German Home Cooking is not just an ordinary cookbook. It is a wonderful collection of authentic recipes in old-fashioned German cooking such as: Sauerbraten and Spaetzle, or Bavarian Schweinebraten with Potato-Dumplings, Pancake Soup, Cheese Torte, Butter-Cream Cakes, Ice Coffee, Elderberry Juice Grandmother's Rum Pot, and many more. Most of the recipes include beneficial notes, very important for the success of a perfect meal. In addition, German Home Cooking contains true short stories following some recipes such as gleaning wheat, the elderberry juice on a fresh painted ceiling, the celebration of Mother's birthday and Mother's Day, a German plane crashing in front of our home, and others. This unique cookbook heralds over 240 recipes, ready to try and enjoy.German Home Cooking is not only a treasure for U.S. travelers who have visited Germany, tasted and raved over some of the German food, but also for readers of German origin; this book may truly become a cherished gift to their family members as a Memoir of the Old Country. Inside, one will also find information about the Munich Octoberfest, Mardi Gras, as well as many little known facts of Germany and living through WW II.
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Born and raised in southern Bavaria, Germany, Mrs. Swaringen grew up in Germany during and after World War II. She received most of her education in Germany and graduated in eleven years. Married in 1959 and moving to the United States the same year, she became a citizen of the United States in 1963. Through the years, Mrs. Swaringen raised her two children and took care of her family during her husband's military career. She traveled extensively in the United States and abroad. Her main hobbies are crafts, traveling, cooking and writing. She has just finished writing her second book Travel & Vacation in Germany on Your Own.
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