German Meals at Oma’s Cookbook (Paperback & Kindle)

German Meals at Oma’s IS NOW available in bookstores and through online booksellers

Re-Create Oma Gerhild’s Favorite Authentic German Recipes Right in Your Own Kitchen!

Whip up traditional German meals just like Oma used to make!

I was born in Germany and learned how to make many delicious and traditional German meals by my Mutti’s side. After years of perfecting the recipes, I have created this incredible collection that covers well-known dishes from Berlin to Hamburg―and everywhere in between.

Chapter page, Hamburg, from German Meals at Oma’s

With easy-to-follow recipes, beautiful photos and helpful tips throughout, you’ll feel like you’re cooking with Oma right by your side.

Enjoy meals like this Cauliflower Bomb from the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern area …

Blumenkohl Bombe recipe page from German Meals at Oma’s

… or enjoy this Baden-Württemberg traditional meal …

Käsespätzle recipe page from German Meals at Oma’s

Whether you’re in the mood for the heartwarming dishes of your childhood or you simply want to try tasty dishes from a new cuisine, I make it easy for you to take classic German recipes from my family’s table to yours.

Each of these 75 wunderbar recipes has a full page color photo and is filled with tips and tricks, right from my kitchen.

Here’s your chance to get German Meals at Oma’s for yourself and for everyone on your gift-giving list! Pass on your German culture to your children and grandchildren. Share your love for German cuisine with your friends and neighbors.

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German Meals at Oma’s is now available in bookstores throughout the States and in Canada. If your bookstore doesn’t have it, just ask them to order it in. Or, order it online.

Reviews

To those who don’t know Gerhild, she’s the Oma who put German cuisine on the map with her highly popular website, justlikeoma.com.
Oma dispelled, with great skill, my stereotypical view of beige-y sauce over beige-y sausage with beige-y sauerkraut and beige-y potatoes and finally – beige-y taste. I thought all German cuisine was the same – sausage. Boy was I wrong. Beautifully photographed, Oma’s recipes taste as scrumptious as they look.
Look out France, Spain and Italy. A new major European cuisine is about to give you a run for our palates! 😋

Ken Evoy, MD
Founder of SiteSell.com and creator of Solo Build It!

Gerhild’s Just Like Oma website has always been a go-to when I’m searching for German recipes that taste like home, so I’m absolutely delighted that her fabulous recipes have been captured in book form. This beautiful cookbook is loaded with regional recipes and mouthwatering photographs. Best of all, there are tips to insure that your dishes taste just like Oma’s. German Meals at Oma’s is destined to be a kitchen essential for all German-American kitchens.

Karen Lodder
Author of www.GermanGirlinAmerica.com

I have followed Gerhild’s recipes for many years. Her recipes are similar to the ones I grew up eating from my German heritage. I have found her recipes to be authentic and easy to understand. In Gerhild’s book, German Meals at Oma’s, I like how she divided the recipes by regions of Germany. I also love her pictures and little tips given about the recipes. These are great for the readers! I recommend this book for all cooks; beginners and experienced.

Frances Peffly Moore
Author of www.painlesscooking.com

As a German-American that is a bit culinarily challenged, this book is a true blessing! What makes this book extra wonderful is that the recipes are separated by region. German food is more complex than bratwurst, sauerkraut and pretzels! This classic cookbook has not only a variety of different recipes, but also key notes to help even those with little experience in the kitchen learn to make excellent German cuisine.

Erika Neumayer Ehrat
Owner & designer of Rare Dirndl, raredirndl.com

Gerhild takes us on a culinary journey across Germany through her thoughtful selection of regional dishes, with helpful tips and anecdotes along the way. Written with heart and expertise, Gerhild captures the essence of traditional German food culture in a way that will elicit an enthusiastic “Guten Appetit!”

Kimberly Killebrew
Founder of The Daring Gourmet, www.daringgourmet.com

If you love German food and want to explore preparing some memorable German meals at home, then you need the new cookbook German Meals at Oma’s. Her recipes are authentic, and she truly has an amazing assortment included from sauerbraten to spätzle and everything in between. This is really one of the BEST German cookbooks to come out in a long time.

Mary Marshall, www.cookingwithmaryandfriends.com, and Food Columnist with Camden Living Magazine, www.camdenlivingsc.com

Love authentic German food? Oma creates traditional German recipes with tips and tricks to make them inexpensive, no fuss, and tasty! Can’t pronounce Rotkohl mit Äpfeln? No problem! Oma lets you in on just what the recipe is (Red Cabbage and Apples) AND makes it so simple to prepare even an Irishwoman like me could follow her recipes.

Sharon Peterson
Author of Simply Canning: Guide to Safe Home Canning and
Teacher at Canning Basics Online Canning Course, www.simplycanning.com

This comprehensive cookbook brings back so many treasured food memories from my childhood. My German “Mutti” and her mom, my Oma, both long gone, were such great cooks, but their recipes were never written down. Gerhild Fulson’s expansive recipe collection will help people of my generation with their “lost” recipes and it will introduce new generations to German specialties that are both delicious and a part of Germany’s rich culinary culture.

Inga Bowyer
Co-founder, GermanDeli Food Store, www.GermanDeli.com