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German Christmas Food Traditions – German Christmas Dinner Menu

Food mentioned in the video:
⇛ Würstchen mit Kartoffelsalat – Potato Salad with sausages
⇛ Gans oder Ente – Goose or Duck Roast
⇛ Raclette
⇛ Fondue – Brühe, Fett oder Käse
⇛ Schmorbraten – Pot Roast
⇛ Wildfleisch – Rehgeschnetzeltes – Wild meat
⇛ Karpfen – Carp

⇛ Kartoffelklöße – Potato Dumplings
⇛ Spätzle – German Egg Noodles
⇛ Rotkohl – Red Cabbage
⇛ Rosenkohl – Brussel Sprouts

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  1. As I have said in the past, my high school Baking instructor was from Bonn. We never had a "traditional" dinner. It centered around the kids preferences. What was a tradition and still is, is that I bake loads of cookies and stash them in tins. My favorite baked treat is Stollen baked for Christmas morning. I realize that I could bake it anytime of the year but it is Christmas for me. I love it with the center filled with marzipan. Greetings from Idaho!

  2. I usually do stuffed turkey or ham with mashed potatoes and gravy and dinner rolls and another vegetable side dish. Cheesecake for dessert. But this year, due to health issues I will probably be eating just fish and vegetables (no carp as I am intolerant to it). My dad used to talk about his German grandmother and her Christmas goose dinner. Stuffing recipe from my dad's side has apples, raisins, celery and cinnamon, while the one from my mom's side has oysters, onions, celery and poultry seasoning. Both my parents have a lot of German ancestors, but both families have been in the USA for over 7 generations.

  3. Wow that looks so good. Love your potatoes salad. I made your chocolate recipe. And strawberry and banana chocolate recipe my kids love the strawberry and banana. Thank you for sharing your recipe. I am going to try more of your recipes. Turkey my family loves it for Christmas dinner.

  4. I’m from the US but currently living in Luxembourg with my British partner. We have a combined tradition where I get to have my traditional southwestern American dressing and he gets his roasted potatoes. Typically we have a turkey but back home we were able to do a nice prime rib a few times and it was great. Lots of good things to go with and in my family we always had some type of a fruit salad with a heavy meal and was told by my grandmother that this was to help digestion.

    Thank you for the great video and all of the food types. As I’m now living in this part of the world I’m interested in trying all of these different things.

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