Bacon, caramelized onions, and a creamy base make up this classic German pizza, all on top of a cracker-thin, crispy crust.
Sweet and tangy, slow braised red cabbage is a must-have side with any German meal, and a tasty way to get anyone to enjoy cabbage.
Tender and juicy pork knuckle, wrapped in a salty and roasted-crisp skin is the quintessential Oktoberfest feast, perfect for pairing with a big stein of your favorite beer.
Moist and buttery cake meets fall apples in this classic German dessert. We’ve paired it with a deep and chocolaty porter, proving that you can even have beer for dessert during Oktoberfest!
Pork is traditional for German Schnitzel, but try it with turkey, chicken, or even veal for a delicious, easy meal.
Crunchy, tangy homemade German sauerkraut is easy to make in small batches on your kitchen counter!
The flavors of a bratwurst, grilled and served like a burger. If you haven’t had this Wisconsin classic, you need to!
Olive tapenade is a quick and easy appetizer, perfect for pairing with a glass of wine from South France.
In Quebec, Shepherd’s pie takes on a new form with three easy ingredients: beef, corn, and potatoes.
Bright lemon and parsley marinated shrimp paired with a crisp Australian chardonnay make for a perfect summer appetizer.
A mile high burger loaded with toppings like bacon, cheddar cheese, grilled pineapple, pickled beets, and a runny fried egg. If you love a loaded burger, this one’s for you!
Crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside, if you haven’t discovered the goodness that is pavlova, you need to!
Chow mein, Chinese stir-fried noodles, might be a classic takeout dish, but don’t be fooled. It’s easy to make at home, and tastes better too!