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TASTE THE 50s BY MAKING THIS QUICK AND DELISH GERMAN DINNER

Picture the most stereotypical German meal you can think of. Is it Schnitzel? Schweinbraten? Bratwurst with Sauerkraut? Yes, they’re all very German – but there’s another dish that often falls between the cracks. I mean, you might quite literally find crumbs of this in-between people’s couch cushions. It’s a meal that you’ve likely never heard of before, and that most places no longer serve these days. Nevertheless, it’s very authentic and a key part of our cultural history. The mouthwatering concoction consisting of ham and pineapple baked cheese toast has been a German dinner staple since the 1950s. It was...

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HOW TO MAKE AUTHENTIC BAVARIAN SAUERKRAUT AT HOME

When my husband and I met, he wanted to impress me by trying out some German foods. He headed to Kroger, scored a package of German Sauerkraut, popped it in the microwave, and… hated it. Maybe he should have tried Currywurst or German strawberry tart instead. A few months later, we went to visit my parents and my mom prepared Bratwürste with – surprise –  Sauerkraut! After finding out about dinner, he dreaded the moment he’d have to try again and was stunned when hers tasted nothing like what he had concocted. While the dish is by no means hard...

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YOU ONLY NEED FOUR INGREDIENTS TO RECREATE THIS POPULAR GERMAN STREET FOOD AT HOME

You can probably tell by the surprisingly trivial amount of scrolling you have to do to reach the recipe: I am not a food blogger. If you’re looking for intricate meals that take seven hours to concoct and force you to dish out some serious dough to buy 27 elusive ingredients from the Russian, Peruvian, and Samoan store, google “quick and easy family dinners”.   If instead, you’re aiming for simple, authentic, and delicious German cuisine, continue reading. You’ve come to the right place! LET’S WATCH OUR STEPS Will the internet burn to a crisp, if I blog this recipe...