➤ by Oma Gerhild Fulson
This Fahrenheit Celsius conversion chart is necessary when using recipes from other countries. Germany, for example, use Celsius (centigrade) in their recipes.
The United States and Canada (where I am) use Fahrenheit. The following chart will also help when using recipes from countries that use Gas Mark.
The temperatures given in the chart below are approximate, but accurate enough for your basic cooking and baking needs. Different makes and types of ovens will also vary, so refer to your instruction manual.
To be absolutely accurate, you'll need to do some math:
These roasted Brussels spouts with balsamic vinegar and maple syrup are so quick and easy to prepare, yet so delicious! This may just be your new favorite go-to recipe for roasted FROZEN Brussels spro…
Love German cabbage rolls? You'll absolutely love Oma's unstuffed cabbage roll casserole. Same great taste, but a LOT less work. No rice or tomatoes here. Just real German goodness.
THE German Krapfen or jelly donut recipe you'll need if you plan to make Berliner Pfannkuchen ~ that traditional treat for New Year's and throughout the year!
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