Favourite Recipes

Typically, Canadian recipes call for many ingredients to be measured in cups (a measure of volume), whereas German recipes generally call for ingredients in grams (a measure of weight). This converter will give you an approximate conversion, depending on your ingredient.

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Grandma's Cheesecake

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Frankfurt Crown Cake

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Covered Apple Pie

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Hedopkil un Kless

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Lunenburg German Hot Cole Slaw (or Sweet and Sour Cabbage)

Most people who try this for the first time do not even know it is cabbage. And it makes a great pot luck dish - easy, interesting and inexpensive.

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An Old Fashioned Lunenburg Breakfast or Supper Dish

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Lunenburg Sausage

One of our regions most popular traditional foods.

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Hodge-Podge

When country gardens begin to offer up their bounty, residents start making Hodge-Podge.

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Cucumbers with sour cream

From the popular cookbook - "Out of old Nova Scotia Kitchens"

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Dutch Mess

Another popular dish from the "Out of old Nova Scotia Kitchens" cookbook.

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Gewürz-Plätzchenvon submitted by Matt Langille

Note:  This recipe is in German

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Kalter Kartoffelsalat submitted by Matt Langille

Note: This recipe is in German.

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Käsekuchen von Luisa Schleicher

Note: This recipe is in German

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