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Pecan MandelbrotMandelbrot is a German advent dish which means “almond bread”. However, this updated version replaces almonds with pecans. Just like the biscotti, the baked bread is sliced and baked again until crisp.
Traditional SauerbratenPlan ahead to make Sauerbraten,the classic German recipe – as it takes 2 to 3 days to prepare. First, you brine the recipe, slow cook in a Dutch oven and then serve drizzled with a flavorful gravy. Serve with spaetzle, or buttered noodles and sautéed green beans.
Sweet & Sour Red CabbageIn this healthy festive German inspired side, red cabbage is cooked until crisp-tender and combined with grany smith apples, sweet onion, vinegar, brown sugar and cooked bacon to make a sweet and sour side dish for special occasions.
Schupfnudeln - German Potato FrittersForget the old-fashioned fries and try these traditional German-inspired noodle-like potato strips that kids or adults everyone would love alike. Serve on a special occasion or make a flavorful side for fast weeknight meals.
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: Orthodox Easter Brunch
This year, Eastern Orthodox Easter will be celebrated on Sunday, April 8th. It is the highlight of the Eastern church calendar, which ends the Lenten Fast. Everyone gathers with friends and family for sumptuous feasts, which usually includes a lamb dish. For dessert, Orthodox families share a sweet Paskha bread cake, baked with dyed Easter eggs. Consider some of these easy recipes for an Orthodox Easter brunch.