Morning chores, a big laugh, German cabbage soup and a tip about cooking with wine.
How to make traditional German Goulash Soup.
Moist cake with chunks of apples, dotted with rum-soaked raisins. What’s not to love?
This German apple dessert, Rauhreif, is lightly sweet and elegant in its simplicity.
If you are looking for something to put on your Thanksgiving table that is both delicious and a little lighter, Bohnensalat, or German green bean salad is the perfect choice.
Sauerbraten is a flavorful German pot roast with a very unusual ingredient. But once you try it, you’ll wonder why you never tried it before!
There’s nothing like a good, juicy bratwurst, and you don’t need a grill to be able to enjoy them. Learn how to cook bratwurst in a pan!
Spritzgebäck – or “Spritz Cookies” are wonderful little German butter cookies. The recipe is simple, but you can have some creative fun with these and suit them for any special occasion.
There’s nothing like a classic German brotchen to warm your heart.
One of my favorite treats to enjoy when we go out for German food is a heavenly Eiskaffee.
Bratwurst, beer and sauerkraut – the keys for a good Oktoberfest come together in this simple crockpot supper.
When we lived in Germany, there were food trucks that you would see here and there that had some of the most amazing foods you could imagine. The ice cream truck with the super-creamy fresh, hazelnut ice cream, or the Greek truck with the gyros, or the Pommes Frites – ahh…. Another favorite were these …