German Cooking

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Penguin, 1996 - Cooking - 313 pages
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Savory German cuisine is made lighter and easier for today's busy cook. Much more than sausage and sauerkraut, German Cooking combines traditional recipes with lighter dishes that reflect contemporary German lifestyle. More than 200 easy-to-follow recipes are featured--with easy-to-find ingredients. Color photos.
  

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We love German food. I have been looking for a Real German cookbook that was easy to understand as well as having good results from the recipes. This is the best one I have found and would recommend it highly. Read full review

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Contents

Vorspeisen
11
Salate
37
Suppe
53
Nudeln und Knüdel
87
Gemüse
103
Kartoffel
125
Eier
139
Geflügel
149
Rind
195
Wurst und Kombinationsgeriebte
207
Wild
225
Fisch und Meeresfruebte
237
Brot
251
Nachspeisen
263
Getränke
295
Index
307

Schwein und Lamm
165
Kalb
183
About the Author
314
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About the author (1996)

Marianna Olszewska Heberle, a native of Suwalki, Poland, often cooked at her grandmother's side, learning many traditional family recipes and techniques at an early age. An active participant in many culinary and Polish-sponsored functions, she is the author of A Pierogi Handbook and German Cooking.

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