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By Sackville on November 14, 2011
"This cake is actually known as Zwetschgendatschi in Bavaria, where it is most popular. Roughly translated from Bavarian to German, it would be called Pflaumenkuchen or plum cake in English. BUT Zwetschgen aren't ordinary plums, a Datschi isn't really a Kuchen, and a Kuchen is most definitely not a cake! Or at least not a tall, spongy cake --..."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 5 mins
By Dee514 on April 3, 2009
"This is one of 2 rye bread recipes I posted in answer to a request for a "marbled rye" bread. My suggestion for making the "marbled rye" is to knead the dark rye dough together with a "light" rye dough (Light (Seedless) Rye Bread), before shaping the loaves. (Of course that will make 4 loaves, since each recipe makes 2 loaves).This..."
Ingredients: cooking oil, molasses...
Prep Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 55 mins
By French Tart on June 29, 2010
"A firm favourite of mine when I lived in Herford in West Germany. This recipe comes from a German friend of mine who lives in Bavaria, and is delicious served with sour cream, dumplings or noodles - oh yes, don't forget the crusty sourdough bread as well! Although this is nice served with the above accompaniments, it is essentially a one pot meal..."
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 5 hrs 10 mins
By Lubie on January 23, 2006
By ChipotleChick on July 7, 2010
By Heather Beldin on November 30, 2013
"These are the best sweet potatoes ever. My mother taught me how to make these and it is a tradition at our home to have them. We never have any left. You can double the batch for big family gatherings too. We do all the time. I am now getting my husbands family hooked on these wonderful potatoes.:)"
Prep Time: 1 hrs
Total Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
By Shar-on on November 14, 2005
"Fleisch perisky are traditionally served warm as a accompaniment for borscht, but they also make an exceptional appetizer or snack. A Mennonite lady in Winnipeg taught me how to make these. At Christmas they are very popular. Not many cooks make these, so if you are one that enjoys making them, you can have many customers. I have made over 300 DOZEN..."
Prep Time: 5 hrs
Total Time: 5 hrs 12 mins
By Vino Girl on June 19, 2012
By sugarpea on September 16, 2008
By Miss Annie on October 30, 2005