“Bring me some Grain Rolls!” said my husband, when I left for the bakery. That was last year while we […]
You don’t eat animals? That’s absolutely ok with me! These recipes have no fish or meat. They might contain milk or eggs though.
A sweet treat that Germans like to grab at the bakery, is Almond Crescents or Almond Horns. Mandelhörnchen – that’s
Here is another childhood memory: Pickled Sweet & Sour Mustard Cucumbers! It’s a very traditional North German recipe. My grandmother
There is not kids party without our German Chocolate Kisses! Whether it’s a birthday, Fastnacht, or a summer party: These
This Rye Bread is a winner of a German contest of bakeries. It is very easy to make and always
Rye bread often contains a certain percentage of wheat flour, that’s why we call it “Mischbrot” which means “Mixed Bread”.
Glühwein is the name for our German mulled wine that one can buy at the Christmas market to stay warm.
Vanilla Crescents are almond cookies with a rich vanilla taste and a moon shape. We call them Vanillekipferl and they
I can’t describe how delicious Cinnamon Stars are! To make the perfect cinnamon stars, you need to try my recipe
Heidesand is a kind of German shortbread, made with browned butter and that is what gives it its unique and
This poppy seed cake might look a little weird with the black color but believe me, once you had a
Skiing in the Alpes comes with eating Germknödel aka Dampfnundeln! If you’ve been there up on the mountain for lunch,