Cooking German Food Americans Have Never Heard Of!

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I didn't really think I would ever say this but I miss German food!! And honestly, most Americans will think of Schnitzel and Pretzels when they think of German food but there's SO MUCH MORE!! While Germany isn't necessarily world-renowned for its cuisine like some other countries, the food is delicious and worth knowing. Join me as I spend a WHOLE DAY cooking and eating some yummy German dishes that I bet you most Americans have never heard of!
Hi! I'm Kelly and I am an American who lived in Germany for 18 wonderful months. While I lived abroad before in Turkey and had done quite a bit of traveling beforehand, those 18 months in Germany definitely broadened my perspective of Germany, Europe, and even the US in so many different ways! I wanted to share my perceptions with you guys through DE-vid so that maybe you can gain context to things you've heard about, or learn new information or a different perspective, or maybe this is everything you've heard before and further confirms your world view. No matter what the reason, I hope that you enjoy my videos! Don't forget to subscribe to my channel and turn on notifications so that you always know when I'm posting new content :)
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26 Aug 2018

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Jennifer Brindle
Jennifer Brindle Vor 9 Stunden
These basically look like a square pierogi.
Brit Tryz
Brit Tryz Vor 11 Stunden
I’ve never heard of a “cold dog”. Please make it 😂
Clemens Kindermann
Clemens Kindermann Vor 12 Stunden
You should serve Zwetschkenröster to your Kaiserschmarren - that's the original side dish. Best regards from Vienna!
Pink Cougar
Pink Cougar Vor 16 Stunden
I heard healthy? Compared to standard American diet (SAD short, yes). Unfortunately not healthy enough and I don't blame you, it's misleading on purpose. Dr esselstyn and his hearth healthy studies are very unique, no results alike found with different meals, foods and ingredients aka food groups ;)
patrese993 Vor Tag
There is another dish also called Maultaschen, but it is pastry style and from Bavaria, usually baked with apple slices.
susan anderson
I’m from South Eastern PA what part of PA are you from? My paternal grandfather was born and raised in Germany though I never met him. But that explains my life long curious fir German food etc love your videos
Lukie Skywalker
When my cousin was younger he was a very picky eater (well, he still is) and he was invited to a friend’s house and obviously the mum wanted to make something he liked. She kept asking him „Do you like this? Do you like that?“ and each time the answer was no. Eventually she asked him what he liked and he said: „My three favorite foods are Pancakes, Crépes and Kaiserschmarrn.“ Some would argue they are all the same thing...to him not so much.
Bethlehem Eisenhour
Putting the bread in water is done here in Greece as well.. Ground beef is a good example.
Alex L
Alex L Vor 2 Tage
"eat healthy" in the US xD good luck with that
rose28357 Vor 2 Tage
Kaiserschmarrn has to be cooked like a pancake, then tear the peaces apart with to spoons. Put it back to your pan and roast it with butter and some sugar again. That gives a caramel fast an some crunchiness.
rose28357 Vor 2 Tage
For Kaiserschmarrn side dish peel some Apple and cook them until they fall apart. Add some sugar if the apple a bit sauer and let it cool down to roomtemperature.
rose28357 Vor 2 Tage
Typicaly you use leftover of old bread which is already stone hard. Then you have to soake it to become it soft again. That is the way how we recycle our bread 😎
mamavegana Vor 3 Tage
Schmarrn also means rubbish or nonsense, that someone is talking or thinking up. :^D
Kelly does her thing
thank you! :)
Sue Nuckles
Sue Nuckles Vor 3 Tage
I like to mix fruit juice with carbonated water or 7 UP or Sprite.
Pliny 830
Pliny 830 Vor 3 Tage
Soaking the bread in water (or milk) and then squeezing out the moisture is the way you make American meatloaf as well, Nothing unusual at all. You have to squeeze all the water out of the greens. It's important. Some people make their meat stuffing for ravioli in roughly the same way, just that there's a lot of grated cheese. If you have a standing mixer you can use the dough hook.
peter koller
peter koller Vor 3 Tage
Kaiserschmarren raises nicely and gets really fluffy if you do it very slowly in the oven, not on the stove, and only turn it over at the very end.
