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The German Kitchen
Traditional Recipes, Regional Favorites
Christopher and Catherine Knuth

published 2013 7.5" x 9.75" • 192 pages • full-color photos
ISBN 9781566569507 • hardback • $30.00


Christopher and Catherine Knuth take you into Oma’s German kitchen, sharing traditional comfort food to warm your heart. These authentic recipes, including meatloaf, rouladen, sauerkraut and seafood, bring the diverse tastes of Germany to your table.

Complete with clear instructions as well as full-color food and location photography, The German Kitchen is more than just a fantastic German recipe book. It is almost as though you are being taken by the hand on a cooking tour of Germany, where you would learn the recipes and techniques needed to cook culinary specialties such as goulash soup, beef rouladen, pork chops with mustard sauce, and spicy, herb-infused seafood native to the riverside outskirts of Hamburg.
Learn how to cook traditional German recipes without having to leave the comfort of your own kitchen. With enough seafood, vegetable, meat, dressing and dessert recipes inside, transform your kitchen into a truly German kitchen.

Christopher Knuth is a food writer and restaurateur. He grew up in the small town Blankenese on the outskirts of Hamburg on the Elbe River. Christopher’s choice to pursue the art of cooking was born out of a desire to honor his brother, who was training to become a chef but was killed in a tragic accident at the young age of 17. He worked as a chef at some of Germany’s most historic hotels, including the prestigious Hotel Jacob, which gave him international experience that more than qualifies him to introduce German cooking style to North Americans.

Catherine Knuth was born in Southport, Queensland and was an only child of two jazz musicians. Her professional career was working for travel emergency companies as a registered nurse. For the past six years, however, she has worked alongside Christopher, as owners of Das Kaffeehaus, their little German cafe/bar/restaurant. In addition to her passion of creating authentic German food, she loves music and gets enormous pleasure from encouraging young artists to showcase their musical talents in their restaurant on Friday and Saturday nights.

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