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Cooking of Germany (Foods of the World) by Nika Hazelton and Time-Life Books

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  • Bratwurst in sweet-sour sauce (Süss-saure bratwurst)

    • Lindalib on November 08, 2012

      This recipe has a very good and unique flavor. Prep was quick and easy. Used lime juice instead of lemon juice. Definitely a do-again receipe. This dish came out very brown. Adding a green garnish would give it a better appearance. Made recipie again. This time used lemon juice. Also, didn't cook the flour in butter quite as long. Therefore, the dish was not quite as brown. The lemon flavor was very good. Makes enough for 2 people. Definetely need a side dish.

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  • ISBN 10 0809400375
  • ISBN 13 9780809400379
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  • Published Oct 01 1969
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 208
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Time-Life Books
  • Imprint Time-Life Books

Publishers Text

Foods of the World was a popular series of 27 cookbooks published by Time-Life, beginning in 1968 and extending through the early 1970s, that provided a broad survey of many of the world's major cuisines. The individual volumes were written by well-known experts on the various cuisines and included significant contemporary food writers, including Craig Claiborne, Pierre Franey, James Beard, Julia Child, and M.F.K. Fisher, and was overseen by food writer Michael Field who died before the series was complete. The series combined recipes with food-themed travelogues in an attempt to show the cultural context from which each recipe sprang.

Each volume came in two parts -- the main book was a large-format, photograph-heavy hardcover book, while extra recipes were presented in a spiralbound booklet with cover artwork to complement the main book. The individual volumes remain collector's items and are widely available on the secondhand market.



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