Author: ajcambron


  • Rezept: Springerle (Anise Cookies)

    Probably the most fascinating from a chemistry standpoint, Springerle come from the Swabian tradition of alkalized baking. Here I believe that our family recipe is actually MORE accurate than Dr. […]

  • Rezept: Spritzgebäck

    Third up and most popular around Christmas at our house are Spritzgebäck…. although they have always just been called “s-cookies” in our family. American Recipe German Recipe (courtesy of Dr. […]

  • REZEPT: Pfeffernüsse

    The next recipe recipe I want to look at is for Pfeffernüsse… This is a case where our recipe has drifted very far from the German interpretation, but they still […]

  • Rezept: Zimtsterne

    Of particular interest to me, is the way in which immigrant foods, like Christmas cookies have changed to adapt to American tastes/American kitchens. Having spent considerable time baking heirloom family […]

  • German and American students connect

    A group of 24 Batesville High School students had the unique opportunity to experience another culture while traveling this summer. https://www.batesvilleheraldtribune.com/news/local_news/german-and-american-students-connect/article_9b3240cb-e1bb-5787-b92d-965af44ddbca.html Another nice write up in the Herald Tribune about […]

  • Indiana Rising Star

    “Batesville High School German teacher Andrew Cambron has been selected as the 2019 Rising Star German Teacher of the Year by the American Association of Teachers of German Indiana Chapter, […]

  • BHS AV Club honored at Film Fest

    Nobbe said, “That night was a great night for the AV Club and really made everyone proud of all the work we did this year as a small town video […]


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Knowing how to speak in multiple languages is powerful and I wish more people would treat it as such. One small thing I do is ask students to teach me a few words or how to count to ten in another language.

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