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Item: Spanferkel
Date: June 28, 2017
Location: Bavaria Brauhaus, Glasgow, Scotland

(Photo taken by friend) Spanferkel – pork belly cooked low’n’slow in cider and herbs with creamed cabbage, black pudding, crispy pork crackling, and apple sauce. 10 more words


The German-Jewish Cookbook will be published on September 5th!

We realize we’ve been absent from these parts for quite a few months…it turns out that the many (many!) steps of writing a book take a  123 more words

German-Jewish Food

The Case of the Missing Article

The Case of the Missing Article by E. Stanley, the Gardener.

“In the days before the arrival of the cicadas, the frogs and the dreadnoughts, in the land of the dead, the gardener tended the garden green. 366 more words


Die schreckliche Englische Sprache

N.B. I have not yet inserted a translation plug-in.

Why not, Bill?

I don’t want to crash this blog by pasting html code improperly.

Kommen wir gleich zur Sache — die Wikinger emigrierten von Sachsen nach England im Jahre 793, und sie hatten mit den eroberten Frauen und den zukünftigen Kindern sprechen wollen. 246 more words


Those Effing German Endings

Useful foreign-language texts are good to find — I recommend library discard sales, where you can find great stuff for 50 cents or less. You can buy 300 of these for the price of a  746 more words


Read by Number or Color by Number?

Before nano-processors in your pocket did all the memorizing for you, back in 1974, a fad whispered and died before anyone knew it existed — memorizing numbers for profit and fun. 415 more words


Update on The German-Jewish Cookbook

We have posted a lot of silence here since last spring, but that doesn’t mean we’ve been quiet. We’ve actually been quite busy, and a *lot* has happened in that time. 699 more words

German-Jewish Food