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    Creamy, easy and quick. Goes great with all kinds of desserts, especially my Berliner Rote Grütze Recipe #143738

    Recipe #143739

    This is a great and super simple dessert. Serve with my Vanillasauce Recipe #143739 for a truely authentic taste.

    Recipe #143738

    Super easy and scrumptious. A different way to make pizza.

    Recipe #143497

    This is where you would start, if you had Robert given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my ROBERT – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142425

    This is another big brother of Hermann, the sweetie. Robert starts out slightly different than Hermann and Siegfried, but works along the same principles and turns into bread dough instead of cake dough. Robert is also extremely versatile and will soon have many recipes posted for it. Check out part 2 ROBERT – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Robert baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his little brother Hermann! He is in charge of the cakes.

    Recipe #142423

    This is where you would start, if you had Siegfried given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my SIEGFRIED – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142086

    This is the big brother of Hermann, the sweetie. Siegfried starts out the same as Hermann, however the feeding is different and is what turns this into bread dough instead of cake dough. Check out part 2 SIEGFRIED – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Siegfried baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his little brother Hermann! He is in charge of the cakes.

    Recipe #142085

    This is where you would start, if you had Hermann given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my HERMANN – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142084

    This is a great moist and versatile cake and a long German tradition that followed me throughout school and into adulthood. Somebody was always bringing Hermann along. This is how you give birth to Hermann. Check out part 2 HERMANN – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Hermann baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his big brother Siegfried! He is in charge of the breads.

    Recipe #142083

    Another great find from Giada De Laurentiis. Juicy and scrumptious. Rouladen Italian style. There is really no need to serve potatoes or other starch with this. I just served an appetizer of mozzarella, tomato and basil to start with. Truly heavenly.

    Recipe #138652

    Easy and fast meal. One of our family favorites.

    Recipe #105876

    Fast and easy meal with a little extra zing to it.

    Recipe #105874

    Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. With just the right mix of sweet and tangy.

    Recipe #104225

    I noticed there aren't nearly enough banana bread recipes in here ;-> . All the ones I looked through seemed to be a bit different from mine, so I thought I would add one more.

    Recipe #104022

    This is my moms recipe for the mayo based version that you will find all over northern Germany, while southern Germany prefers the vinegar based/hot version. Make sure to let the salad rest for at least 2 hours so that all the flavors can blend and soak into the potatoes.

    Recipe #103860

    Full of juicy flavor. I saw this on a low carb cooking show and made a few adjustments to meet my families tastes. Yum!

    Recipe #103677

    Thick and chunky with lots of flavor to fill you up real good. Perfect for a cold winter day and very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #103658

    Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Yum!

    Recipe #103369

    Easy, fluffy and great taste. Perfect for a lazy weekend morning. Serve with maple syrup. Easily halved or doubled.

    Recipe #103252

    This is THE best roast I ever had. I found it on Everyday Italian by Giada De Laurentiis. It is definitely lip smacking good. Don't be afraid of the long instructions, it only looks like a lot of work.

    Recipe #103159

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