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    Scandanavian (Nick) + German (Deb) = One Happy Marriage

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    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This looked very appealing when he made it on last night's program, so I thought I'd post it here. Looks like Good Eats to me! PREP time includes marinating time--plan ahead, please.

    Recipe #407075

    I made this up tonight in search of something different from baked(boiled)potatoes. My oven was not working yet so I decided to pan fry them and they were a hit. ***Updated on 9/16 to add that potatoes should be browned and to add more oil as needed.

    Recipe #172272

    I love to make this chicken and then I use the leftover cooked chicken for another meal. It is so moist and juicy!!! I do use Paula Deen's House Seasoning, which I will include a 1/4 of the recipe of it in the directions section.

    Recipe #247522

    90 Reviews |  By PanNan

    I tried this recipe from the Every Food magazine and DH and I just loved it. The flavor, with garlic, parmesan, and a wine sauce, take it beyond the average schnitzel recipe. It's also fairly quick and easy enough for a week night meal.

    Recipe #100005

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Not yer average "okay, serve me for breakfast" coffeecake, this one screams: "Darhling, you simply MUST serve me as I am bursting with delicious flavors!" Calorie counters and carb-busters should cut smaller pieces--everyone else may have a normal-sized slice! Makes a very nice family-sized 'cake loaded with crunchy sweetness. Serve with a plate of fried eggs, fruit slices and milk, tea or coffee. Adapted from *Midwest Living* December 2006.

    Recipe #373809

    Fine cooking Holiday Baking

    Recipe #76079

    This German BBQ Chicken recipe is excellent with German sauerkraut and a side of mustard. The chicken can be cooked on a gas or charcoal grill. Chicken needs to marinate for 2 to 12 hours. BEER: Friedrich Dull Krautheimer Urtyp Dunkel and Kaltenberg Prinz Luit Weis Dunkel are great dark lagers. If you enjoy dark wheat beer, try it with Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Dunkel for a great pairing. Recipe adapted from a Taste of Germany.

    Recipe #169291

    This tastes like a rootbeer barrel candy, but sinful. Recipe from All Recipes.

    Recipe #305595

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    With home-grown apples from our trees out back, this is a great addition to the Saturday breakfast menu and the church coffee hour on Sunday morning! From the reverse-side of the October calendar page hanging in the office copy room.

    Recipe #335629

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    An old-fashioned oven-baked dessert that does all the work (well, most of it!). Check out the variations listed and try something new each time!

    Recipe #281643

    8 Reviews |  By Debber

    This one screams old-timey, German, "down-home," and "comfort food" all at once! Sandwiches can be assembled ahead of time, covered & chilled. At meal-time, bake as directed. Thanks to *Midwest Living* for this awesome recipe and the excellent alternatives featuring midwest-region crops.

    Recipe #378743

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Snowflakes drifting by the frosty windows, but inside we're listening to Christmas carols and decorating cut-out cookies. Dad comes and stomps the snow from his boots. Christmas Saturday, and we're ready for a piece of this special fudgy cake to load up our plates, with a glass of icy milk alongside. COOKING TIME includes chilling the cake. Thanks to Gooseberry Patch for another excellent recipe.

    Recipe #318601

    Typical German comfort food. Use either Savoy Cabbage or simple green cabbage. Usually it is served with fried sausages or pork chops or topped with sliced heated kielbasa . - The original recipe calls for caraway instead of cumin.

    Recipe #141266

    6 Reviews |  By Debber

    When our church decided to host a "German Reformation Night" dinner, I went hunting for authentic German recipes. Here is one that fits the bill. There are two ways to make the dumplings (explained below). Serving ideas suggested below too. Gushundheit--!

    Recipe #261361

    "Gebackener Spargel Mit Kräutercreme" Source: Germanfoods.org

    Recipe #304901

    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

    This is a traditional German Mennonite recipe from my family in Ohio.

    Recipe #304636

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    Handed down to my mom, then to me, and I've handed it down to my kids already too. A GREAT potluck dish, kept warm in a crockpot, usually NO leftovers (boo hoo!).

    Recipe #217760

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Gather the children when you pull these out of the oven--lots of oohs & aahs at the puffy cakes! My mother-in-law featured these on her restaurant breakfast menu, and usually makes them at least once when we're visiting. Serve with Honey Butter (below) or some warm fruit compote.

    Recipe #213901

    9 Reviews |  By Debber

    Light, flakey dough surrounds the brown sugar-cinnamon-butter filling (with optional raisins or nuts); two perfect pans of exquisite breakfast fare. Serve with some pork links, glass of juice or milk, and you've got a down-home breakfast. My German gramma made these EVERY time our family visited...and she cooked 'em in her wood-burning cook-stove, too. Our 4-H club makes these for a concession stand fund-raiser and we sell-out EVERY year! Don't be put-off by the LENGTHY set of directions---they're written for the uninitiated (non-bread-makers) among us. I really WANT you to have fun making these, so I told you EVERYTHING you'll EVER want to know in how-to-make sweet rolls.

    Recipe #208445

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