It is finally time that I post something from the german cuisine again. I showed you few other recipes here, somehow most of them having onions in their ingredients list. Well, this one can also be modified with onions, lots of them, as well though there is no limit as to which toppings you can use. I am talking about the german pizza, which is called the flammkuchen.Continue reading “The German Flammkuchen”
We have been cooking so many different dishes lately that at some point we both decided that it would be nice to have something simple, housewife art, for a change. I mean all the dishes were simple and easy, but we wanted something we knew from our childhoods. Our discussion, like so many times before, consisted mostly of all the typical dishes we just didn’t have in a very long time.Continue reading “German meatballs in beer sauce, Bierklopse”
Easter is only weeks away, and I thought it’s about time to post few suitable recipes. You know, something light. I was really looking forward to it, even though outside it doesn’t feel like Spring just yet. And then today morning I looked out of the window, only to find snow and temperatures below zero.
You know, I actually wanted to show you few more Oktoberfest recipes, but a fried chicken is pretty straight forward and Sauerbraten, which literally translates into sour roast, takes about a week to prepare. Well, bad planning on my side, but I’d blame it on beer. So instead I prepared something that takes max 30min to prepare and still has that bavarian flair, Continue reading “Potatoes and sauerkraut pot with cured pork”