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    2 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is a really wonderful Kale side dish originally found in the "More With Less" cookbook. Feel free to leave the bacon out if you so desire. Any other finely chopped meat would be good, or experiment with something to add a bit of flavor if you want to take it vegetarian. I used quick cooking oats because it was what I had but the original recipe calls for regular oatmeal.

    Recipe #100200

    My grandma's recipe. These come out plate size and thin. You put any choice of toppings on and roll up and eat. This is a German heritage recipe.

    Recipe #189930

    This recipe was given to me by a German lady that I worked with some time ago, it's a nice change from the usual potato salad recipe

    Recipe #70282

    Source: KBYU's Culinary Creations with Mary Crafts

    Recipe #71457

    9 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    These brownies are so easy because they are start with a cake mix! I've tried making brownies before with a cake mix, but I've never had much luck until finding this recipe.

    Recipe #110912

    Bowle is a German summer fruit & wine punch. There are many versions of Bowle. This version relies on tropical fruits and Madeira to give it a unique taste. Bowle is served with clear picks to spear the wine-soaked fruit out of each glass. Plan ahead - the fruit needs to soak several hours before your guests arrive. Translated directly from the German version I found in "Sommerfeste" magazine.

    Recipe #34731

    A traditional German recipe that may be an acquired taste for some. This is similar to a quiche, but less eggy. If you can't find bacon you can dice, I think diced Canadian bacon or cooked dice ham would also be nice in this. TIP: If you use kitchen shears to chop up your sauerkraut before adding it to the recipe, it will be easier to cut the pie.

    Recipe #80645

    9 Reviews |  By ugogirl

    Because of my German heritage, I try to use the month of October to cook more German-inspired foods. When my sons were younger, they loved sauerkraut and any dish that contained it. This was a favorite of theirs and I liked that it was a one skillet, easy and tasty sandwich. I served it with German potato salad. Yum!!

    Recipe #142705

    (Translation: Mushroom Salad with Egg.) This is an authentic modern German recipe I acquired while living in Germany. It is very pretty for a dinner party and is light and refreshing tasting. I translated this from a German version I found in "Kochen und Geneissen" magazine. I made my salad with the rocket leaves, which have a nutty, peppery taste.

    Recipe #33736

    These are very thin pancakes and they are a real favourite of my kids! I usually have to make a double recipe to make sure my husband and I will get some too! My kids love these and in Mennonite tradition these are eaten as a supper! Funny eh?

    Recipe #61108

    A quick and easy way to make boneless rolled pork with fruit.

    Recipe #115623

    Every nationality has their own type of Slumgullion.This recipe has been passed down.Addition of V-8 juice when it became available on the market. Meat, macaroni, vegetables and spices. Can't get any better than that. A wonderful dish to serve the next day, add more juice if necessary to reheat.

    Recipe #152550

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Delicios old world flavor chicken and dumpling soup. This is a simple chicken stock soup. If you like you can add vegetables of your choice.

    Recipe #32516

    This recipe will destroy your kitchen, but the result is an unusual, delicious German dinner. Capers and anchovies are the secrets to these meatballs. The anchovy flavor doesn't stand out on its own, but adds a depth of flavor to these meatballs. The capers just complement the lighter tasting ground meats. Serve with noodles, rice, or mashed potatoes. Add a salad and some hearty German style beer, and you're all set. From "Simple Fare" by Ronald Johnson.

    Recipe #47124

    Add these cookies to your holiday list, or just try them with afternoon tea.

    Recipe #64724

    My grandmother use to make something like this.

    Recipe #169775

    8 Reviews |  By Cynna

    Posted for Zaar WT II '06 Time to cook includes time to rise.

    Recipe #170976

    A friend of mine in the states recently asked for this recipe so I thought I would post my Americanized version here. Careful not to bake the cake too long or it will get dry. The reason it is called Bee Sting Cake is because honey is a traditional ingredient in the almond glaze. My absolute favorite German pastry of all time! Perfect for "Kaffee Klatsch" or as a special treat. Lecker!

    Recipe #178749

    Feuerzangenbowle has a long tradtion in our family. We used this recipe now for years and we don't change it. Feuerzangenbowle will be made every year at least once. Invite good friends, sit around the table with the Feuerzangenbowle on it, talk, laugh and enjoy the company of good friends. Very communicative and festive. When you set the "Feuerzangenbowle" on fire dim the light and enjoy the magic of this very special attraction.

    Recipe #142856

    In Germany, there are charming areas outside many restaurants called a "Biergarten" with patio furniture in a garden setting where customers gather around 4pm for an hour or two to relax with either a beer or an iced coffee. This is the typical way an iced coffee is served in the spring & summer at German Beergardens in the Bonn area, where I currently live. It is also a popular choice as a dessert beverage. The measurements are approximate and will vary greatly based on the size of glass used. They also often stick a decorative long toothpick with metallic streamers to garnish as well as the cookie (we think they look like sparklers).

    Recipe #62156

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