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German Christmas cookies – Vanillekipferl, Zimtsterne, Spitzbuben

Vanillekipferln, Zimtsterne and Spitzbuben Germany has a long tradition of baking cookies at Christmas time, and for many people the aroma of festive baking is...

German Stollen – a fruit bread style cake and Christmas tradition

Stollen is a dense fruit bread like cake made with water, flour, yeast, and a variety of ingredients like raisons, citrus or orange peel,...

Nuremberg Roast Sausages / Three in a Roll – Drei im Weggla

Three in a Roll – Drei im Weggla Whether on a pewter plate with sauerkraut, or with potato salad, or as “three in a roll”...

German Lebkuchen (gingerbread)

Lebkuchen ist a traditional cookie most likely invented in its today form in Germany. During Christmas time but also available during the year Lebkuchen exists...

Cologne, Germany — breweries, kölsch beer, and typical dishes

Breweries, Kölsch beer and typical dishes The metropolis on the Rhine has an immense diversity of culinary styles. Guests can choose between more than 3,000...

German Food: Germans and their Bratwurst

The Germans love their sausage ("Wurst"). The word appears in many German idioms and sausages are an important part of German cuisine. But there...

German Food Specialties

  Across regions and states: onion-based dishes in Germany The common-or-garden onion originated from Asia, probably in Afghanistan. It is one of the oldest plants cultivated...

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