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Although my photojournalism program was only two weeks, I learned oodles during my time in east Berlin. I photographed opera singers, crashed bachelor parties at abandoned airports, and of course, ate loads of authentic food.
Here's a list of what to eat in Germany before you die — these 50 foods are best things since men in lederhosen. Currywurst is a German staple and costs four euros max. Light with a high alcohol content, one of these wheat beers is enough to flirt with tipsiness.
They typically come in. I drank my first Hefeweizen at Lake Wannsee , and there was no going back. Served with thick gravy and potato dumplings, this dish is a German must. If cooked correctly, the meat and vegetable juices simmer together into something incredible — the only downside is that it takes three or more hours to make.
This authentic German potato salad is nothing like the whipped mush that Publix sells. Similar to Jewish latkes, these puffers are a simple combination of potatoes, parsley, oil, onions, and eggs. Add sugar for a sweeter taste.
German bratwurst are like the cheeseburgers of America: A type of sausage, German bratwurst are grilled with a crunch and are loaded with mustard and sweet ketchup.
A poorly and deprived one. Lightly salted and crisp, German pretzels are nothing like the Auntie Anne desserts back home. These German spice cookies scream Christmastime. Growing up, a box of these nutty bad boys would always be at the dessert table.
They are the German version of gingerbread cookies and are often covered in dark chocolate or icing with a paper-like, sugar coating on the bottom. After the butter crust is kneaded, the apples are tossed in with raisins, lemon juice, and cinnamon. Although Wienerschnitzel is Austrian, there is an abundance of it in Germany.
Usually veal or pork, schnitzel is breaded meat that is thinly pounded and served with potatoes, cabbage, or salad. Although breaded meat sounds basic, the flavor — especially with a hint of lemon — is explosive.
It might sound disgusting, but this tender meat in a pool of cabbage and onions is amazing. I tasted this dish outside of Linden, a suburban town in the Rhineland. The meat is stringy yet tender and tastes killer with a well-made gravy. I visited Ritter Sport 's Berlin store and was dipped in warm, sugary air when I first walked in. Besides selling a variety of chocolates, the Berlin location also lets guests create their own chocolate bars.
Light, flavorful, and inexpensive, this is the beer I drank most often in Berlin. I also toured the brewery that produces this German staple: Creamy, white asparagus soup is one of my favorite German foods. White asparagus is produced by placing dirt mounds over regular asparagus to block sunlight — hence, the white color. I ate speckpfannkuchen with family friends outside of Sprendlingen, a humble town near Mainz and Bingen.
It's the size of a pizza pie yet has the consistency of quiche. A calf meat concoction is the poster child of German food, especially when mushrooms and thick noodles are involved.
It tastes heavenly under gravy and lends any German meal absorption and flavor. The German version of pot roast, this meat is tender and falls onto a bed of roasted carrots, potato dumplings, or red cabbage. This meal was out of this world, especially when I had just walked 45 minutes to the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall.
The milk chocolate filled with cream sweetens any dinner and goes perfectly with a Genny Light beer. After hiking to the summit of Viktoria park, I unwrapped a few after my cheese sandwich and sparkling wine. These packets of dressing are packed with parsley, onions, chives, dill, and a few preservatives I ignore. The packets come in a five pack and cost a little over a Euro. The queen of girly beers! A dose of raspberry syrup mixed with a light beer is served in a bowl-shaped glass.
Although this was too sweet for me, most students on my trip adored the sugary, effortless taste. Weisswurst is a pale, white sausage that looks like a sponge with weird, chunky bits thrown in. Middle Eastern kebabs are rampant in Berlin, especially because of the high Turkish population.
The kebab meat comes from those vertical, spinning rotisserie meats with juice dribbling down the sides. Although they seem serious, the Germans do have a sweet tooth, too. And what better way to rot enamel than with ice cream shaped like spaghetti?
Top with strawberry sauce and your evening is made. Poppyseed streusel is a staple during my Christmas Eve shenanigans. Potato dumplings with nuggets of parsley inside are extraordinary.
My grandparents import wine from the Kallstadt region in the Pfalz and order several cases at one time. If a dessert is blood red, it must be tasty.
In Berlin, I ate Indian food at Chandi on several occasions. It was five minutes from Hotel Transit Loft and had inexpensive, homeland food. My Indian father was so proud. Europe got me hooked on sparkling water; drinking still water is like eating Nutter Butters without the peanut butter now. The clear, refreshing liquid — a bath of bubbles on the rim — is almost as energizing as a glass of Tropicalia. Bottled sparkling water is omnipresent in Europe…if only American palates would adapt.
Fermented cabbage that tastes best from a jar, sauerkraut is served alongside meats or in stews. This is more of a lifestyle than a specific meal to try. American breakfasts are sugary, filled with calories, and rot your teeth more than fill you up.
