 2 cups canned tomatoes, drained.

    Recipe #171165

    A great recipe for kids and adults who are really kids at heart! So easy to make. I got this recipe from my German friend Katja, who often brought it to a class we took together and made my lunch breaks very tasty indeed. I think you could sub shortening or butter for the coconut fat (Palmin) she used but I have not tried it, having only made this while in Germany.

    Recipe #171160

    A recipe I found, and tasted, at a London food fair.

    Recipe #126558

    Economical, healthy, easy to prepare, and tasty!

    Recipe #270260

    This is a German Apfelkuchen for special occasions.

    Recipe #79842

    Sauerkraut lovers, look no further for a tasty and easy fix!

    Recipe #45645

    This cake is actually known as Zwetschgendatschi in Bavaria, where it is most popular. Roughly translated from Bavarian to German, it would be called Pflaumenkuchen or plum cake in English. BUT Zwetschgen aren't ordinary plums, a Datschi isn't really a Kuchen, and a Kuchen is most definitely not a cake! Or at least not a tall, spongy cake -- it's flatter. Ideally, for this dessert you want the slightly tart Italian plums. If you do have to use another type of plum, be careful the variety you choose isn't too juicy.

    Recipe #41721

    Like all great recipes involving beer, with this one you open a can, pour half in the recipe, and drink the other half. Perfect!

    Recipe #41718

    This salad is so easy to throw together and can be made a few hours ahead of time. When my German aunt serves it, she usually does two or three other traditional salads and puts together a little salad plate for each guest as a starter to the meal.

    Recipe #41716

    A classic German cake. Goes well with your afternoon tea or coffee.

    Recipe #84007


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