Here is a Video of the Cafe that" Arizona Highways Magazine" made
I asked Annette what kind of meals do you sell in the hot summers of Southern Arizona?
She wrote back that her customers even in the heat still want Schnitzel, Rouladen,
and Spaetzle. She said they often make a chilled Wurstsalat ( German sausage Salad)
with potato pancakes or as they say in German Kartoffelpuffer.
Wurstsalat is to my mind a fore runner of the American "Chef Salad" that you could order in
most every cafe in the 50's through the 80's that had ham and turkey and cheese cut into strips
and placed on top of a bowl of lettuce. Dressing was served on the side.
This is a nice companion book to Recipes from a German Grandma. From Germany with Love tells the story of my grandma, Emma Block, growing up in a little town in Baden/ Würtemberg, Germany near Heidelberg named Steinsfurt. Then at the age of 15 immigrating to the United States, taking a train with one of her sisters and brothers to Hamburg and sailing the Atlantic with other hope filled Germans wanting to make a life in the "New World". It was not easy but with good values learned in her German upbringing made a full life, had a wonderful family with lots of fun and celebration including the great German meals.
From Germany imported soft Pretzels are baked in the old Pretzel tradition with a top quality recipe. They are then frozen to lock in flavor and moisture. Thaw and enjoy or bake frozen in preheated oven for 2-4 minutes for a fresh baked taste.
This item has 22 number 5 star reviews!
I loved it when I got mine. I was amazed that a loaf of bread can be made thousands
of miles away in the Fatherland and taste like it was made next door.
Hand Made in Germany, deep-frozen and shipped to the US in a deep freeze container. This bread has a strong Rye taste. A 90% rye and 10% wheat flour combination bread with a biological 3 stage natural sour dough. A very moist center with a very crisp, flavorful crust. It's all about the crust with this bread. It's a real winner. You simply defrost and heat through. Outrageously delicious by our German staffs' standards.