German Spaetzle Dishes
Germany is famous for spaetzle, the mild, broad noodle that accompanies meat dishes every night of the week. Making spaetzle isn't hard. It's a fun way to add true German flair to your table.See Popular German Spaetzle Dishes Recipes
Chefs love pork belly because it's inexpensive yet tastes luxurious. Joseph Lenn, a chef at Blackberry Farm, cures it overnight in salt and sugar to add flavor, then braises it until it's meltingly tender. Chef Tip: To brown spaetzle, dry it well after boiling.
Red wine, dill pickles, and mustard flavor this slow cooker beef roast.
For an authentic German dinner, ladle these beef-and-pork meatballs over noodlelike spaetzle.
This pot roast recipe has German seasonings (including pickles, wine, and mustard), resulting in an especially flavorful gravy. Make the spaetzle from scratch or from a mix.
Pork, vegetables, and spaetzle combine to make a complete meal in just 30 minutes.
Some say it's a good tailgating salad that makes the party, rounding out all the other great dishes, like chili, brats, pie, and desserts. We kind of agree. A good, old-fashioned German Potato Salad or a Creamy version that is just a little lighter on the mayo sound to us like essential dishes for true-blue tailgating.
There's a big difference between a food that can be grilled and a food that's meant to be grilled. Take bratwurst: this sausage is tasty regardless of the preparation, but when grilled, bratwurst really reaches its full flavor potential. The skin becomes deliciously crisp while the interior stays juicy and succulent.
If, like me, you ever spent a significant part of your adult life living without a dishwasher, then you'll know what I'm talking about: the indescribable feeling of supreme comfort and ease the first time you load your very first dishwasher after a big dinner, press that button and hear it hum to life. Whatever conflicted feelings we may have about technology, at that moment it seems like humanity couldn't possibly have come up with a more perfect invention (forget antibiotics or automobiles). For all the promise of microwaves, we may not be able to cook dinner with aread more
The Battle of the Summer Side Dishes keeps heating up, and we've just entered the lasted phase, a kind of War of the World's, with traditional potato salad vs. great recipes from Germany, Italy, and, yes, America, too. Who will win the conflict depends entirely upon you. Meanwhile, here's an update of what's going on so far: Classic Potato Salad was headed for victory -- let's be serious; it is the all-time favorite, from dinners around the grill to summer picnics -- but all of a sudden, it was attacked from the rear by a platoon of new recipes.read more
Pork was made for winter, when short days and cold nights give people an excuse for rich, substantial meals. But right at this moment -- although it's mid-February and the ground is covered with snow in much of the country -- it's about 50 degrees outside where I live. And for all I know, you may live in a place that cold weather never touches. Does that mean you can't have pork for dinner? No, no. Go ahead. Pork's main asset is its versatility. You can chop it and put it into Chinese dumplings; you can grill andread more
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