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    Cabbage is one of my favorite veggies, so I am always looking for good recipes for cabbage, this is a really great one, and all ingredients can be adjusted to suit taste. This can also be made using green cabbage. I have even added a heaping tablespoon of garlic in with the onions. If you do not have any bacon fat handy, then use all oil, or oil with a few tablespoons of butter. Please, use only Granny Smith apples for this recipe, they hold up better than any other kind. This is a delicious side dish for beef!

    Recipe #131364

    Traditional Pa Dutch New Year's Day meal. Serve with mashed potatoes. :)

    Recipe #149675

    A unique kind of soup. I have not tried this yet, but hope to soon.

    Recipe #151230

    An easy way to jazz up some baked beans for the sauerkraut lovers. Make it with or without the sausage.

    Recipe #169364

    Delicious and addictive! Serve with cheese or as an after-dinner nibble. Recipe from Lucy Waverman.

    Recipe #169977

    This delicious cake recipe appeared in the most famous Swiss cooking magazine (Betty Bossy Zeitung) in 1988. It has recently also appeared in a special edition cook book on dishes that made history. I've known this cake for many years already and the recipe must be used in many Swiss households, as otherwise it wouldn't appear in the cookbook mentioned. Rhubarb is very popular here and nearly everybody who owns a house grows rhubarb in the garden. There are many rhubarb recipes, but this one is special because the sour rhubarb in the dough is combined with the sweet chocolate glaze. A marriage made in heaven!

    Recipe #170171

    This particular Rösti is called Tessiner Rösti and its name comes from the Italian speaking canton Tessin (Ticino) which borders to Italy. My assumption is that ther authors of the book the recipe appears in (Betty Bossy: Feines aus Kartoffeln)named it that way because of the ingredients which remind of Italy. The cuisine in the canton Tessin (Ticino) resembles very much the cuisine of Italy. However, the origin of Rösti is the Swiss-German part of Switzerland. Please note that this recipe is not a basic recipe, but a variant of many. This Tessiner Rösti either serves 3-5 as a main course (with a simple salad on the side or as a starter) or 4-6 as a side dish to a barbecued or pan-fried piece of meat. As all Röstis, it would also be nice with fried eggs. It is important that the potatoes are completely cool, so cook and peel them a day in advance.

    Recipe #170302

    This lemon loaf is very popular here in Switzerland and extremely moist!

    Recipe #170675

    Serve this warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #170936

    These are great with a beer.

    Recipe #170937

    The yeast does not need to be dissolved in liquid, and no rising time is necessary before baking. **The dough needs to be refrigerated overnight.

    Recipe #170939

    Posted for World Tour 2

    Recipe #171011

    These are different as they are stuffed with sauerkraut. I adapted the recipe from Gudrun Rutschilka's 'Neue landfrauen Rezepte'. Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006. These work extremely well in a Römertopf, a clay pot, but you can use a normal casserole as well.

    Recipe #171446

    1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Austrian bread soup for ZWT2! Remember this one the next time you are sick....

    Recipe #171572

    This is an easy and very tasty cabbage dish!

    Recipe #171616

    I adapted this recipe from Gudrun Rutschitzka's 'Neue Landfrauen Rezepte'. Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006. I haven't tried it yet, but it's described as quick and heavenly. It's not really that quick actually, but once you've done the main browning and frying, it just cooks itself.

    Recipe #171677

    By requested which is pretty cool as I just inherited my mother in laws pan this pass weekend! I'm excited! Guessing at prep and cooking time.

    Recipe #122975

    Goulash Soup, a German recipe submitted via request.

    Recipe #52608

    Elderberry and Apple Soup. I can't wait for spring to pick our elderberries and give this soup a try. Servings is a guess.

    Recipe #51105

    Clear oxtail soup is a classic German recipe.

    Recipe #51077

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