Frikadellen (German Meatballs) πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

The great thing about German cuisine is that it is very meat based (of course with lots of carbs to go along πŸ˜…) but the meat dishes can be modified to fit our way of eating, which always gives us a piece of home 😍 We’ve already shared Schnitzel, Gulasch and Roulades so be sureContinue reading “Frikadellen (German Meatballs) πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ”

Sunday Pork Roast 🐷

We still have vivid memories of lunches with family in Germany, usually involving enough food to feed an army (my grandma loves to cook)! In addition to the meat dish, she would make countless potato and vegetable sides and always 2-3 different cakes and pies for desert including her famous Apfelriemchenkuchen (a yeast apple sauceContinue reading “Sunday Pork Roast 🐷”

Easy German Style Chuck Roast πŸ₯©

If you’re a beef lover like us, I’m sure you’ve had many types of roasted beef in your life. Maybe you’ve even tried my moms famous roast tenderloin πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ³ Today, I’m sharing another family favorite which is a chuck roast, prepared the German way πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ When my parents were growing up, it was not uncommonContinue reading “Easy German Style Chuck Roast πŸ₯©”

Coconut Cream Chicken β€œGeschnetzeltes” πŸ”

As a little girl, Chicken β€œgeschnetzeltes” (diced chicken breast in a heavy whipping cream sauce with spices) was a stable week night family meal πŸ₯˜ and this meal still is still a nourishing fat fueled dish if you can tolerate dairy. Since I now only eat butter and ghee (heavy cream still has trace amountsContinue reading “Coconut Cream Chicken β€œGeschnetzeltes” πŸ””

German Style Roulades

Today I’d love to share a German Comfort Food called Rouladen which can be easily modified to accompany our #primalgenic diet πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ– To make our Roulades to serve 2-3 people in you need:1 lb flank steak (we used @uswellnessmeats)Bacon to your liking (we love @butcher_box bacon because it is a heirloom and sugar free variety)Onion,Continue reading “German Style Roulades”