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These German gingerbread cookies, or Lebkuchen, are such a traditional cookie to have for Christmas. They're very easy to make, there's no reason to buy them.
Oma's German schnitzel recipe (Jägerschnitzel) is great if you need something delicious that's quick to make as well. So traditionally German and so WUNDERBAR!
Jagerschnitzel: Rich creamy bacon & mushroom gravy over crispy breaded pork schnitzel (cutlets). HEAVENLY! A traditional German meal that's PERFECT anytime.
My Bienenstich recipe is a quick version of the traditional "German Bee Sting Cake". Sweet, chewy, nutty top with a creamy filling. Yummy!
This German Sauerbraten recipe comes from my Mutti's own cookbook. Tender and flavorful, this traditional beef dinner is for sure a favourite.
I'm American but lived several years in Germany. I love the German Christmas traditions! For instance celebrating a 1st and 2nd Christmas day and celebrating
These German Christmas Traditions have been around for generations. Some ornamental, some musical, some a little strange, and some just simply DELICIOUS!
Learn how to make pork hocks, anytime you want something traditionally German and wonderfully delicious! A hearty Oktoberfest meal for any time of the year!
Oma's German Potato Pancake Recipe is really easy, using a blender instead of hand grating! Delicious for a traditional breakfast, lunch, or supper! Serve with applesauce or sour cream.
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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