My German Heritage (13th Century dish)

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  1. Thank you, Surprisingly I speak and read a little German which helped me a little with this article. I honestly went with both the original recipe in German and the English translation so everyone did’t get confused by what was written. German is actually pretty hard to understand and I know that first hand from my Step Dad because he spoke German to me quite a bit when I was growing up and I didn’t understand until I went and bought a German to English dictionary one day and figured out what he was saying. Looking back now it’s pretty funny because all he was every saying was wise cracks and asking me to do things.

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