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Ski Resort Edition Part 3: Brettljause

A Brettljause isn’t just your grandma’s meat and cheese board! This Austrian creation boasts with flavorful homemade spreads and lots and lots of veggies and toppings for an ultimate Brotzeit! Click now for the recipes!

Valentine’s Day Recipe: Nutella Germknödel with Raspberry Rosé Sauce

Invite your Valentine to share these sweet German dumplings with you, filled with Nutella and served with a creamy, heaven-like raspberry rosé sauce. Now who would say no to that? Click now for recipe.

Valentine’s Day Recipes: Gluten-Free Quiche & Baked Donuts

Seduce your loved one with baked goods from the sweet and savory end (and if you’re flying solo this Valentine’s Day, just give yourself some love)! Click now for the recipes!

Valentine’s Day Recipe: Kinder Chocolate Fondue

Melted Kinder chocolate should be a sure way into anyone’s heart, right? Add some Kinder chocolate blondies for that double-Kinder experience. Click now for recipe!

German Raspberry Tiramisu

What makes this traditionally Italian dessert German? Click to find out and surprise your loved one with a slice of this heavenly raspberry dessert!

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Ski Resort Edition Part 3: Brettljause

Ski Resort Edition Part 3: Brettljause

A Brettljause isn’t just your grandma’s meat and cheese board! This Austrian creation boasts with flavorful homemade spreads and lots and lots of veggies and toppings for an ultimate Brotzeit! Click now for the recipes!

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Behind dirndl kitchen

dirndl kitchen author Sophie in black dirndl dress with flower crown

Hallo!

I am Sophie and I am German.

When I first moved to the United States in 2009, I felt very deprived of the German way of eating. To this date, I still miss German cake and coffee time at 3 p.m., so I decided to educate my fellow American friends by writing about German customs and food… which of course involves a ton of cooking, converting of grams to ounces and cups, and drinking of Paulaner Hefeweizen! …read more