Engineering Bear
Engineering Bear Vor 3 Tage
Have you tried beef Gulasch w/o potatoes and carrota and w/ tagliatelle? Also as I know it it needs alot more onions. Of course you do you, just throwing ideas. Also it is generally said (and I can confirm this) that Gulasch is even better warmed up on the next day.
Engineering Bear
Engineering Bear Vor 3 Tage
There is a story in Austria about the origin of Kaiserschmarrn, saying that the Kaiser's cook once wanted to make pancakes, which are usually skinny in Austria, but unfortunately they turned out to become fluffy while cooking. The cook decided to cut it into chunks as soon as it wasn't liquid anymore, so that the Kaiser didn't have to cope with that big fluffy dough, and he served it with apple mouse, because he feared it may become to dry. As he brought it to the Kaiser, he apologized that the pancakes are not what they usually are, and the Kaiser said: 'Geh gib halt her den Schmarrn.' which literally translates to 'Nevermind, just give me that mess.' He liked it and they started making it regularly and calling it Kaiserschmarrn.
Baccatube79 Vor 4 Tage
Also, the Maultaschen will look nicer and the edges will be sealed better if you rub some eggyolk on them before folding them together and afterwards you press them together with the pins of a fork.
Baccatube79 Vor 4 Tage
Fresh bread is way too moist. You need to take bread that has been sitting exposed to dry air about a week, then soak, squeeze and crumble it.
Marla Jacques
Marla Jacques Vor 4 Tage
I miss the amazing vegan food in Germany! 💚
Tim Forest
Tim Forest Vor 5 Tage
Love your channel Kelly. I was stationed in Frankfurt from 1984 to 1988 and fell in love with German food. My favorite is Jaegerschnitzel with the brown mushroom gravy that was served with a small spinach and lettuce salad. Great video and I'm going to try your recipe. It looks delicious. Incidentally, I also became addicted to German coffee and found my favorite Jacobs Kronung from Amazon.
Plataforma 23
Plataforma 23 Vor 5 Tage
Hi Kelly how are you doing I’m from Brazil and I found your channel kind of by chance Nice content by the way Your vibe is very good So I learning English by my way and it’s kind of videos helps me a lot Thanks
Ruby Tuesday
Ruby Tuesday Vor 6 Tage
Your Kaiserschmarrn looks perfekt :) That's exactly how my mother teached me to make it :) And the flipping almost never works, but thats the Kaiserschmarrn-Style. My favorite Austrian Food is Schnitzel with Potatosalad, Cranberry-jam and Lemon and for the dessert Appleswirl with Vanillasauce. Greetings from Vienna :D
Michel Roerig
Michel Roerig Vor 7 Tage
Wow Kelly, regarding your cooking, you are almost half german. Amazing !!! I live in the nothern of Hesse (center of Germany). We love our "Ahle Wurscht" (sausage which is durable for a very long time) and is a sort of salami (but better). You can order it by internet for example at www.landfleischerei-koch.de/ www.feinkost-rohde.de/ www.fleischerei-muehlhausen.de/?gclid=CjwKCAiA5qTfBRAoEiwAwQy-6VD0v9sFwElAnVdqsAsg_ojJuYBQLS-flIwcxGVsYNFaS-cogzksihoCQigQAvD_BwE
Michel Roerig
Michel Roerig Vor 7 Tage
I recommend to put the bread into milk and not into water.
Christopher Fritz
Whole Foods is one of the most expensive stores to shop. Farmers’ markets are a less expensive way to get fresh veg/dairy/eggs.
Kadniss Everdeen
Kadniss Everdeen Vor 8 Tage
the Kaiserschmarn is austrian food!!!!!!
John Pennell
John Pennell Vor 8 Tage
Keep up the wonderful videos. I recently began watching them.
Patrick Gautschi
Patrick Gautschi Vor 8 Tage
Maultaschen = Herrgottsbescheißerle which means 'cheating god' your version is more vegetaran but the classical is mainly meat paste called 'Brät'. There you don't need the bread. In the old days your were not allowed to eat meat on Fridays. Hence the Swabians hid the meat paste in the pasta dough. It therefore very popular having Maultaschen on Fridays. The wet old bread used in dumplings is to glue it and to keep it fluffy.
evoXpress fo real forreal
what I miss about German foods is the butter pretzel I ate for school every morning. ... the German milka schokolade the curry wurst street food... and waldmeister jello..
SpeckTakel Vor 8 Tage
Oh my gosh gurl you know when you said you were going to make Spetzle I gave up all my hope. I was like okay she is not going to make it. This is going to be a Desaster. I know how hard it was for me to start cooking Spetzle. But when you pulled out the Spetzlereibe or Spetzle-maker or whatsoever and told us that your mom made Spetzle I got my hope for this project back. I am very proud of you.
SpeckTakel Vor 8 Tage
Schmarrn is also a synonym for humbug or a joke or something. It took me as a kid a while to understand that Kaiserschmarrn isn't some sort of funny historical reference 😄
GaLuXee Me
GaLuXee Me Vor 10 Tage
Rustic bread? That looks hardly more rustic than the regular white sandwich stuff that you call bread in America 😂 There, *rustic bread* : goo.gl/images/k4foAe
florence fiancée
florence fiancée Vor 10 Tage
A winebottle is a better substitute than the can ;D.
helfgott david
helfgott david Vor 10 Tage
Dear Kelly I certainly do understand your confusion about what we eat in germany. Now here is someting NOT everyone likes. Its a result of the hunger years after the war and i was eating it with my beloved grandfather as a child and nobody likes it but me.I LOVE IT Some Pumpernickel bread, butter, slices of blutwurst( i was trying to find the english word for it) onions,real hot mustard, like Löwensenf( Not the babypoo they call mustard in the us), and some Maggie sauce. That my grandpa called it: Beamtenschnitzel. AND he made sure we had an apple every day I know ........but i could kill for it, YES we germans are STRANGE:):):) Please forgive me , english is not my native language
Alexis W.
Alexis W. Vor 11 Tage
Ich bin Deutsche und habe mein ganzes Leben in Deutschland gelebt. Zu 90% esse ich am Morgen süße Aufstriche (Marmelade oder Nutella) auf mein Brot oder Brötchen . Selten Wurst oder Käse, das gibts eher abends. Ich würde NIE saure Gurken oder Paprika zum Frühstück essen und habe das auch noch nie jmd. morgends essen sehen. Das gibts nur abends bei uns.
Alexis W.
Alexis W. Vor 10 Tage
+EileenHuebner Ich habe absolut Nichts verallgemeinert, sondern geschrieben was ICH und die Menschen mit denen ich schon gefrühstückt habe essen. Ess doch was du willst, hält dich doch keiner von ab.
EileenHuebner Vor 10 Tage
Wie viele wollen es denn noch schreiben? Nur weil du so dein Frühstück isst, heißt das doch noch lange nicht, dass das jeder so macht! Ich esse meistens herzhaftes zum Frühstück weil ich nicht schon morgens so viel Zucker essen möchte. Und ich kennen VIELE Leute die Essiggurken zum Frühstück essen bzw ich würde nie auf die Idee kommen ein Wurstbrot ohne Tomate, Gurke, Paprika und co zu essen. Also bitte nicht immer alles verallgemeinern.
JJekof214 Vor 11 Tage
A little history or myth of how Maultaschen, also called "Gottesbescheiserle" (God-foolers) came to be. OK, it dates back to medieval times ... A monastry got some good meat as a payment from a local farmer during the Lenten season. The monks were not allowed to eat it during that time, but did not want to wast the good meat. So they cut the meat in so small pieces mix it with vegetables wrapped around dough and serve it in soup, so God will not notice that they eat beaf, when they should not do. This is also why they brew beer. Trinken bricht das Fasten nicht. Drinking does not break the lenten fast. :-) Clever monks ....
Maxwell Edison
Maxwell Edison Vor 12 Tage
Great series, but one small suggestion. Quit saying Germany over and over again. We know which country you're talking about, you don't need to drum it into us. Instead, after the first couple of times, try switching to using phrases like "over there" or "the area I was living in." We'll know where you mean.
Lee Vor 12 Tage
Unless you actually live in Swabia, I don't think any German has ever made Maultaschen. You just buy them at the Supermarket.
claudekennie Vor 6 Tage
Ich mache Maultaschen selber weil ich wissen möchte was enthalten ist. Das was man im Supermarkt bekommt hat eine undefinierbare Füllung die ich nicht essen möchte. und wenn man es genau nimmt sind Maultaschen nichts anderes wie zB. Ravioli, Cannelloni, Cappelletti oder Tortellini.
B Kessler
B Kessler Vor 14 Tage
Recipes would be cool-the last one looked good...just found your channel; my husband’s family is really into their German culture. I see you moved back to the states. I wished we were closer to the Amish where I live here, but most are a few hours away-at least where they sell most stuff. I crave cake, too! Luckily, they have a cupcake place that serves salads & other foods as their extra, cafe style by me ( cupcakes are the main thing, but they are pretty large). Thanks! What store does the bread freshly sliced? I haven’t seen that here that I have noticed?
nox5555 Vor 5 Tage
most german food is made from basic stuff you can find everywhere. so you dont need to go to those swiss heretics to buy stuff. if you wanna get some bonus points from your husbands family, try a goose for christmas or invite them all to a round of kale stew in the cold winter.
Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone Vor 15 Tage
I like your analytics. But the videos are a bit long. 5 minute bites might be better.
minot60 Vor 16 Tage
I really enjoy your videos. I spent a total of 7 years as first a small air Force dependent and later 2 tours active army and enjoy your American view of a wonderful country
palomdude Vor 21 Tag
I'm American and that breakfast was more like a lunch for me. The coffee and cake with strawberries is what we would have for breakfast. I could not see me eating cold cuts and pickles for breakfast. It is too early in the morning to eat something as intense as pickles for breakfast. Also I am different than most Americans as I don't enjoy cold cuts, even for lunch.
Kelly does her thing
i felt the exact same way as you but i ended up getting hooked haha now i love eating vegetables and cold cuts for breakfast, and dislike eating super sweet stuff so early in the day
moony0205 Vor 23 Tage
A nice try Kelley, but let me say it as non offending for an American, who didn't understand our culture, although living here... A good healthy breakfast isn't a German thing, maultaschen have so many different makings and flavors in it like Americans probably can't imagine, kaiserschmarrn isn't even a German thing although many germans like it. I didn't watch all of your video but I know that I can come back to my words from another vlog, you just didn't live the German lifestyle, I am sorry to tell you, but other people, like Mandy did and do that. That is why some germans with the experience like you say Americans are dumb. You need to open up way more for the rest of the world, we have idiots too, at least some, but even the many educated people here are wondering about that narrow thinking. I did and still do research on that topic, but you can't demand that for the rest of the world. I know that sounds hard for you like many other comments you probably didn't wanna answer... But I know there are some good open minded Americans out there who are questioning those comments, and I really love them, because they wanna open up their lil mindset.
Thomas Huth
Thomas Huth Vor 23 Tage
Imho this young woman does a great job. She is without prejudice, doesn’t exaggerate anything, she’s a real bridge builder. I like her and what she does.
Kelly does her thing
Thanks Thomas! :)
moony0205 Vor 23 Tage
Was that a reference to your people that America isn't the whole world? I laughed so hard and thought about the map I have seen years ago from how Americans see the rest of the world... 10% of the globe, too funny 😂 btw, I experienced some coffee from the streets and also brands myself but I say you can't even get close to good coffee in the US, okay, there will be some local shops so who are able to make a good one, even on a lower price than that Starbucks sugar drinks (coffees). Believe me, I am not proud of that...
Jackeline Currie Rubio
Aldi usually carries German coffee
Racer Vor 27 Tage
Mit diesem Gerät das du hast machst du Knöpfle (das ist in Baden üblich) und keine Spätzle (Schwaben). Richtige Spätzle schabt man vom Brett und das geht auch mit einem Messer, dazu gibts Videos auf youtube. Für die einfache Version von Spätzle nimmt man eine Spätzlepresse - diese Spätzle nennt man aber dann zu Recht auch Fauleweiber-Spätzle und jeder echte Schwabe rät davon ab ;-)
0001010a Vor 29 Tage
Nice !
Kelly does her thing
Tamara Kaddatz
Tamara Kaddatz Vor Monat
My German grandma made pork. Chops with red cabbage sweetened with sliced apples, served with fingerlings or small red potatoes with butter and parsley. Occasionally there would be fave beans with bacon. Not sure if it's a true German dish or Americanized.
EileenHuebner Vor 10 Tage
I can tell you that red cabbage with apple is very common in the south of Germany
Gabor Nemes
Gabor Nemes Vor Monat
Oh yes and there is no potatoes in goulasch. Potatoes can be a side dish along with instead of spetzle if you want ^^
Gabor Nemes
Gabor Nemes Vor Monat
As a Hungarian born, goulasch is not exactly what you made even tough it looks good. Hungarian goulasch is made with paprika instead of red wine. What you made is more like a kind of French bourguignon, than goulasch. Next time use some good paprika, I’m sure you can find Hungarian paprika in the USA, there are lots of Hungarian stuff there. The spetzle ( nokedli in Hungarian ) is totes well done, such as my mom would do ^^
ger du
ger du Vor 20 Tage
You definitely can. I managed to do it in Texas.
Gabor Nemes
Gabor Nemes Vor Monat
Well it might be more expensive than In Germany but food is still cheaper in the US than in France ..
Deb Ketelsen
Deb Ketelsen Vor Monat
Soaking the bread is called a panade it helps keep the meat tender and jucier. You did a great job of Improvising Those look a lot like the Czech perogis You can stuff them with mashed potatoes and cottage cheese or onions and almost anything you have on hand.
Kelly does her thing
thanks! :) and now you've made me hungry for some perogis. that sounds so good right now!
Debi Brady
Debi Brady Vor Monat
I used to work at M and 20th...not too far from your location! The area is super-expensive, but convenient if you work nearby. Have you discovered Trader Joes? They have Aldi's in the Maryland suburbs...you might look them up, they have a lot of German foods since they originated there. I used to go to Aldi's when I lived there too.
IceNixie0102 Vor Monat
Carbonated water - go to whatever aisle at the store has mixers and flavored carbonated water (La Croix etc). There should be a section with large, one and two liter bottles of seltzer water, usually schwepps and similar brands. I swear it's there.
Tracey Dunlap
Tracey Dunlap Vor Monat
Great Video
Kelly does her thing
thank you!!
Charlotte Geißler
One hint for the Maultaschen: It's easier to get them closed by lifting the dough from both sides. Basically you put the filling on the dough, then you lift one side on it, so it lies on top, then you take the other side and put it on top of the other dough, that way it is properly sealed from these sides. It also helps to use some cold water: The noodel dough usually sticks easily if you use water on it, so you can practically "glue" the dough together, so that the Maultaschen are well closed
Não Consigo Pensar Em Um Nome
The best german food is german tourists
wolfi e
wolfi e Vor Monat
i think you are a very good cook! as an austrian, this is too much work for me..
Mdme Ohlala
Mdme Ohlala Vor Monat
1:47 so that's odd . Blackforest ham is quiet different . What you got there is cooked ham (Kochschinken). Real blackforest ham is RAW and smoked .
majemeryn Vor Monat
I'm American (and vegan). I have never liked sweet or junk food breakfasts. I prefer to eat whatever savory food I have on hand. So, a sandwich makes perfect sense! 😊
nachname Vor Monat
nobody cares that you're vegan...
Ernst van Loon
Ernst van Loon Vor Monat
If anything, I'd soak the bread in stock/bouillon instead of water. Just to add a little more taste...
eni1973 Vor Monat
jetzt bin ich hungrig
Tessa! Vor Monat
Hi Kelly, I love your videos! Keep on the great work, you really put a lot of effort in making your videos! I like to see you make more recipes and hear you speak German! 🙃
Tessa! Vor Monat
I would definately like to to see such a video! I think it’s brave to speak a foreign language. I’m Dutch myself and learned German at school, but I live 5km from the German border. From experience I know how difficult it is to speak German.
Kelly does her thing
thank you!! i'm thinking about doing a video where i talk about my experience with speaking German and who knows, maybe i will incorporate it a little more in my videos :)
Sarah Girard
Sarah Girard Vor Monat
Awesome job Kelly. Loved the video. Makes me want to make maultaschen!!!
Kelly does her thing
thank you!! :)
D M.
D M. Vor Monat
Guten Appetit, Kelly !
Kelly does her thing
Vielen dank!
Patchouli von Darnassus
gimme all of those Maultaschen NOW!
Kelly does her thing
lol! it was really good
Maurice S.
Maurice S. Vor 2 Monate
U have to eat a Mettbrötchen xd and what about sparkling water? :o
AkubraBromptonGirl Vor 2 Monate
you pronounce it "App fell sure la" xoxo and Cafe und KUU h KEN
Karl R.
Karl R. Vor 2 Monate
As Kaiserschmarrn is an austrian dish (kind of mentioned in the clip), you should soak the raisins in "Inländer Rum". But no chance to import that to the US - it's 80% proof :-). While the name Gulyas (correct spelling!) is originally hungarian, it has nothing to do with the austrian or german variations of the dish. The watered bread in ground meat is to make it less tense, kind of fluffy. But the bread should be dried first - good use for leftover slices from last week.
MRS Fluffikins
MRS Fluffikins Vor 2 Monate
great you lived here 18 months and think you know enough about germans.. i think not go back and stay a few years!​
Michael Tetzner
Michael Tetzner Vor 2 Monate
next time, MUCH less talk, and more cooking, please
Bilbo Beutlin
Bilbo Beutlin Vor 2 Monate
You try to use the German Tool call es " Nudelholz "
yendak Vor 2 Monate
Have you ever tried "Sauerbraten"?
gerd ehnes
gerd ehnes Vor 2 Monate
Sowas hatte ich heute auch zum Frühstück. Ich hatte aber noch eine Butter Brezel zum Frühstück XD
Bernhard Edinger
Bernhard Edinger Vor 2 Monate
I'm glad you like German food and admire you for attempting some of the dishes. but Goulash has no vegetables besides onions, you made a stew. Since you lived in Mainz my challenge to you would be a video making Saumagen the most Pfälzer dish, Good luck
Abe Lincoln
Abe Lincoln Vor 2 Monate
You understand the majority of the population can't afford organic???
Kelly does her thing
That’s pretty much the point I’m trying to make. To Americans, they’re probably watching this thinking “whoa she went to Whole Foods? The average American can’t afford that” when that’s often the quality of food that Germans have as their bottom line standard. We pay sooooo much more for food than Germans do when you match up the quality.
Floro Vor 2 Monate
I was waiting for Eisbein und Sauerkraut!
Lukas S
Lukas S Vor 2 Monate
Love that her breakfast was exactly my dinner today :D breakfast and dinner are quite alike in germany :)
degu 13
degu 13 Vor 2 Monate
I live in germany
Jacek Grzelakowski
Jacek Grzelakowski Vor 2 Monate
Hey Kelly,I strongly recommend you trying polish cuisine if you haven’t done it yet . I’ve been a cooking and food lover since I moved to Canada 29 years ago trying and enjoying foods from all over the world. I love your enthusiasm for cooking
Pat Garvey
Pat Garvey Vor 2 Monate
lose the valley girl speak.
Wolfgang Watzl
Wolfgang Watzl Vor 2 Monate
Sorry to say, but this kind of "Gulasch" is NO Gulasch. Can be tasty of couse, but it is something different. But your Kaiserschmarrn was pretty similar to the original Austrian version.
minot60 Vor 16 Tage
Every damn recipe I see for gulasch has someone saying NO we don't make it like that. Same for Louisiana gumbo recipes. Both these dishes are cooked with family/individual preferences. If I get served a soup/stew with pepper/beef/paprika base, I'm calling it gulasch and hoping there's some good bread around.
Kevin Byrne
Kevin Byrne Vor 2 Monate
8:19 -- mixing chunks of wet bread with minced/ground meat is the standard way to make meatloaf.
Leo Hale
Leo Hale Vor 2 Monate
Very nice video. I lived in Nor Deutschland in Osterholz-Scharmbeck which is the town the Lucius D Clay Kaserne uses for housing. The food obviously was slightly different being closer to the North Sea. I remember having goulash at my friends home and they made it like a normal stew only without potatoes, then the potatoes where fried and the goulash poured over top on each plate. Similar to how you used the spaetzle. My favorite dish in Germany was Jorgen Schnitzel.
EileenHuebner Vor 10 Tage
I think you mean Jäger Schnitzel (Jäger= hunter)
chad johnson
chad johnson Vor 2 Monate
Interesting mix of dishes, I am more familiar with northern foods. May have to hit a store and make something :). Just a side note if you are comparing prices, the store she was at is known for being on the really high side compared to other US store prices.
andyk293 Vor 2 Monate
I get so hungry just watching this video. Maybe i should visit my mom for dinner
John Smith009
John Smith009 Vor 2 Monate
My Mother is an Uzbek-born Jew, they have a Traditional A dish that's very similar to Mälltaschen, I just texted her to Try the German version...
Martina McAvoy
Martina McAvoy Vor 2 Monate
the Bread is used as a binder same as you use Breadcrumbs over here.
JP dJ Vor 2 Monate
Kelly should receive a medal of honour for trying to buy reasonably healthy real food instead of eating out fast food. No matter differences in recipes between regions and/or families.
Maja Rohde
Maja Rohde Vor 2 Monate
You remind me so much of the sister of Rafael in Jane the Virgin xD
rpp academic
rpp academic Vor 2 Monate
...nearly all the videos about food in Germany are typical for the south of Germany. You should learn about the original "Oldenburger Kohl und Pinkel" from Lower Saxony.
Korgo Vor 2 Monate
Nice video! Pro tip: Don't put the raisins into the bowl instead pour the dough into the pan and after a short while sprinkle the raisins on top before ripping it.
sepp seppelmann
sepp seppelmann Vor 2 Monate
In germany the germans eat only döner and mc donalds. When you want to eat maultaschen (mouthpockets) only perverts in bavaria use to eat. I like to eat wurstebrei, thats food we prepare from our killed enemies.
Michael Hölzl
Michael Hölzl Vor 2 Monate
Alle die sich jetzt beschweren, Kaiserschmarn ist aus Österreich oder so habe ich das noch nie gegessen... Sie hat nie gesagt, das es typisch Deutsches essen ist, sondern einfach das was Sie in Deutschland kennengelernt hat. Selbst wenn Sie noch nie in Ihren Leben Sushi gegessen hätte, sondern es das erste mal in Deutschland gegessen hätte. Dann wäre es doch auch in Ordnung wenn Sie es sich zuhause in der USA nach macht und sagt, Sushi kennt sie aus ihrer Zeit aus Deutschland. Hoffe man versteht was ich meine.
nox5555 Vor 5 Tage
+Martin P Schwedisch ist näher an der deutschen Sprache als das was die Schweizer sprechen.
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Michael Hölzl drink Deutsch just night so gut bist du win deutscher
Patrick Waters
Patrick Waters Vor 12 Tage
I appreciate your input. Had to put it thru Google translate Thanks
schoko regenbogen
schoko regenbogen Vor 15 Tage
Es ist ursprünglich zwar österreichisch, aber grade zwischen Österreich und Bayern sind kulinarische Grenzen eher fließend.
Martin P
Martin P Vor 21 Tag
Fuer viele Amis gehoert auch Schweden zu Deutschland. Viele verwechseln ueberdies Schweden mit der Schweiz.....es ist ja aļles so klein. Dass zwischen Zuerich und Stockholm mehr als 2000 km liegen .....ist "No big deal" for most of them 😃
newfan4 Vor 2 Monate
You are really a sweetheart! ♥
Tom Stoker
Tom Stoker Vor 2 Monate
You talk too much
Kelly does her thing
Kinda the point of my channel bro
Alexander Röth
Alexander Röth Vor 2 Monate
Don´t be to shy about your cooking..gulasch is tried by alot of american restaurants and it does not fit the good one and the taste in any way..so if you manage to do it its very good :)
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