What a Load of Kropkakka

April 5, 2011 § 2 Comments

Be it a dumpling, dampfnudel, or der knödel, a carbo-bomb always sounds good to my ears. In preparation for our Bavarian Easter Adventure (sure to include my favorite elements: velvet costumes, live animals, large pretzels, pomp and circumstance), Alexander cooked up traditional bread knödel for the international crowd at his kitchen table (one Dutch, one Japanese, one Swiss, one Japanese-Swiss-German, and me). Floating in a creamy mushroom bath, it was a dish that united nations.

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§ 2 Responses to What a Load of Kropkakka

  • Gloria Gerba says:

    WOW, how do you say YUM in German??

    BTW what was the language spoken around that international
    house of dumplings?

    • Alexander told me he’d hand over the recipe so that I can print it on the blog. As for the language — default was English. Only the 4 yr old Japanese/Swiss/German kid could speak all of the languages. He’s pretty remarkable…

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