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This recipe for German potato salad is an easy way to learn how to make potato salad. Served warm, it tastes great cold as well.
These German pork chops, seasoned with mustard, are a traditional recipe that teaches how to cook pork chops.
Grandma's German plum cake! So thankful to my niece for finding this long-lost family favorite from Grandma. Now that I've posted it, it'll be part of my traditional German baking as well :-)
Mutti's German meatballs are a real classic. Called Königsberger Klöpse mit Hollandische Sosse, it's an easy comfort food to make. But, Mutti's are just a bit different! And mine, even more so.
Traditional German Cucumber Salad recipe that brings back memories of Mutti's cooking. Creamy, tart, sweet, yummy!
REAL German cheesecake recipe that's really easy to make. Includes a recipe for making quark ... at home! Tastes just like you've had in Germany.
This German cabbage recipe is very traditional. It's actually a boiled cabbage recipe that is especially good served with sausages. An Oktoberfest and an autumn staple!
This German Butter Cake is traditional for afternoon "Kaffeeklatsch" and is so easy to make. Use your bread maker and cut down on the work.
This potato pancakes recipe is my variation of the potato kugel, that traditional Dibbelabbes dish from Saarland.
My German bread dumplings are great when you've got delicious gravy to soak up. These Semmelknoedel are from Bavaria and are a great way to learn how to make dumplings. Leftovers are super too.
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*Kaffeeklatsch: /ˈkafeːˌklatsh / (noun) an informal gathering for coffee and chatting
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