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Classic German Baking by Luisa Weiss
From her cheerful Berlin kitchen, Luisa Weiss shares more than 100 rigorously researched and tested recipes, gathered from expert bakers, friends, family, and time-honored sources throughout Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. German baking has influenced baking traditions around the world for generations and is a source of great nostalgia for those of German and Central European heritage. Yet the very best recipes for Germany’s cookies, cakes, tortes, and breads, passed down through generations, have never before been collected and perfected for contemporary American home bakers. Enter Luisa Weiss, the Berlin-based creator of the adored Wednesday Chef blog and self-taught ambassador of the German baking canon. Whether you’re in the mood for the simple yet emblematic Streuselkuchen, crisp and flaky Strudel, or classic breakfast Brötchen, every recipe you’re looking for is here, along with detailed advice to ensure success plus delightful storytelling about the origins, meaning, and rituals behind the recipes. Paired with more than 100 photographs of Berlin and delectable baked goods, such as Elisenlebkuchen, Marmorierter Mohnkuchen, and Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, this book will encourage home bakers of all skill levels to delve into the charm of Germany’s rich baking tradition. Classic German Baking is an authoritative collection of recipes that provides delicious inspiration for any time of day, whether it’s for a special breakfast, a celebration with friends and family, or just a regular afternoon coffee-and-cake break, an important part of everyday German life.
Classic German Baking by Luisa Weiss
German baking is legendary and informs baking traditions the world over- Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, delicate tortes, soft seeded rolls, and hearty dumplings all have their origins in Germany (and Austria). In Classic German Baking, blogger and author Luisa Weiss--who was born in Berlin to an Italian mother and American father, and married into a family of bakers with roots in Saxony--has collected and mastered the recipes most essential to every good baker's repertoire. In addition to the pillars of the German baking tradition, like Christmas stollen, lebkuchen, and apple strudel, Weiss includes overlooked gems, like eisenbahner--an almond macaroon paste piped onto jam-topped shortbread--and rosinenbr tchen--the raisin-studded whole wheat buns that please a child's palate and a parent's conscience--to create the resource that bakers across the world have long wanted.
My Berlin Kitchen by Luisa Weiss
The creator of "The Wednesday Chef" blog discusses her youth spent shifting between her father's home in Boston and her Italian mother's home in Berlin and her decision to pursue a culinary vocation in Germany.
Dr Oetker German Baking Today by Dr. Oetker
Here are the best German cakes and pastries, strudels and tarts, the classics and the tastiest new creations of German cooking. In this extensively revised English edition of the original 'German Baking Today', you will find recipes for every day and for special occasions. To make the baking even easier, the detailed instructions are accompanies by numerous descriptive and step-by-step photographs. And of course: Every recipe has been tested in the famous Dr. Oetker test kitchen. This will ensure success for the inexperienced baker and praise for the ambitious, whether you choose to make the recipe for mole cake ("Maulwurftorte'), Black Forest Gateau, sunflower seed rolls, Christmas pastries or any other baked delicacy.
The Art Of German Cooking And Baking by Lina Meier
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Das German Cookbook by Franz Schulmeister
Today, German Americans represent 17% of the total U.S. population. Whether you want to discover your German roots or simply love hearty meals and delicious deserts, this book will be the best choice of your life!Born and raised in Germany myself, I grew up with Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Sauermagen, large pieces of meat, lots of potatoes and Apple Strudels. In this book I will pass the proven recipes of German grandmothers on to you - from Oktoberfest classics to comforting carb bombs.
Grandma S German Cookbook by Birgit Hamm
Presents a collection of eighty-five recipes for soups and stews, everyday meals, Sunday dinners, sweet main courses, desserts, cakes, cookies, and jams and jellies.
The German Cookbook by Mimi Sheraton
Now in a celebratory fiftieth anniversary edition, The German Cookbook is the definitive authority on German cuisine, from delicious soups and entrees to breads, desserts, and the greatest baking specialties in the world. In addition to easy-to-follow recipes, renowned food writer Mimi Sheraton also includes recommendations for restaurants at home and abroad, as well as tips on ordering traditional fare. Historically, German influence on the American diet, from hamburgers and frankfurters to jelly doughnuts and cakes, has been enormous. But, as the author writes in a brand-new Preface, “Americans have begun to realize that Austrian and German cooks have long been adept at preparing foods that are newly fashionable here, whether for reasons of health, seasonality, economy or just pure pleasure.” Many standards foreshadowed the precepts of new cooking, such as pickling, and combining sweet with savory. Alongside old Bavarian favorites, The German Cookbook includes recipes for nose-to-tail pork, wild game, and organ meats; hearty root vegetables and the entire cabbage family; main-course soups and one-pot meals; whole-grain country breads and luscious chocolate confections; and lesser-known dishes worthy of rediscovery, particularly the elegant seafood of Hamburg. Since Mimi Sheraton first began her research more than fifty years ago, she has traveled extensively throughout Germany, returning with one authentic recipe after another to test in her own kitchen. Today, The German Cookbook is a classic in its field, a testament to a lifetime of spectacular meals and gustatory dedication. So Prosit and gut essen: cheers and good eating!
Festive Baking by Sarah Kelly Iaia
Provides traditional holiday recipes for making cookies, pastries, confections, breads, and cakes, and shares tips on baking
Classic German Cookbook by Lesley Chamberlain
An evocative collection of much-loved regional recipes from Germany and surrounding countries of central Europe, including Sour Cherry Soup, Sauerbraten, Sachertorte and Apple Strudel.