Jul 162020
Authentic Swabian Cheese Spaetzle

You will love this recipe for authentic Swabian Cheese Spaetzle! This local recipe comes from a region named “Allgaeu”, a very popular region of the South very close to Bavaria. It’s a region that is famous for its various dairy products: Cheese, the milk, quark and yoghurts. Because the landscape is so lovely it attracts many … read more …

May 212020
Obatzter Authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty

Obatzter, an authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty, or also called Obatzda or Obazda, which means squeeze or mashed, is a popular Bavarian snack together with a glass of beer and a pretzel. It’s the beer garden food of Bavaria! Every beer garden in Bavaria serves this dish, we are now able to present to you the … read more …

Jul 232016
Gorgonzola Dip Recipe - German Style Dip

Gorgonzola is the most popular Italian blue cheese because it is a very mild cheese. For the Gorgonzola dip recipe you will use green pepper and chives which will add some nice green color; the pear schnaps and onion will add some exotic taste to it. Fill the dip into a pretty jar and serve … read more …

Jul 022016
Veal Baguette Snack

Delicious and easy to make Veal Baguette Snack combining sliced veal, mozzarella cheese and cream cheese on a piece of fresh French baguette. If you want use frozen baguettes. Place it under the broiler until the mozzarella is melted. Enjoy it as a snack or main dish served with your favorite salad. Happy Cooking! Ingredients … read more …

 July 2, 2016  Posted by at 8:37 am German Veal Recipes, Veal Baguette Snack Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Sep 062012
German Hand Cheese with Music

German Hand cheese with music – what does that mean? Is it a cheese that can make music? Mainz is located on the west bank of the river Rhine, opposite the confluence of the Main with the Rhine. It is an historic German city and the history can be traced back to the Roman empire. … read more …

 September 6, 2012  Posted by at 3:17 pm Hand cheese from Mainz Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »