Katerschmier refers to a dish from Saarland, Germany made with Limburger Cheese cut into small pieces and cooked in small amount of water then mixed with milk, egg and flour until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Lastly, it is seasoned with salt and pepper, muscat powder, a dash of sugar and mustard. Best serve when it is cold.
Schmier is Saarland's word which refers to a "bread spread", aside from Katerschmier, other examples are Butter, Leberwurst, Marmalade, Jams which are spread into breads and the end product is a sandwich with a filling.
List of books: Katerschmier