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    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar. I am German and usually like that kind of German Apple Cake, so I thought I'd give this recipe a home. I have not yet made it to see if it needs updating, but will try some time soon. If you make this before me please let me know what you think!

    Recipe #6469

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Apfelschorle is a simple, refreshing beverage made of equal parts apple juice and carbonated mineral water. Delicious and thirst-quenching! For variation you can mix equal parts Apfelschorle with white wine for a "Weinschorle", with beer for a "Apfel Berliner Weisse", or mix the apple juice with sparkling lemonade for a "Susser Schorle". Garnish with a slice of fresh lemon. Very popular in Germany and Europe.

    Recipe #367587

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Berlin's traditional wheat beer is drunk with a schuss, or shot, of either green waldmeister syrup (germandeli.com) or red-raspberry syrup in it. Most pleasant. Another popular variation is "The Radler" which is equal parts beer and sparkling lemonade, served with a lemon twist. Prosit! Recipe courtesy Esquire.

    Recipe #429769

    This recipe is from Mrs. Wm. Oberndorfer, from the cookbook "Heritage of Cooking" A Collection of Recipes from East Perry County, Missouri. To find out more about this cookbook read the description from the first recipe I posted from it #38,782.

    Recipe #40283

    This recipe is from Mrs. Albert Heeszel, from the cookbook "Heritage of Cooking" A Collection of Recipes from East Perry County, Missouri. To find out more about this cookbook read the description from the first recipe I posted from it #38,782.

    Recipe #40282

    This recipe is from Mrs. Edgar Dreyer, from the cookbook "Heritage of Cooking" A Collection of Recipes from East Perry County, Missouri. To find out more about this cookbook read the description from the first recipe I posted from it #38,782.

    Recipe #40276

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    A delicious light, bright and refreshing lemon vinaigrette salad dressing that's lovely drizzled over fresh baby greens or cucumber slices! Also makes a nice tangy sauce for grilled halibut or sea bass. Tip: You can whisk in a small pinch of your favorite herbs (such as parsley, dill or thyme), as you wish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #344310

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Thought I would share this simple, old-fashioned method for beautiful bright and shiny colored Easter eggs. My mother and German Oma made Easter Eggs this way, ever since I can remember. The eggs can be dyed with store-bought dyes or by boiling the eggs with natural substances such as onion skin, tea, beetroot juice, spinach, nettle roots and leaves, alder or oak bark. Vinegar added to the water makes the colors brighter, and rubbing with either bacon fat or salad oil produces a shine.

    Recipe #452703

    I think this is a wonderful gift for the Holiday season. It is quite easy to make, looks super fancy and tastes so yummy! Id suggest pairing this with one bottle (750 ml) of red wine or grape juice as it makes enough for that amount of liquid.

    Recipe #468005

    ZWT 6. I got this from Spoonfuls of Germany by Nadia Hassani. The use of brandy in this recipe is intriguing.

    Recipe #425289

    German herbed eggs; easy cold egg dish.

    Recipe #468514

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Nif

    A rich and creamy cheese spread that someone was kind enough to share. This Bavarian delicacy is normally served in Beergardens together with fresh pretzels or rye bread and some nice German wheat beer. You may have let the cheese get to room temperature to mix. Enjoy!

    Recipe #423260

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    An old family favorite comfort food that's delicious served warm at breakfast, or chilled as a special snack. Delicious! For kids of all ages. ;-) Recipe is just as my mother and German Oma made. Enjoy! Serving Suggestion: Top with butter while warm. Enjoy pudding warm or chilled, sweetened to your taste and with fruit toppings of your choice. Some of our favorite toppings are: cinnamon-sugar, vanilla-sugar, honey, applesauce, fruit cocktail, canned peaches, pears, apricots, or fresh berries.

    Recipe #187624

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Delicious, healthy and comforting rosehip tea with added cranberry and apple juice, lemon and honey. Enjoy! Rose hips (Hagebutten) are a wonderful source of vitamin C.

    Recipe #348619

    This is the punch my Bavarian friend Gabi's DH Shamu uses to make. One warms you up, two let you sleep extremely well, three will probably kill you...

    Recipe #401568

    11 Reviews |  By Amis

    Theae are great. They make a good BBQ dish, a light lunch or part of a great dinner. I love curry wurst so this is a dish that's made a lot. Zaar Worl Tour 05

    Recipe #141052

    This is a typical German dessert that I ate very often as a child. It is made from semolina and quite similar to pudding, only grainier. It is often eaten plain or with some cinnamon-sugar sprinkled on top. Another popular way of eating it is topped with berry compote. I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do! :)

    Recipe #456067

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