Alsatian Munster cheese is a traditional cheese made using unpasteurized cow's milk. This recipe is for Munster Soup or, quite literally, just melted Munster and cream. This type of dish is common in the Alpine regions of Europe and is very popular in Switzerland, though with different types of cheese.
This simple recipe comes from Alsace but could be reasonably found almost anywhere in northern Europe. It takes the traditional cream of mushroom soup and replaces some of the white button mushrooms with more traditional wild varieties.
This simple stew recipe comes from an old family cookbook from Basel. The city's cuisine reflects its place in the Rhineland rather than Switzerland, and similar recipes are found in neighboring Freiburg and Alsace. Basel in the 18th and early 19th centuries was quite poor, and its traditional dishes reflect this provincial character.
This simple stew recipe comes from a town in Thuringia. Given the ingredients, it could plausibly be described as a fairly generic German beef goulash recipe.
Though this recipe comes from the Lower Rhine, potato soup and beer can be found anywhere in Germany, so it's more of a modern take on a classic potato soup recipe.