After working in the library, the group walked downto the Co-op to try some new German cuisine. Stefanie Hailperin made us some interesting new foods, starting with liver dumpling soup, or Lederknoedelsuppe. They wouldn’t tell us what it was until we tried it though. While the soup was cooking, she passed around some of her German cook books for us to look at.
After the liver dumpling soup, she gave us some pork hock (Schweinshaxn), Rouladen (a thin slice of beef with soup greens and bacon wrapped around a pickle), and Spaetzle (doughy noodles).
When that food was finished, Mary Joos brought out some desserts she had made. One was mole cake (Maulworftorte), which is a cake with the center scooped out, then filled with bananas and cherrys, and topped with whipped cream. The second one was baked apples, with rum soaked rasins in the middle topped with a vanilla sauce.
-Aly Skoglund, Grace Kjellgren, Travis Wayne