Savoy cabbage stew – Wirsingeintopf

Deutsch This is a recipe from my youth that my mother always cooked. Savoy cabbage with boiled beef and potatoes. At that time, however, she always shot the savoy cabbage through the meat grinder, which had a hint of baby porridge. When I later cooked this myself, I then cut the savoy cabbage with a knife. This requires a strong […]

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Fake slaughter soup – Falsche Metzelsuppe/Wurstsuppe

Deutsch The Metzelsuppe is a waste product in the production of sausages at a home slaughtering and now it is unfortunately often simply spilled away because no one really likes it more (too fat, too disgusting, etc.). In earlier poorer times it was highly populate, just because it was fat. In Hesse and the Palatinate therefore, there was the ancient […]

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Vegetable soup „Across the garden“ – Quer durch den Garten

Deutsch ‚Quer durch den Garten‘ (Across the garden) is a vegetable stew that I know from my two roots, the Palatinate and Hesse. By the geographical proximity to France it is called in the Palatinate also ‚Franzosensuppe‘ French soup. Stews are typically winter dishes but here the seasonal vegetables are garden fresh processed. In the spring are other vegetables processed […]

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Pan cake soup – Flädlesuppe/Fritattensuppe

Deutsch Pan cake soup is mostly a restover dish. When you cook out beef for broth, you’ll always have much more broth, than you need. If you bake pancakes, you’ll always have more than you need. So it’s natural, to bring both together. But it is not harmful to make both fresh. 4 servings Ingredients: 3 tablespoons wheat flour 1 […]

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Halaslé – Hungarian fish soup – Ungarische Fischsuppe

Deutsch This soup I ate the first time at the age of 12 years. A co-worker of my uncle, a Hungarian, has prepared the soup in a cauldron over an open fire in the garden. The whole was then served first the broth as a soup and the fish and potatoes as a main dish. If I remember correctly, there […]

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