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My savvy grandmother whipped up recipes like this homey, cinnamon-scented apple pudding in the Depression years. Many of us still make them today. —Holly Sharp, Warren, Ontario
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Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

Grandma Davidson's Baked Apple Pudding

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

German Brat Seafood Boil

German Brat Seafood Boil

German Brat Seafood Boil

The grilled bratwurst and onion add a smoky flavor to corn, potatoes and fish for a hearty meal that's always a hit with my family. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

German Christmas Cookies

German Christmas Cookies

German Christmas Cookies

This little spice cookie tastes very European and is similar to Pfeffernüsse or “peppernut.” We make ours with cozy spices, anise flavoring, almonds and candied citron. —Carole Mueller, Florissant, Missouri
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German Apple Salad

German Apple Salad

German Apple Salad

In culinary school, I had to make a salad with Granny Smith apples. I remembered my mother’s German potato salad and swapped out the potatoes. —Sharyn Hill, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Beer-Braised Pulled Ham

Beer-Braised Pulled Ham

Beer-Braised Pulled Ham

To jazz up leftover ham, I slow-cooked it with a beer sauce. Buns loaded with ham, pickles and mustard are irresistible. —Ann Sheehy, Lawrence, MA

Shrimp with Warm German-Style Coleslaw

Shrimp with Warm German-Style Coleslaw

Shrimp with Warm German-Style Coleslaw

We love anything that's tangy or bacony. With fennel and tarragon, this is a super savory dish. I use the medley from Minute Rice if I don't have time to make my own. —Ann Sheehy, Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mama's Warm German Potato Salad

Mama's Warm German Potato Salad

Mama's Warm German Potato Salad

My grandmother, Mama, made this potato salad for every family gathering at her home. Every relative would arrive with their specialties in hand. She never wrote it down, so I had to re-create the recipe from memory. Years later, it's just about right. —Charlene Chambers, Ormond Beach, Florida

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

Oma's Apfelkuchen (Grandma's Apple Cake)

Oma's Apfelkuchen (Grandma's Apple Cake)

Oma's Apfelkuchen (Grandma's Apple Cake)

Oma's Apfelkuchen, which means Grandma's Apple Cake, has been shared by members of my husband's German family for more than 150 years. It's that scrumptious! Try it with any apples you have on hand. I used Granny Smith. —Amy Kirchen, Loveland, Ohio

Potluck German Potato Salad

Potluck German Potato Salad

Potluck German Potato Salad

This is a big hit at church potlucks. One man says he only comes so he can eat my potato salad! —Kathleen Rabe, Kiel, Wisconsin

Oktoberfest Brats with Mustard Sauce

Oktoberfest Brats with Mustard Sauce

Oktoberfest Brats with Mustard Sauce

I come from a town with a big German heritage, where we have a huge celebration each year for Oktoberfest. This recipe packs in all the traditional German flavors my whole family loves. —Deborah Pennington, Decatur, Alabama
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