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District Administrator Stefan Frey in Starnberg also bakes cookies

2022-12-20T10:53:06.880Z


District Administrator Stefan Frey in Starnberg also bakes cookies Created: 12/20/2022 11:39 am By: Petra Straub A rare picture! District Administrator Stefan Frey is not often to be found in the home kitchen. He allowed the snapshot for the district messenger. © private Starnberg – Well-known people from the district of Starnberg shared interesting cookie recipes with the Kreisbote readers du


District Administrator Stefan Frey in Starnberg also bakes cookies

Created: 12/20/2022 11:39 am

By: Petra Straub

A rare picture!

District Administrator Stefan Frey is not often to be found in the home kitchen.

He allowed the snapshot for the district messenger.

© private

Starnberg – Well-known people from the district of Starnberg shared interesting cookie recipes with the Kreisbote readers during the Advent season (see below).

Variants with a kick, with chili and ginger, for example, which are obviously preferred by men.

Very traditional, like vanilla crescents according to an old recipe and an oriental variant with pistachios.

District Administrator Stefan Frey is also happy to reveal one of his favorite recipes for the Kreisbote series.

Unfortunately, he doesn't have time to prepare the black and white pastry himself.

One appointment follows the other, he reports.

Of course, there are also celebrations in the run-up to Christmas, when he can relax and think about Christmas.

It is important to him and his wife that this Christmas feeling of anticipation, warmth and togetherness also arises in his family of five.

That is why the couple and their children use every opportunity to intensively experience and enjoy the limited time they have together.

Occasionally a candle is lit on the Advent wreath at breakfast, Frey gives a little insight.

Before going to bed he occasionally reads to the children aged 7, 10 and 12 and going to church on the Sundays in Advent is a family tradition anyway.

The two older boys are now serving as altar boys.

With regard to the Christmas baking, Frey is rather reserved due to deadlines.

But: "I like to eat cookies," says Stefan Frey.

His wife and children fill the biscuit tins with delicious varieties – shortbread, rascals, vanilla crescents and butter biscuits in all shapes and colours.

Occasionally there will also be additional baking if the supplies are not sufficient.

Black and white pastries © Vasily77/panthermedia

Ingredients:

250 grams of butter, 150 grams of sugar, 500 grams of wheat flour, 2 sachets of vanilla sugar, 2 eggs, 1 egg white, 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder.

Preparation:

Knead all the ingredients except for the cocoa into a smooth dough.

Divide the dough into two equal halves.

Knead the cocoa into one half.

Wrap both halves of the dough in foil and place in the fridge for 30 minutes.

Then roll out the light and dark dough side by side and brush the surface of the dough with egg white.

Lay the dough on top of each other, press down lightly and carefully roll into a sausage.

Place the roll in the fridge for an hour or two.

Then use a sharp knife to cut the sausage into slices about 0.5 centimeters thick.

Place the cookies on a baking tray lined with baking paper and bake in a preheated oven at around 190 degrees top and bottom heat for 10 to 12 minutes.

For more cookie recipes, visit the links below:

The chestnut cookies with orange ganache from Feldafing's mayor Bernhard Sontheim

When Feldafing's mayor Bernhard Sontheim has no professional commitments, he likes to cook and bake.

© Ralf Luethy

Feldafing's mayor Bernhard Sontheim likes to relax at the stove himself.

Since last year he has also prepared a type of biscuit.

© private

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The vanilla crescents from district farmer Beatrice Scheitz based on an old recipe

District farmer Beatrice Scheitz loves vanilla crescents.

She prepares the Christmas cookies the way her grandmother does them.

© Scheitz

The recipe for Beatrice Scheitz's favorite cookies comes from the Bavarian cookbook.

© Scheitz

The Moroccan slices from Mayor's wife Eva Schiller from Herrsching

The recipe collection of Eva Schiller from Herrsching is well filled.

But this year the mayor's wife is taking a cookie break.

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Eva Schiller from Herrsching bakes Moroccan slices every year.

A recipe with almonds, pistachios and orange juice.

© EuCSchiller

The orange and chilli sticks that Barbara Baumer from Pöcking bakes for Deputy Mayor Albert Luppart

Albert Luppart is looking forward to a relaxed Christmas with friends and family after the busy few weeks.

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Albert Luppart's Christmas plates should not be without the orange and chili sticks made by his longtime friend Barbara Baumer.

© private

Source: merkur

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