Boiling wine with spices is a tradition throughout Europe and the world. This is a variant using apple wine from Frankfurt.
Meatloaf is a dish common to most of the world. This traditional German variant translates directly as "False Rabbit" and hides hard-boiled eggs inside the meatloaf. The Frankfurt variation replaces the hard-boiled eggs with Frankfurter sausages.
This dish is essentially a version of the French Beef Burgundy, except it uses Frankfurt apple wine instead of red wine. It follows more in the tradition of German goulash than a proper stew, so feel free to add vegetables to make it heartier.
Potato salad is a German staple food with endless regional variations.
Sauerbraten is an ancient dish typically associated with Catholic regions of the Rhineland. In the distant past, old wine, i.e., vinegar, was used to preserve meat butchered throughout the week so that it could be sold for Sunday Roast at a reasonable price. Though most modern recipes use beef, pork was once the more common ingredient. This recipe replaces the traditional red wine with Apple Wine, a dry wine made from apples instead of grapes.