By contrast, Germans eat a stout of breakfast of cheeses i. It beats Lucky Charms any day. Although Milka originated in Switzerland, its purple cow and retro writing are omnipresent in Germany too.
The milk chocolate squares are divine and inexpensive at your local German grocery store. A dark malty color, this liquor was created in by Hubert Underberg-Albrecht. With fried eggs and ham atop buttered toast, this breakfast sandwich is as hearty as the German people.
Rough meat cooked into a patty, it was stringy and tough, yet the flavor accented the white asparagus nicely. Cherries, chocolate, whipped cream, and liquor: The cake layers are soaked in cherry liquor before baking. Famous for its cutesy, kiddy logo, this Pilsner was controversial in US markets because it featured a child on a beer glass. Think Candyland, but baked in a hefty dough and a mist of powdered sugar. Another Christmas favorite, its colloquial name is Christstollen after Christ.
I ate kiwi jam on rye bread in a converted stable-turned-dining-room in Ober-Hilbersheim. It sated my sweet tooth without overwhelming the whole breakfast — and kiwi jam is quite easy to boil. A mixture of red cabbage, onions, and apples sometimes , rotkohl is a popular German side dish. I find liverwurst disgusting — it looks like spoiled lunchmeat and feels like a sponge soaked in animal guts. The brand Wiesgart also sells it at Aldi. Pronouncing these cookies is almost as fun as eating them.
They remind me of iced gingersnaps or miniature lebkuchen. I hope this guide on what to eat in Germany serves you well.
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I say go for it and good luck!! Instead of all the stress of having all members reading a particular book, they all just met for a social time and talked about books they were reading and their thoughts about their book. If they happened to have read the same book, they joined in that conversation, if not, they learned about books they might want to read.
Took a lot of pressure off. The way we manage it has morphed over time as well and truthfully there are times that each of us are there more for the opportunity to discuss our kids than to discuss the book but we always make time for both. Our kids are now sophomores in high school and the book club, our friendships, and our kids friendships are all still going strong.
I love the idea of a dinner club to foster some other important friendships! I love this idea! We do a rotating salad club lunch but this post makes me think I can up my game and try a dinner sometime. Thanks for the inspiration. Thank you for the wonderful idea! I just recently moved to Colorado and having a hard time meeting people and not feeling that sense of community here and it is my goal to start something like this in the future.
I have also been having a rough season of life this year and want to sincerely thank you for sharing your story. It makes us all feel like we are not in our grief alone. I think of you and Afton so often. Sending lots of love and comfort.
We skipped December due to busy schedules, but have made it work every month since! We try to do general themes for each meal. We all trade off hosting and usually whoever hosts makes the main dish and everyone else fills in with sides, apps and desserts.
Sometimes you just have to be brave and do the inviting yourself! Sorry for the long winded comment, I love this post and think it will be inspiring to a lot of people!
We used to be in a dinner group of 12 couples, so each hosted once a year. Having dinner for 24 is a huge undertaking, especially if your place is small, but we had fun. We did themed dinners, usually by country. Lots of calls informed me that almost no one had plain white sheets. I stuck with the whatever-you-have plan and people showed up in Little Mermaid sheets, striped or flowered sheets.
It got more interesting after that when we exhausted countries. We had meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, green salad with thousand island or green goddess dressing, Jello salad with fruit cocktail and German Chocolate Cake and apple pie. It was a fun group. We had a bring your own bottle policy. I do something similar, but mine is an open dinner every Friday night! I read this article http: We have something similar!
We do it all potluck style. Oh my gosh the timing of this could not be more perfect!! I would love if you did a dinner party menu post like once a month. I really should, actually. People make such amazing stuff — it would be fun to put together our recipe links.
I would love dinner menu inspiration with recipes! I am starting my club next month and am already thinking about what the theme should be in October, November, December! I would LOVE to see a monthly post! Wow I love this so much! What an amazing idea. And love how you brought together people from different areas in your life. I need to do this…. Thank you for this post. I will be sending out the email to solicit interest shortly.
I would LOVE to have something like this with my friends. And I make a lot of food for people, lol. Silly hair, why do I keep you? Because I love you, duh. I try to pick random friends from different areas, as you did. The meal is my treat because well, I love to cook and I love to decorate the table.
I love your specific suggestions. My in-laws have had a dinner club group they meet with monthly for over 20 years and I would love to have the same experience. This is a wonderful post, and I love the idea of a dinner club. But I have two problems with starting one: I am glad that your dinner club has been there for you during your difficult times. That is a priceless thing to have. This weekend I just joined a cookbook club. Similar idea, but we are all using the same cookbook with the intention of cooking through it Or until we all get bored and want to try a new cuisine!
Just curious — was the original inspiration a book by Jen Hatmaker??? Great post — i have a similar group of women but we are little less organized.
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