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    A friend gave me this recipe a couple of years ago and it has been my standard recipe for summer grilling ever since. Great with veggies, too. cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #297371

    Breaded Pork Cultets in a Mushroom Cream Sauce. This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe that I found somewhere on the internet, and have never been able to find again. Some of the ingredients are approximate, so add a little at a time. Remember that bacon is very salty, so you should not need to add salt to the sauce.

    Recipe #276227

    This is a creamy, elegant soup. I first had Red Wine Soup several years ago in Wurzberg at the Ratskeller. I found this recipe in a German cookbook and it is the closest I could come to imitating their recipe. You can use white wine, if you wish.

    Recipe #276217

    German Egg Dumpling. This is a Joy of Cooking recipe that I have used for years. If you have a spatzle press, use it instead of a colander. Try to find whole nutmeg to grate fresh for the noodles. It is amazing, if you like nutmeg.

    Recipe #275971


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