Mar 252020
 
German Liver Dumpling Soup - Bavarian Specialty

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. “Knoedel” means dumpling and “Leber” means liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try such a soup. It is served in almost every Bavarian Gasthaus (inn). The recipe’s base is a beef broth, as described in one … read more …

Mar 032020
 
Bologna Salad Wurstsalat - German Specialty from the South

Today we learn how to make a delicious German dish from the South that you can get at any Inn or Gasthof. It is the Bologna Salad – Wurstsalat in German. The sausages for this salad are traditionally Bologna or in German “Lyoner”, some use meat loaf (Fleischkaese) too. We find this sausage in international … read more …

Feb 292020
 
Authentic Rhineland Potato Pancakes

Rhineland Potato pancakes or Reibekuchen, as they call them in the Rhineland dialect, are a traditional German dish that you can find at street booths, at fairs or in restaurants. It is also called “Kartoffelpuffer” or “Kartoffelkuechle”. You enjoy them with apple compote, mashed apples or Sugar beet syrup. potato pancakes are the best when … read more …

Feb 242020
 
German Austrian Specialty Tafelspitz

Find out how to make the  German Austrian Specialty Tafelspitz, which means literally the point of the table. It used to be the favorite meal of Austrian Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph, and this dish was part of every meal. It is therefor a national recipe in Austria but it is very popular in Germany too. … read more …

Feb 192020
 
German Carnival Recipes Mutzen

Today find out about the German Carnival Recipes: Mutzen – A Regional Recipe from the Rhineland. It was in the year of 1314 in Cologne. The first fools or in German called “Jecken” celebrated a parade through the city. The reason is unknown, only the date can be traced back. 200 years later a noble … read more …

Jan 272020
 
Sauerkraut Stew with Sausages - Traditional German Dish

The Sauerkraut stew with sausages is a wonderful dish for any season. You must try this stew, or “Eintopf” in German, if you like Sauerkraut. The best is to get the canned German Sauerkraut from Hengstenberg or Kuehne if possible. Find Sauerkraut and mustard in our Love German Food Box!  This dish tastes the ebst … read more …

Jan 162020
 
Bavarian Ham Hocks - Roasted Pork Knuckles

Bavarian Ham hocks is a traditional and authentic German Bavarian specialty and is not just served at the Oktoberfest. In Germany we call this dish “Schweinshaxe” – Haxe is another name for “leg”, and Schwein means “pig”. Ham hocks are also called Eisbein, Hachse, Haxe, or Stelze. And in Bavarian it is a “Hax’n”. The … read more …

Oct 312019
 
Mecklenburger Punsch - German Hot Drink

Just right for the cold winter season! When the nights are getting longer and colder, and the days shorter,  that’s the time for a cup of a German hot drink that is called “Mecklenburger Punsch” . This is a classic recipe from the former DDR (East Germany)  and is also called “Seelenwaermer” translated as “warming … read more …