Vanillekipferl is a light, crumbly, almond shortbread cookie with a hint of vanilla, and it’s one of my favorite traditional German Christmas cookies. (They’re great any time of year, too.) [continue reading]
Since we can’t travel to Germany this year and I can’t gorge on all of the Christmas market snacks, I’m making some of my German favorites at home. I just have to bring the Germany Christmas market to my kitchen!
I’m starting with candied citrus peel that I’ll use in a few upcoming recipes. [continue reading]
I accidentally bought far more apples than I needed and decided to use them to make Sharlotka (Russian apple cake). You probably have everything you need on hand in your pantry to make this tasty dessert. [continue reading]
Love wine? Be sure to include these fun wine festivals in your Germany travel itinerary. The first drink to come to mind when I mention Germany probably isn’t wine, but the country is filled with vineyards and has a long history of wine production.
Download the free wine road guide to start planning your Germany travel itinerary. [continue reading]
One of the best Bavarian snacks to go along with massive amounts of beer is a pretzel, and the best thing to eat with that pretzel is Obatzda. Obatzda is a Bavarian cheese spread. Usually made with a mix of camembert or brie and butter, it’s rich and creamy, and delicious. It’s a simple recipe that’s always a big hit that everyone loves. [continue reading]