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    Thank you Bing Translator for telling me what everyone is saying who is speaking German...

    German, ladies? Really? I was worried there was a top secret conversation going on and I was missing out.

    I do like the roasted curried cauliflower recipe. I will have to try it! I found a roasted cauliflower recipe online one day that coated the cauli in olive oil and some garlic, roast, add fresh spices, roast again, then add shredded parmesan. It was good. Plan to make it again.
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    Zwiebelkuchen:
    Slice your onions, and slow-saute them until golden in the fat of your choice. Don't be stingy with it, lots of fat!
    Let cool.
    Meanwhile, cut your bacon into squares, and cook for a few minutes. It should still be chewy, but some of the fat should be coming out.
    Into your cooled onions, mix: eggs(2 per each onion you used) and sour cream(about 2T per onion used). Toss in some salt and pepper, then pour into a casserole dish of the appropriate size so that the mixture is about 1 1/2- 2" deep.
    Top with the bacon squares. There should be a little space between the bacon, but not much- you want to cover the top!
    Bake at 350 for about 35 minutes, until firm. The bacon will have shrunk up, and any stray fat on the surface of the zwiebelkuchen will be simmering and spitting.
    Let cool. Serve slightly warm or at room temperature.

    I use yellow or red onions.

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    That sounds really good.
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    Thanks Sabine. Sounds wonderful.

    Jenn, sorry, but it happens so incredibly seldom that I run into people who actually speak German. Mine has almost rusted out from disuse.

    *sings joyfully "Ich hab' mein Herz in Heidelberg verloooooooooren"*

    In that vein, check YouTube for the Andrea Bocelli/Judy Weiss duet in German and Italian. Wonderful stuff, even if you don't understand a word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn26point2 View Post
    I do like the roasted curried cauliflower recipe. I will have to try it! I found a roasted cauliflower recipe online one day that coated the cauli in olive oil and some garlic, roast, add fresh spices, roast again, then add shredded parmesan. It was good. Plan to make it again.
    Ah, nice to have several options. Thanks.
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    Everything is always my fault:-):-):-)

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    German notes

    I am the daughter of immigrants, who came to America via Canada. I was conceived in Winnipeg, but born in San Francisco, a city my father fell in love with during his time as a sailor. It was walking through the streets of San Francisco that decided him to emigrate to America.

    German was my first language, though I learned English just a little bit afterwards. When I went to kindergarten, however, I was teased for not speaking English 'properly'. I came home and informed my parents I was NEVER speaking German again.

    I did relent, and took German in high school. With typical teenage arrogance however, I assumed I knew it all, and didn't really pay attention. So, my grammar is at about the level of a five-year old.

    When my children are out of the house, I would like to go back to school and learn German, properly. Littlest takes German now, and I am following along with her a bit. I can carry a conversation, as long as you are not too fussy about about the right word endings and cases. My relatives graciously insist my German is better than their English, so I do get a little practice in speaking it, but I know I sound pretty pathetic. But I plod along. I can make myself understood, and that's enough for now.

    And if we're going to be singing:
    "In Hamburg sind die Naechte lang.
    Wird Rock-musik, und Jazz gesung.
    Hamburg ist mal wieder in!
    Wie gut das ich aus Hamburg bin!"

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    Heartburn's silver lining

    When I was suffering from heartburn back in my SAD days, I got into the habit of no snacks after dinner. Laying down soon after eating was just not a good idea, and though I had years of habit against me, I managed to learn not to eat in the evenings. Stabbing pain is such a good motivator.

    It popped into my head this afternoon, that I no longer get up and wander into the kitchen, looking for a little something in the evenings. I just never think of it. Part of that is a lack of sugar cravings, but part, too, is I broke the habit. When I get antsy in the evening, I look around for something to do, not to chew.

    Thank you, Heartburn, for your part in this. You were not my most popular teacher, but your lessons have been invaluable.

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    My mother's family were German immigrants from Prussia to Wisconsin in the 1860's. I would love to learn. There is a cousin in Germany who has done a lot of family history. I sometimes use a translation program to e mail him. I'm sure he gets a good laugh.
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