Tag Archives: German cuisine

An Intro to German Cuisine

WHAT makes Germany so wonderful to experience is the love and passion everyone reserves for their food and drink. From visiting one of Germany’s 200 star-rated restaurants to getting merry in one of those iconic old-fashioned German taverns everybody wants … Continue reading

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STAPLE FOODS – Telling Porkies

On average, a  German will on average consume up to 61kg of meat a year – and while that diet is by no means made up exclusively from pork, with eye-catching specialities like Schweinshaxe and the previously mentioned somewhere in … Continue reading

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DINING ETIQUETTE – Weißwurst

Weisswurst doesn’t look all that appetising – more like a gym sock filled with toothpaste than a tasty meal.  Made from very finely minced veal and fresh pork bacon, this Bavarian sausage is usually flavoured with parsley, lemon, mace, onions, … Continue reading

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STAPLE FOOD – Bread

BREAD is more than just a food in Germany – it is a part of the German culture, producing over 300 varieties of dark and white breads and over 1,200 varieties of rolls and mini-breads (Brötchen & Kleingebäck) are produced … Continue reading

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