You can’t have Christmas without the images and flavors of gingerbread men dancing through your memory, right? Well, maybe that’s […]
With only a handful of ingredients and 30 minutes to spare, you can please the entire family with this delicious […]
I’m adding this recipe for Savory German Bratwurst Sauerkraut Strata with Pretzel Rolls to my list of Oktoberfest favorites. It […]
Whenever I’m at an American county fair or street festival, I always make a beeline directly to the corn dog stand. Corn dogs have always been something I crave, and they’re the one “food on a stick” that I enjoy more than all the others. Until now, of course. For me, a hot and hearty “Corn-Wurst” now takes the blue ribbon in my heart.
Contrary to the title of this recipe, this Dark Rye Pumpkin Yeast Bread does not contain any pumpkin in the ingredients. I’ve named this recipe specifically from the shape of the loaves themselves. For those of you who are so over the last three months of all things “pumpkin flavored”…you’re welcome!! LOL
When the cooler months arrive, I tend to gravitate to German cuisine as my comfort food of choice. It just speaks to me, and I hope it speaks to you too.
This rustic yet impressive Riesling Braised Chicken is one of the most flavorful chicken dishes, ever! This recipe is one I […]
With recipes like this, there is no reason to wait for Oktoberfest for a delicious German dinner.
Although I’ve never been to Germany, it’s on my bucket list of places I dream of going.
However, with recipes like this, I like to imagine myself already there. German Pork Ribs with Sauerkraut for the slow cooker.
I first made this dish in the fall and on the stove-top in a large Dutch oven. Since I have the taste for it again, but I don’t want to heat up the kitchen, let me show you how you can make this dish three ways. In the slow-cooker, outside on the grill, and inside in a Dutch oven.
This dinner of German Beef Rouladen is near and dear to my heart for so many reasons. If you’ve been a regular reader of my blog, then you know that several times I’ve written a little bit about my grandfather on my mother’s side that came over on the boat from war-torn Germany. His name was Hugo.