Nov 122017
 
Radeberger Beer Goulash

Radeberger beer goulash comes from the German city of Radeberg which is located in Saxon and was 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 King Friedrich August … read more …

Jan 202017
 
German Fasnacht Krapfen Recipe - Carnival Specialty

The German Fasnacht Krapfen recipe is a traditional German dish for the Fasnacht, Karneval or Fasching time – also called the wild days! It is like the recipe “Berliner” or “Mutzen” which are deep fried. To make such dishes for carnival or “Fasnacht” has an old tradition. After Fasnacht there is the time were people … read more …

 January 20, 2017  Posted by at 6:01 am Fasnacht Recipes, Free Membership Recipes, Krapfen Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Dec 312016
 
Fondue Bourguignonne Fleischfondue

Fondue Bourguignonne or Fleischfondue in German is very popular in Germany especially during the holidays. It is also called Burgunderfondue. In some families it is a Christmas eve tradition, in others a New Years Eve meal. It is quite convenient as it serves many people. The best is to get a fondue set. It comes … read more …

 December 31, 2016  Posted by at 8:58 am Beef Fondue Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,  No Responses »
Dec 052016
 
Underberg Recipes - Cooking with Underberg

The herbal German digestive “Underberg” has a tradition indeed, and we want to feature today some Underberg recipes. The Underberg story began in 1846 when Hubert Underberg married Katharina Albrecht and founded the company Underberg-Albrecht at the Town Hall of the German city Rheinberg. Years before Mr Underberg started to develop a drink that was … read more …

Nov 182016
 
German Spritzgebaeck Cookies  for Christmas & Holidays

The German Spritzgebaeck cookies are traditional Christmas cookies in Germany. You don’t need special ingredients so  this recipe is ideal for the last minute Christmas baking.  Happy Baking! Ingredients German Spritzgebaeck Cookies (about 65 pieces) 200 g powdered sugar 400 g soft butter 4 tbsp milk 2 eggs, medium size 2 packages vanilla sugar 0.6 … read more …

Nov 142016
 
Bethmaennchen - Christmas Cookies from Frankfurt

Bethmaennchen are German cookies made from Marzipan, almond flour, powdered sugar and rosewater. The name comes from the family Simon Moritz von Bethmann in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. A legend says that the famous Parisian pastry chef Jean Jacques Gautenier developed the recipe at the Moritz von Bethmann’s home in 1838. Whoever originated this recipe, the … read more …

Nov 082016
 
Rudesheimer Coffee with Asbach - The Best German Brandy

In 1892 Hugo Asbach, merchant and distiller, founded the company Asbach & Co. in Rüdesheim at the romantic Rhine. He did not know at that time that he was setting a mile stone in Germany for a name that it still popular as in 1892.  A marketing slogan that is still valid today was created … read more …

 November 8, 2016  Posted by at 9:29 am Free Membership Recipes, Ruedesheimer Coffee Tagged with: , , ,  2 Responses »
Oct 302016
 
Authentic Nuremberg Elisen Gingerbread

This is a authentic Nuremberg Elisen Gingerbread Lebkuchen recipe from Germany that needs some specific ingredients but you can get them all in the USA. These Lebkuchen are supposedly the best ones. Of course you can buy them also ready made in the USA, imported from Germany, but there is nothing better than home baked … read more …

 October 30, 2016  Posted by at 12:31 pm Nuremberg Elisen Gingerbread Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,  No Responses »