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Sloppy Ottos

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My version of sloppy joes comes from an old family recipe. Make these sandwiches even more German by stacking everything on a pretzel bun. —Jason Koren, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Pitawurst

Pitawurst

Pitawurst

Every August, our town hosts a Bratwurst Festival. To celebrate the sausage season, we stuff brats and sauerkraut inside pita bread. —Brooke Young, Bucyrus, OH

Red Cabbage With Bacon

Red Cabbage With Bacon

Red Cabbage With Bacon

If you’ve braised, marinated or served red cabbage raw, try it steamed, then toss with bacon and a tangy sauce. We serve it with pork or chicken. —Sherri Melotik, Oak Creek, WI

Sacher Torte Squares

Sacher Torte Squares

Sacher Torte Squares

Sacher Torte is a classic Viennese cake that requires several steps. My squares give you an easy way out that still features the classic apricot and chocolate flavors. —Arlene Erlbach, Morton Grove, IL
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Sloppy Ottos

Sloppy Ottos

Sloppy Ottos

My version of sloppy joes comes from an old family recipe. Make these sandwiches even more German by stacking everything on a pretzel bun. —Jason Koren, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Green Tomato Chowchow

Green Tomato Chowchow

Green Tomato Chowchow

My grandmom’s long-cherished chowchow has Pennsylvania Dutch roots. Her pickled relish of cabbage, onions and peppers is tart and sweet with a smidge of spice. —Sharon Tipton, Casselberry, Florida

Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

My savvy grandmother whipped up recipes in the Depression years that many of us still use today, like this homey, cinnamon-scented apple pudding. —Holly Sharp, Warren, Ontario
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