German Meals at Oma's

German Meals at Oma's
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Publisher : Page Street Publishing
Total Pages : 192
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ISBN-13 : 9781624146244
ISBN-10 : 1624146244
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Book Synopsis German Meals at Oma's by : Gerhild Fulson

Download or read book German Meals at Oma's written by Gerhild Fulson and published by Page Street Publishing. This book was released on 2018-11-13 with total page 192 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Re-Create Oma's Favorite Authentic German Recipes Right in Your Own Kitchen Whip up traditional German meals just like Oma used to make! Gerhild Fulson, founder of the blog Just Like Oma, was born in Germany and learned how to make delicious meals by her mother's side. After years of perfecting her recipes, Gerhild has created this incredible collection that covers well-known dishes from Berlin to Hamburg—and everywhere in between. Recipes like Sauerkraut and Bratwurst, Beef and Onions, Schnitzel with Mushroom Sauce, Lamb Stew, Potato Dumplings and Corned Beef Hash are just a few of the comforting dishes you can make in no time. With easy-to-follow recipes, beautiful photos and helpful tips throughout, you’ll feel like you’re cooking with Oma right by your side. Whether you’re in the mood for the heartwarming dishes of your childhood or you simply want to try tasty dishes from a new cuisine, Gerhild makes it easy for you to take classic German recipes from her family’s table to yours.


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