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Porzkuchen?? Phonetic 
Please help. I am looking for a recipe. Oma says it is a fried yeast dough rolled in sugar like a doughnut or funnel cake. Her mother made them for her …

Kiek-al-lee 
>>>>>>>>>>>> I am looking for a recipe for a square yeast doughnut with raisins that my mother always made the evening of Shrove Tuesday. (The day …

Klob / prononced like cloths 
2 loaves of bread torn, eggs, milk, salt & pepper, nutmeg, allspice, milk, mix till moisten, put in cloth and boil for ? and turn over and boil for ? It …

Griechenschmaltz 
My husband would always buy this at one of the stalls in the WeinachtsMarkt when we lived in Augsburg in the 70's and 80's. Personally I always thought …

Mürbchen 
I ran across an old recipe book from my mother recipe collection entitled " Frau Barbara erwartet Gaste ". Inside this recipe was marked with an "x" beside …

muldesha (or Muldenshan) 
My father's mother made a dumpling type dish that he remembers as muldesha. She passed away 65 years ago (long before I was born). Have you ever heard …

Mehl Buttle 
I have the recipe, but not sure of second word of title. First word was mehl which means flour. My grandmother made it in a double boiler. It contains …

Crotsedi 
Looking for a recipe for a pan-fried pancake made with flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and eggs.

Tatar or Tartar 
I'm looking for a recipe for tatar that has hamburger meat and raw egg?

Kruchen or Kuchen Bread 
Please help us find an old German Bread recipe. We are trying to find a bread or cake recipe from the early 1900's. My great grandmother made something …

Baked Custard Rice 
My mother used to make this in a large 13x9 pan (baked rice with custard? )about 3-4 inches high and it was always served warm with canned peaches

Strawberry Muldaja 
Boil egg noodles and drain Slightly fry in butter Put in a large Bowl. Cook Strawberries slowly on stove until sauce forms Make home made croutons …

Poppyseed Cake 
One of our readers (anonymously) asked: My mom used to make a poppyseed filling with raisins and cream of wheat . It made it a moist creamy filling. …

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