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Try this slow cooker roast beef and you'll be amazed at how much this tastes like rouladen WITHOUT the work.
Learn how to cook pork hocks, anytime you want something traditionally German and wonderfully delicious! A hearty meal for any time of the year!
This German rhubarb pudding recipe is a great way to use up and enjoy that lovely homegrown rhubarb! A warm, solacing treat for the Spring time! Delicious with ice cream!
Make Oma's German Sauerbraten in an Instant Pot pressure cooker & have this traditional German dinner on your table in 2 hours rather than 5 days! And, it's WUNDERBAR!
Oma's German schnitzel recipe (Jäger-Schnitzel) is great if you need something delicious that's quick to make as well. So traditionally German and so WUNDERBAR!
This beef rouladen recipe, along with potato dumplings and red cabbage, are among our most cherished authentic German foods. Easy to make, and delicious!
These pan-fried crispy roast potatoes are so quick and easy to make that they'll become one of your favorites to add to your traditional German meal.
Heidi's Raspberry Torte recipe is SO very easy ... and pretty ... and super delicious. Use a variety of berries to change it ... or just raspberries. Perfect for your summer BBQ!
How to make cheesecake, just like your Oma and this includes a recipe for making quark ... at home! Tastes just like you've had in Germany.
My best Pound Cake recipe (Sandkuchen) is this one. My Oma made it. My Mutti made it. AND now I make it! It's one of those quick cake recipes for emergencies.
Pop right over to my private Facebook group, the Kaffeeklatschers. You'll find thousands of German foodies, all eager to help and to talk about all things German, especially these yummy foods.
I pop in all the time as well, to chat and to answer questions.
Meet with us around Oma's table, pull up a chair, grab a coffee and a piece of Apfelstrudel, and enjoy the visit.
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