Nov 072016
 
Curry Ketchup Recipes - Authentic German

  Curry Ketchup Recipes are very popular in Germany like the famous Currwurst (curry sausage).  How did it start? It started when the German lady Herta Heuwer served it on September 4, 1949 at her street booth in Berlin, at the corner Kant/Kaiser Friedrich Strasse in Charlottenburg.  It was not the sausages that made this … read more …

Oct 102016
 
German Lentil Stew with Spaetzle - Swabian Specialty

The German Lentil stew with Spaetzle is a popular Swabian dish that is served in almost every Swabian “Gasthaus or Gasthof” (Gasthaus is a Inn with local specialties and home cooking such as “Gasthaus Krone” or “Gasthof Baeren” ). You can make the Spaetzle or get them dried from the German manufacturer Bechtle, they have really … read more …

Oct 072016
 
German Onion Tart - Zwiebelkuchen of Germany

The German Onion Tart or “Zwiebelkuchen” is a popular dish of the South, it’s a local specialty,  and is often served with the new wine in October. The new wine is called “Suesser” or “Sauser” (in the Rhineland Federweisser).  In the region around Freiburg in the Black Forest (Kaiserstuhl) you can enjoy the German onion … read more …

Sep 042016
 
German Liver Dumpling Soup - Bavarian Specialty

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. Knoedel is a dumpling and Leber is liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try one; you can get this soup in almost every Gasthaus. The home made recipe’s base is a beef broth, as described in … read more …

Jun 302016
 
Bologna Salad Wurstsalat

  Today we look at a delicious German dish from the South that you can get in 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 super markets … read more …

Jun 282016
 
Mecklenburger Punsch

When the nights are getting longer and colder, and the days shorter,  that’s the time for a cup of a hot beverage such as the “Mecklenburger Punsch” . This is a classic recipe from the former DDR (East Germany)  and is also called “Seelenwaermer” translated as “warming the soul”. Its origin is Mecklenburg, hence the … read more …

Jun 272016
 
German Potato Pancakes or Reibekuchen

German Potato pancakes or “Reibekuchen” is  a special and typical German dish for all occasions. They are very popular during the “Fastnachtszeit” (during German carnival) and in the Rhineland there is always a booth on the fairs selling them fresh from the skillet. If you like potatoes you should try this simple recipe. In Germany we eat … read more …

Jun 222016
 
German Austrian Specialty Tafelspitz

The German Austrian Specialty is a very special beef dish. Tafelspitz, means literally the point of the table, 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 so good that we think you … read more …