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    This is how baked apples are made in our family.

    Recipe #258661

    Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) are maybe THE traditional German Christmas cookies. Everyone loves these little treats. But many don't like to make them, because the sticky dough can be a bit tricky while cutting the stars. But if you take the time to make them, it is more than worthwhile all the work. They are heavenly. If you have tasted the first you can't stop eating them. And christmas without Zimtsterne? NEVER! They are a must.

    Recipe #262925

    Kokosmakronen are very typical German Christmas Cookies. Traditional Kokosmakronen are nt using lemon peel in the dough. But it adds a fresh note to the coconut cookies. You can decorate the cookies with icing chocolate. I use a whole milk chocolate of a good quality. The method of heating the egg white mixture to 70°C will give the cookies more stand during baking and the keep their shape much better. If you don't have a suited icing bag you could spoon the dough on the wafers.

    Recipe #266954

    Vanillekipferl are very traditional German and Austrian Christmas Cookies. There is no Advent or Christmas without these typical cookies in the shape of a horseshoe or half moon. Use the best vanilla bean you can get, because it makes these cookies so special. The dough is a shortcrust and to shape the cookies might be tricky sometimes, because the dough will not stick together as you would like it to. But if that happens, the dough is right on, just be patient and take some time.

    Recipe #271111

    According to legend, this recipe was invented by a chef working for a Russian General, Count Pavel Stroganov in the 1890's. Beef Stroganoff is basically tender strips of beef and mushrooms, cooked in a creamy sauce and rounded off with sour cream. You may want to make this with a tender cut of beef, such as tenderloin or top sirloin. Traditionally served over egg noodles, it also tastes delicious on rice or spaetzle.

    Recipe #390175

    This recipe is from the King Arthur Flour website, one of my all time favorites. I've changed it a bit to make it more authentically German. It is a traditional Christmas bread.

    Recipe #476233

    From Let', posted for ZWT 6. Prep time does not include boiling eggs.

    Recipe #425593

    AWESOME asparagus dish that I make often! This is a German dish I found at a world wide recipes site several months ago.

    Recipe #41085

    This German cookie recipe has become a Christmas tradition in our family, but is yummy year round. The combination of orange and chocolate is wonderful!

    Recipe #149860

    If you've never made a yeasted coffeecake, give it a try. It's a yummy cross between a pastry and a cake, with a delicious topping. It only has to rise for 45 minutes, so it's very do-able for weekends. (Rising time is included in the cooking time below.)

    Recipe #185179

    A simple,down to earth recipe that I love. I live in an area that loves their rye bread, and everyone enjoys this version!

    Recipe #475925

    A quick sautéed flank steak with green bell pepper and mushrooms.

    Recipe #357435

    This is a one-dish meal and a specialty of Hamburg, Germany. It is basically a corned beef hash (potatoes and corned beef) mixed with beets, so that the dish is completely red. It is served with a fried egg on top and spicy German pickles and rollmops (pickled herring wrapped around a pickle). The recipe is recipe #87997.

    Recipe #423892

    A quick and easy potato salad to prepare. The dressing is poured over hot, sliced potatoes to allow the seasonings to penetrate before the starches in the potato cool and set.

    Recipe #366794

    When I was in the Army the shopette had this salad every Friday. We could not wait for Fridays so we could get it to eat while we played Pinochle with our "Aircraft Recognition" playing cards (this way we could call it training). The salad is made with odds and ends of deli meats and cheeses with some pickles thrown in for good measure! Hopefully, your supermarket sells the ends of deli meats and cheeses as mine does. This way it only costs $2.99/lb rather than $6.99 and up. Use whatever meats you can get, but one of them really should be a salami for it's spiciness.

    Recipe #474945

    A hearty supper. From "Better Homes and Gardens" cookbook issued in 1942.

    Recipe #424725

    This version is a little different than others posted on the 'Zaar. It's served warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #347029

    This goes great with boiled and roasted meats and bratwurst. Use leftovers in your next Reuben!

    Recipe #409110

    Posted for World Tour 2

    Recipe #171011

    A great summer salad recipe - perfect for a bbq. By Roz Denny, Modern German Cooking.

    Recipe #169924

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