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Recipe: German Potato Salad by Mel B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Aug 2008 4:21pm How do you make a brilliant potato salad a little average? Overcook or forget your potatoes on the boil! So the photo above is showing the overcooked potatoes, however the sauce is well worth trying out on your properly cooked ones! It’s based on the german salad with some wine vinegar, mustard and onions. Definitely worthwhile trying ... Read on »
German Onion Soup (Ueberbackene Zwiebelsuppe) for Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammie) Sundays & Regional Recipes: Germany by DebinHawaii Posted Sun 31 Oct 2010 4:15pm Yesterday I spent the morning making soups in a Hearty Ethnic Vegan Soups class, then I toted several quarts of said soups home (Tuscan Bean, Moroccan Red Lentil-Bean Stew, Mexican Black Bean, and Thai Vegetable Stew) and that afternoon made MORE soup. What possessed me to add to my soup collection? Well I procrastinated on Regional Recipes: Ger ... Read on »
Gluten Free Vegan German Chocolate Cake Recipe by Carrie Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Apr 2011 9:29pm For a completely vegan cake, use my gluten free vegan chocolate cake recipe .  I used my regular gluten free chocolate cake and doubled the recipe so I would have two large layers. BUT I reduced the sugar to 1 cup total (or 1/2 cup per recipe). The german chocolate filling has so much sugar, I thought it was appropriate to lessen the ... Read on »
Your Recommendations: Holiday Party Recipes by Alisa Fleming Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:00pm Believe it or not, we have never thrown a holiday party. Our first home was quite remote, and since our more centralized friends had a party every year, we just never bothered. But this year, the key party-throwers not only have two little ones in tow, but they are also planning a three-week trip to Germany for the holidays to be with family. So ... Read on »
Sauerbraten: A Classic German Pot Roast by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 23 Aug 2013 12:24am Sauerbraten is “sour roast,” a traditional German recipe made by marinating then braising a big hunk of meat in vinegar and spices. The vinegar isn’t just used for a sour zing; it also tenderizes the meat. Bottom round is commonly used for sauerbraten, but any less-expensive cut of meat , including wild game like venison, can be tenderized ... Read on »
From Farm To Plate by Susan Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 7:34am As I’ve mentioned many times already, this is my first year signing up for a Community Shared Agriculture program. At the start of the summer, I paid into the program from a nearby farm, then every Wednesday I pick up a box of vegetables that’s brought into town from that farm. It’s the best way to get farm-fresh goods without going to a market ... Read on »
Classic: Königsberger Klopse - German Meatballs in a Creamy Caper Sauce by Meeta K. Posted Wed 13 Mar 2013 3:26am I’ve sung the song of my love for meatballs often and earlier this year took you on a world tour of meatballs. Here I am again with more meatballs for you. This time with a classic German recipe that has a long tradition and history. Before moving to Germany I was never the one to indulge in... [Read the rest of this post on my website] Read on »
Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon (recipe) by Sarina Nicole Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 3:05pm Originally made to break the Yom Kippur fast last year, this photo (and recipe) for Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs has languished for quite some time in my Drafts folder. Thankfully, Kochtopf’s ‘Smoking Allowed’ event has encouraged me to bring it into the light of day Inspired by a recent No Smoking ban which is taking hold in German ... Read on »
We Knead To Bake #12 : Bienenstich Kuchen (German Bee Sting Cake) by Aparna Posted Tue 24 Dec 2013 12:00am This month marks 12 months of baking breads together and given that’s it’s also a season for a lot of festive baking done in parts of the country and the world, I thought it would be great if all of us at “ We Knead To Bake ” got together to bake something special this month. My choice for this month is the Bienenstich Kuchen o ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Lebkuchen (German Christmas Cookies) by Cherie Funderburg Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 12:00am One of my fondest Christmas childhood memories was ordering a giant chest of cookies from Lebkuchen Schmidt . I’m from Norwegian descent but we do love German cookies just as much as our own Christmas favorites. Every year my Grandma would order a tin and we’d eagerly travel to her house and make a beeline for the chest to see w ... Read on »