This extensive book of German cuisine contains hundreds of delicious and authentically traditional recipes, perfect for the home with no frills or fuss.
Originally published in 1916, this classic cookbook was inspired by the author's familial links to Germany and her passion for cooking. For years, this collection of recipes occupied a place in the kitchen of many homes, allowing Americans to recreate the cooking of Germany in a way both delicious and true to tradition. The recipes included range from soups to meat dishes to vegetable staples such as the famous sauerkraut, plus a range of delightful desserts like strudel.
Each recipe lists the ingredients and straightforwardly instructs the reader in preparing a dish, with between one and three paragraphs devoted to each food. While there are no photographs or illustrations of the meals described, this book's greatest merit is the sheer amount of recipes it contains. The reader can be confident of receiving thorough coverage of the most popular and delightful of German savory and sweet foods. Guten appetit