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    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

    I grew up eating this salad and love it. It's a bit different than most North American cucumber salads I've seen as there is no sour cream in it, only a simple oil and vinegar dressing. Usually it's been made using only cucumbers but sometime cooked green and/or yellow beans and/or tomatoes are added. The quantity of oil and vinegar dressing may need to be adjusted if additional veggies are used.

    Recipe #423689

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

    Recipe #425593

    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

    This is a typical German recipe for Rice Pudding. For this recipe, you don't want to substitute brown rice as it won't get creamy. It is typical to sprinkle a cinnamon and sugar on top of each serving, though some prefer to add fruit, with cherries a popular choice.

    Recipe #424963

    Cucumber with sour cream and chives.

    Recipe #424790


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