Gulou Yuk (Cantonese Sweet and Sour Pork) (3 of 3)

#FoodieExtravaganza Pork: Gulou Yuk (Cantonese Sweet and Sour Pork)

Foodie Extravaganza is where bloggers come together and celebrate food holidays. Did you know there is at least one food… Continue reading »

Welsh Rarebit (2 of 2)

Welsh Rarebit (Welsh Cheese Toast) and the Fredericksburg Welsh Festival

We had a busy weekend in downtown Fredericksburg, VA last month! My dad attends classes at the LibertyTown Arts Workshop and the… Continue reading »

Gâteau aux Noix (French Walnut Cake)

My Paris Market Cookbook Review and Gâteau aux Noix (French Walnut Cake)

My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes, written by Emily Dilling, is a Parisian-based… Continue reading »

Scotch Griddle Cakes (1 of 3)

Secret Recipe Club: Scotch Pancakes

Time for another Secret Recipe Club! For those who haven’t seen my previous Secret Recipe Club posts, this club includes a group… Continue reading »

Sweet Potato Buttermilk Biscuits

#SundaySupper Fall Flavors: Sweet Potato Buttermilk Biscuits

Today is my first post for the Sunday Supper Movement! My friend, Lauren of Sew You Think You Can Cook, has… Continue reading »

Brezensalat (German Pretzel Salad)

Brezensalat (German Pretzel Salad)

While pretzels rarely have a chance to go stale in our house, Brezensalat is a delicious way to use them… Continue reading »

Butterkuchen (5 of 5)

A Jewish Baker’s Pastry Secrets Cookbook Review and Butterkuchen (German Butter Cake)

A Jewish Baker’s Pastry Secrets is the second cookbook from George Greenstein. He worked on it for 15 years. Unfortunately, it… Continue reading »

Spaghetti Eis (German Spaghetti Ice Cream)

Spaghetti Eis (German Spaghetti Ice Cream)

When I was younger, some of my favorite memories of Germany included the ice cream (particularly in the summer with… Continue reading »

Egg Noodles with Bratwurst and Beer Mustard Sauce

Egg Noodles with Bratwurst and Beer Mustard Sauce

I’m starting this week of German recipes with one that is not actually German, but includes a lot of flavors… Continue reading »


Beyond Bratwurst Review and Oktoberfest Round-Up

The beginning of Oktoberfest started on Saturday (the 19th) and lasts through October 4th. Morning sickness got in the way of checking out the… Continue reading »