Recipes Archives - Living In Germany

Ingredient List: 1.1 lb Asparagus 1 pinch of Sugar 1 tbs Butter 1.8 oz flour 1 Cup chicken of beef stock 1 pinch of nutmeg 1 egg yolk 1 tbs liquid cream 1 handful of fresh parsley

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Flowerpot treats: you need: Ceramic Flowerpot1/2lb coconut fat or palmin (lard)1.5 pound of feed mix (chopped nuts, sunflower seeds, oatmeal, raisins and other seeds)heavy string2 long sticks and one bigger short stick first you prep the flowerpot. Take your string and tie it  to your bigger short stick so you have a loop to, Read More

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With it being  warm outside and bbq season  well on the way I thought I would share my German noodle salad recipe. Unlike a lot of the traditional American salads, it is all without mayonnaise and very lean. This will make a large bowl , so if you want a smaller size , just, Read More

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While Americans are famous for their hotdogs, here in Germany we like our dogs’ cold… No we are not talking about refrigerated wieners or Dachshunds playing in the snow, but about a very well-known and beloved German dessert. Now if you are watching what you eat and are an avid calorie counter you should, Read More

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Summertime in Germany is also berry and cherry time. So today I will share one of my favorite cherry cake recipe with you, curtsey of my very own mom.   “Thanks mom!” Kirschenjockel (German cherry bread puddin’)

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