Nov 072019
 
The German Christmas Pickle - A Myth or a Lie?

Let’s talk about  a “German” Christmas tradition that is somewhat unusual and deserves some attention. It’s the tradition of the Christmas pickle. Today I heard the first time about it, and being a German I wanted to know more about it. It was not a tradition in my childhood. Some research was needed to find … read more …

 November 7, 2019  Posted by at 6:13 pm Holiday Recipes Tagged with: , , , , ,  5 Responses »
Oct 302019
 
Underberg Recipes - Cooking with Underberg

The tradition of the herbal German digestive “Underberg“ goes way back to a time that we nowadays would call the good old times. The Underberg story began in the year 1846 when Hubert Underberg married Katharina Albrecht, and they founded the company Underberg-Albrecht at the Town Hall of the German city “Rheinberg” (near Bonn). Years … read more …

Sep 052019
 
Radeberger Beer Goulash

The Radeberger beer goulash comes from the German city of Radeberg which is located in Saxon and used to be former DDR. In Radeberg they brew one of the finest beer you can imagine since centuries: The Radeberger Pils. This is the beer that is originally used in this recipe. Crowned the official drink by … read more …

Aug 132019
 
Potato Soup Berlin Style - Authentic German Recipe

Germany is the nation with the best potatoes. There are so many varieties. Find out today how to make the Potato Soup Berlin Style or as we call it in german the “Berliner Kartoffelsuppe”. Such a soup we also would call “Eintopf” because everything is cooked in ONE PAN. These Eintopf dishes are very popular … read more …

 August 13, 2019  Posted by at 9:14 am German Soups, Potato Soup Berlin Tagged with: , , , , , , ,  1 Response »
Jun 062019
 
German Wheat Rye Bread Authentic Recipe

This German Wheat Rye bread is made out of 3 different kinds of flour. The two types of flour most commonly used for bread in Germany are wheat flour Type 1050 and rye flour Type 1180. Special flour types are not available in US supermarkets but are quite common in Germany. Also yeast is used … read more …

 June 6, 2019  Posted by at 10:13 am German Bread and Buns, Wheat Rye Bread Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Mar 202019
 
Griessnockerl Soup - Semolina Dumplings

The Griessnockerl Soup (or Griessnockerlsuppe in German) is a German soup that makes a perfect starter for a menu. In Germany soups are served before a menu and the Griessnockerlsuppe is a classic soup that you can find on many traditional German restaurant menus. Nockerl are semolina dumplings and the origin is Austria. The Nockerl … read more …

 March 20, 2019  Posted by at 7:59 am Griessnockerl Soup Tagged with: , , , , , , ,  No Responses »
Jan 142019
 
German Apple Streusel Cake - Authentic Recipe

The German Apple Streusel cake or Apple Crumble Cakes is a very classic German cake. In German we call crumbles  “Streusel” that make a great topping for any fruit cake. Even if you are a baking beginner this cake is doable. It’s a proven and authentic German recipe. You can substitute the vanilla sugar with … read more …

 January 14, 2019  Posted by at 6:59 am Apple Streusel Cake Tagged with: , , , , , ,  No Responses »
Dec 292018
 
Arme Ritter Original Recipe - French Toast from Germany

Today’s recipe is called Arme Ritter (French Toast in English), and it is a traditional dish that can be traced back to the Romans. The antique cooking book De re coquinaria describes this dish following:  „Zerbrich abgeriebene Siligenen (= Winterweizengebäcke), mache größere Häppchen, tauche sie in Milch, röste sie in Öl, übergieße sie mit Honig und … read more …

 December 29, 2018  Posted by at 8:42 am Arme Ritter, Free Membership Recipes Tagged with: , , , ,  1 Response »