German Food Online
Looking for German food online ... someplace you can find just the right ingredients for your German cooking and baking?
I live in Canada and am blessed with the German deli not too far away.
But even they don't have everything I need.
So, it's online shopping for me!
The problem often is that the shipping is expensive. So, I've done a bit of research and found the following is among the most economical, both for prices and shipping.
Looking for these German Ingredients?
Here's what I use to make Quark Cheese ... a Greek Yogurt Maker.
Not only will this make wonderful creamy Greek yogurt, but when you use buttermilk, you end up with ...
Really. It's that easy.
Quark that you can use to make German cheesecake or layer in a bowl with honey and fruit for dessert.
Then there's Quarkkuchen ... so click on the photo to take a peek.
Yes, I love my Spätzle lid with the scraper to make these noodles.
You can either book a trip to Germany to buy yours, or else, just order online. Quite a bit cheaper! LOL
Enjoy! So easy to make these and they taste so much better than the packaged kind.
Click on the image to take a peek ... and see if it's something you need / want as well :)
I love using my new Cuisinart Slow Cooker! (I gave away my old one!)
Not only is it a slow cooker, but it's a Multicooker!
That means it can be used to quickly brown or sauté the meat (up to 400 °F) before setting it to slow cook (at various temps) ...
and there's a 'steam' option as well!
With a 24-hour timer and an automatic Keep Warm feature, I LOVE this!
I know there are various 'German' online stores, but my favorite place to shop is Amazon
I know I can't get fresh deli/bread at Amazon (at least not yet), but I can usually find something else at our grocery stores that I can substitute in my recipes. I think you'll find that most, if not all, the recipes on my website include easily obtainable ingredients.
Take a look at Oma's eCookbooks ...
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