Several years ago, I published my first meat cookbook, German Meat Recipes. It quickly became a best seller! Now, revamped with new recipes added, including more tips and tricks, this volume will be a welcome addition to your German recipe collection.
There’s something wonderful about having a German meat-and-potato dinner. So deliciously wunderbar! With gravy and red cabbage on the side, the traditional German meal is both hearty and satisfying.
I love food as much as most people. I just don’t have too much time to spend in the kitchen. That’s why you’ll find the traditional German meat recipes here, made easier and in modern ways.
There aren’t any fancy methods or difficult procedures. Just follow the steps, one at a time, and you too will be serving those mouth-watering meat dishes that bring “oohs” and “aahs” from your family and friends.
Since this eCookbook is immediately downloadable, you'll be able to start cooking right away! This is a PDF digital file. No physical item will be shipped or mailed.
Many German recipes use ingredients only available in Germany. Since I don't live in Germany, having access to these isn’t always easy. So, I experimented with my Mutti’s recipes (many came from her hand-written notes) and made them with ingredients easily purchased at my local grocery store.
CRAVING MORE GERMAN FOOD?
These e-cookbooks, written in English, are the result. Since they are instantly downloadable PDFs, the moment you order them, you’ll be cooking and baking just like Oma in no time at all! (Prices are in USD.)
What a yummy way to pass on our German culture: eat like a German!
You'll find oodles of recipes in my eCookbooks that will trigger memories of meals at Oma's ... both from the northern part of Germany and the southern part.
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You’ll find Oma’s newest paperback German cookbook (in English), German Meals at Oma’s, right here. A Kindle version is also available. Filled with recipes from every German state, it will take you on a tour throughout Germany. Grab this paperback one to complete your collection of Oma Gerhild’s books.