Throwback Tuesday Post (TBTP) from 2012: I challenged myself to create a more-or-less authentically traditional American Thanksgiving dinner in my little corner of Bavaria in Germany. I had to find the ingredients then convincingly put everything together. I think I did fairly well, and my Polish friend agreed!
Throwback Tuesday Post (TBTP) from 2014: Ever wonder how to pull off a Thanksgiving dinner in a foreign country? I have done it a few times, and the challenge of finding the right ingredients is a big one. Here is 2014's event. Living in Munich at the time, my husband and I invited some German friends and one Aussie to celebrate this most-American of holidays!
This week I released my latest book, Traditional Old-World Easter-Egg Coloring Techniques - and the Kindle version is FREE until Sunday night! So hurry and get yours before time runs out. In addition, I present information and photos about wonderful Cafe Karibo in Fernandina Beach, Florida. This fun, family-owned restaurant serves up homemade beer and delicious, fresh food.
Some of you have asked for a homemade cranberry sauce recipe after reading my recent Hirschgulasch post. Europeans use lingonberry preserves for such a recipe, but cooks in the US can substitute cranberry sauce if they can’t find the lingonberries.
I have two good cranberry sauce recipes, and both are very easy. However, it can be a
little hard to find 100% cranberry juice (not the cocktail or
concentrate) which one recipe calls for, so here are both of my recipes:
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