Munich Schnitzel

Münchner Schnitzel…or Munich schnitzel) for those of us who took German in school or lived there and still can’t umlaut…is a type of schnitzel that that is prepared with horseradish and/or mustard before brading.     Meat 4 pork chops 1 tsp mustard, spicy brown 1 tsp horseradish sauce .Poud out or cube pork chops. Season with salt andContinue reading “Munich Schnitzel”


Another favorite type of schnitzel commonly served in Germany is Zigeunerschnitzel. Zigeunerschnitzel, also referred to as “gypsy schnitzel” or  “paprikaschnitzel” is a pork schnitzel with a creamy sauce that contains tomato, bell peppers, and onion. You won’t find this listed in German restaurants because there has been much controversty over the use of the term “gypsy.” Continue reading “Zigeunerschnitzel”

Weiner Schnitzel

Perhaps the best known schnitzel and the one that first comes to mind whenever the topic of schnitzel comes up is weiner schnitzel. There is nothing like a perfectly breaded, perfectly fried, and perfectly crispy wiener schnitzel, complete with a juicy interior. I have eaten them many, many times.     But the truth is thatContinue reading “Weiner Schnitzel”


Mushrooms… You either love them or hate them. My daughter and my best friend actually hate them…almost as much as they hate coconut. These poor girls…they don’t know what they’re missing… If only they could try one bite of very good Jägerschnitzel, they might change their minds.     Jagerschnitzel, which translates to “hunter’s schnitzel,” was actuallyContinue reading “Jaegerschnitzel”

What’s Next?!

When my husband and I got married 32 years ago, he was active duty military. Our first assignment was Frankfurt, Germany. So here I was…a small-town girl from Mississippi bound for such a large city as Frankfurt in a country halfway around the world. Before he joined the Army I’d have to admit that IContinue reading “What’s Next?!”