Dec 162018
 
German Rhineland Sauerbraten - Local Beef Specialty

Learn today how to make the German Rhineland Sauerbraten. Some preparation time is needed because you need somewhat unusual ingredients for this dish: 1. Apple Butter or Applekraut (Apfelkraut): It is a highly concentrated form of apple sauce produced by long, slow cooking of apples with cider or water to a point where the sugar … read more …

Aug 022018
 
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 …

Nov 012016
 
German Green Pea Soup Cologne Style

The German Green Pea Soup Cologne Style is a special soup recipe from the Rhineland. They call it “Ähzezupp”, in high German “Erbsensuppe”. This soup is ideal for fall and winter and tastes great with sausages. In the Rhineland they use the smoked Mettwuerstchen (Mett sausages) which we found at BavariaSausage.com. They can be out … read more …

Sep 192016
 
Rhineland Potato Specialty Kesselsknall

The Rhineland potato specialty Kesselsknall is a regional dish from the Rhineland which is the region around Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn and Koblenz, and further down. It is one of the most picturesque and unique region of Germany. Along the Rhine  you can find old castles, wineries, lovely old towns and villages, and everything which are attributes of … read more …

Feb 062015
 
German Carnival Recipes Mutzen

Today find out about the German Carneval 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 …