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    Germany ZWT VI

    This cookbook includes some Austrian recipes, which is right next to Germany so I'm including them here.

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    Posted for Zaar 2005 World Tour. This comes from a cookbook of countries along the Danube. The recipe is from Germany. I have not tried this recipe yet. Update: Just tried this the other night. The potatoes have a really nice texture! I could see adding garlic or more onion if you want. I recommend sprinkling the salt more evenly over the potatoes instead of combining it with the butter, but otherwise it's very tasty!

    Recipe #134023

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. From a cookbook of countries along the Danube, this came from Austria, right next door to Germany, so I've classified as Germanic. I have not tried this recipe yet, but it sounds wonderful. Please note that it calls for 1 cup of already whipped cream (not 1 cup of whipping cream). Hopefully the calorie and fat content will reflect this! (Looks like it did.) Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #134024

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. From a cookbook of countries along the Danube, this came from Germany. The original recipe called for a tablespoon of salt but I cut it down to a teaspoon (particularly since the sprouts are cooked in broth). Cooking time includes chilling time. I have not tried this recipe yet. Update - tried for Christmas as per Elmotoo's comment. Very pretty with tomatoes, and I thought there was too much vinegar in the dressing so I suggest reducing to 1/4 cup as per current ingredients list.

    Recipe #134026

    Submitted for Zaar World Tour 2005. I LOVE chestnuts. On the streets of New York City during the winter vendors roast them on the street and you can buy warm and fragrant little bags of them to keep your hands warm and tummy full while window shopping. Fond memories of Christmas in New York, but this particular recipe is a Christmas in Austria recipe (from a cookbook of countries along the Danube). You can serve them with crown roast of pork (I wouldn't, but then I'm a vegetarian). Have not tried this recipe yet.

    Recipe #134168


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