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    German Pear Pancake

    This light and airy German-style pancake is traditionally made with apples, but Bosc pears are a delicious variation. Puffy right out of the oven, the pancake will deflate a bit…

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    Jelly-Filled Doughnuts

    This recipe uses a leaner, less sugary dough than your typical American jelly doughnut. For the best results, use either homemade preserves or best-quality local jam you can find. If…

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    Pretzel-Crusted Chicken Breasts with Mustard-Dill Dipping Sauce

    Ground pretzels not only make a great crunchy-salty coating for chicken, they also make this dish a family-friendly favorite you'll get plenty of requests for.

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    Pan-Seared Chicken Thighs with Beer and Grainy Mustard Sauce

    Maple syrup adds a hint of sweetness that rounds out the mustard’s bite in this quick pan sauce. Not in the mood for chicken? Try it with pork chops instead.

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    Cabbage and Apples with Riesling and Caraway

    Boiling, then sautéing the cabbage gives it an almost silky texture. This dish is a perfect match for roast pork loin or sausage, such as bratwurst or boudin blanc.

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    German Potato Salad

    Sure, the Classic Potato Salad recipe is a winner, but for your next cookout, turn up the tangy dial and impress your guests with another classic: German Potato Salad, or create your own…

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    Beer-Buttered Roasted Rib-Eye with Beer and Cider Sauce

    Treat your guests to the most flavorful roast beef they've ever had—thanks to a surprise ingredient. Like salt, alcohol brings out the flavor in food. In this hearty roast, beer…

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    Hazelnut Almond Crescents

    You can turn these into double almond crescents by replacing the hazelnuts with the same quantity of whole almonds, toasted and chopped. These cookies taste even better after a day…

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    Buttermilk & Herb Cole Slaw

    This version of cole slaw is versatile—it can be served as a salad, a side, or a condiment. It’s especially good with steak.

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    Flourless Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Glaze