Schnitzbrot, it is indeed that time of year again and ever since my first posting here in ActiveRain of my Schnitzbrot recipe: https://activerain.com/blogsview/1968634/barbara-jo-s-new-and-improved-schnitzbrot
I have come here each year through a simple Google search to find it again. It is faster than searching through my recipes in the cloud! Pretty amazing that after all these years, ActiveRain still has this out there.
With that in mind, it is a real reason to post anything you want to find easily down the road right here in your ActiveRain blog!
Back to my Schnitzbrot, I generally make it just before Thanksgiving and my son normally flies in from Berlin for the holiday but with Covid19, he won't be here this year so I am making it early so that he can enjoy it at his home overseas. I hope it makes it for Thanksgiving but if not, it will definitely make it for Christmas!
Last week I mailed two 16 oz jars of homemade cranberry sauce to him and next week it will be homemade fudge and chocolate candy bark! That should make the holidays a little more like being home with the family for an annual visit.
If anyone is interested in my Schnitzbrot recipe, it is a Southern German fruit bread recipe that doesn't use any 'candied' fruit but rather regular dried fruit and nuts. It is healthy and will last for months in the fridge (which is why I am sending several loaves - he always freezes at least one).