Do you have Quick Easter Recipes from Germany?
Perhaps you have some Easter party ideas? Or some special Easter dinner recipes? Or perhaps is Easter desserts?
Whatever it is, I'd love to include it here, online. AND, you could be the winner of . . .
Oma's new eBook, Quick Fix Recipes!
As well as your recipe, include a paragraph or two of your Easter memories pertinent to the recipe, any background information, any special hints or techniques, or anything you think might influence someone to make your recipe.
Share any compliments it's received or any variations you recommend. Include a picture(s) if at all possible.
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Please be as specific as possible with measurements and directions. Don't forget to tell something about your Christmas memories or hints and techniques. Be CREATIVE! The BEST entry WINS!
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The Igel Has Landed
We made an Igel every year for Easter Sunday Dessert with my mother who came to the country in 1923. Now I make it with my grandchildren. IGEL (Hedgehog) …
Meat Loaf with Hidden Eggs
Here's what I love to make for Easter when there are kids around. The German word for meatloaf is "Falscher Hasse" meaning "Fake Rabbit" and what's better …
Love this recipe..My mom used to bake them in coffee tins...they were so yummy! It's Easter again and who can resist a paska bun??? In a blender …
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*Kaffeeklatsch: /ˈkafeːˌklatsh / (noun) an informal gathering for coffee and chatting
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