they Met at that time with a guest lead in the pencil fish Beck, Heidi was an early forest. In the footsteps of his family roots, Dr. Zersen came in 1960 for the first time to Germany and took a letter from his grandfather from the year 1921, that his father, Carl Ludwig, in 1832, was born in Haddessen, and in 1857 to America emigrated.
Since then, the Texan who now lives in Milwaukee, people who are related to him and is grateful if he can bring German traditions in his family is looking for. This also includes food and recipes include: After he had been invited in 2012 in Haddessen identified Related to the Stoke buffer-Essen, made the pans recipe made with potatoes, pork Belly, bacon, onions, eggs, milk and salt in the Zersens in America quickly.
From a visit to Frank Rinnes "Bannsiek-mill" in Zersen 2015, the Texans as a reminder, took a bag of pellets in his Luggage. In a recipe for White and whole wheat flour, water, yeast and salt, he later worked in the coarsely ground cereal grains. The result, "Zersibrot," was the enthusiastic, especially his grandchildren.
In the name of counselling centre of the University of Leipzig David Zersen found out at the beginning of his Investigations, that the Name Zersen also from the Latin Ceresia, translated, cherry-tree, can be derived. The Romans had planted, as they came to Germany, cherry trees ...With the cake and the photo of the emigrants, a tree will be home to the feelings of Zersen awakened
of Course, the Zersens wanted to try on the other continent the delight of the home: last weekend's baked David the recipe to Zersen and the grandchildren invited with his wife, Julie, inside, Alexandra (called Alex) and Gabrielle (called Gabby) that were in 2011, according to Zersen traveled to a sample. "The cake tastes very good," was the subsequent judgment in the family round.
Dr. David Zersen, the recipe and the inclusion of the emigrants a tree even in times of pandemic to cause the feeling of: "Time to go back to Germany" – "it is time, to Germany
This article to return to the released ..." was written by Annette Hensel
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