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  German Food, Cuisine
Typical German cuisine varies according to each German state's culinary tradition, to its regional agriculture, and to the new tastes of new Germans who have settled in the reunited Germany.
German coffee is usually lighter in caffeine content compared to Austrian and Italian coffees.
German wines are produced throughout the wine growing regions of Ahr, Mittelrhein, Mosel-Saar Ruwer, Rheingau, Nahe, Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Franken, Hessische Bergstrasse, Wuerttemberg, Baden, Saale-Unstrut and Sachsen.
www.sallys-place.com /food/cuisines/germany.htm   (2503 words)

  
 German Food and Recipes from Germany
Here are all infos related to German food, German national cuisine, and collections of great authentic German recipes.
Find out what Germans eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, what Kaffeetrinken is, and general eating habits in Germany.
German Dishes and the whole sea of Christmas info from the Wunderkinder of Graf Zeppelin Gymnasium.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/links/food.htm   (507 words)

  
  German Cuisine - by food author Howard Hillman
The term "German Cuisine" is difficult to define precisely because:
Interestingly, these tubers are a relatively recent (mid 18th century) addition to the historical German larder.
Hearty vegetables such as red and green cabbage (fresh or fermented into sauerkraut), carrots, radishes, and turnips are popular, as is the delicate white asparagus for which Germany is famous.
www.hillmanwonders.com /cuisines/german_cuisine.htm   (321 words)

  
  German Cuisine - CookbookWiki
Cuisines found all over Germany differ in some ways depending on the region, not only because of different crops growing on fertile lands, but because of traditions and culture that have suffered differences along the course of time and history.
Cooking a traditional German dish requires one to not only know the recipe that is being prepared, but also to be able to choose the right bottle of wine that goes with your meal, the perfect dessert after lunch, as well as a fitting appetizer to start dinner with.
Germans are gourmands by their nature, and many of them love to cook and put their personal mark on the food they prepare.
www.cookbookwiki.com /German_Cuisine   (1066 words)

  
  German cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Potatoes entered German cuisine in the late 18th century and were almost ubiquitous in the 19th and 20th centuries, but their popularity is currently waning somewhat in favour of noodles and rice.
German wine comes predominantly from the areas along the upper and middle Rhine and its tributaries; the northern half of the country is too cold and flat to grow grape vines.
Germans are unique among their neighbours in preferring strongly carbonated bottled waters to non-carbonated ones.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/German_cuisine   (2419 words)

  
 German American - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Of the four major U.S. regions, German was the most-reported ancestry in the Midwest, second in the West, and third in the Northeast and South regions.
German was the top reported ancestry in 23 states, and it was one of the top five reported ancestries in every state except Maine and Rhode Island.
The influence of German cuisine is seen in the cuisine of the United States throughout the country.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/German_American   (2754 words)

  
 Cuisine Brief: German
Contemporary German cuisine emphasizes fresh ingredients and tends to be lighter than the classic bourgeois fare.
Germans have very different eating habits from one another, but some patterns are typical.
German families eat any number of European dishes at home, but the classic dinner would be bread with cheese, and, for non-vegetarians, sliced sausages and cold cuts (usually referred to as kalte Platte).
www.jagaimo.com /bistro/cuisine/de.htm   (814 words)

  
 German Food & Cuisine :: Soccerphile
But Germans still take their breakfast seriously, some cafes serve breakfast until late in the afternoon, and it's just as normal to invite friends round for breakfast as for any other meal.
Germans are also very fond of a good beer ("liquid bread") and Germany has around 5-6,000 varieties of beer.
German wines are usually not too high in alcohol content and tend to be sweet.
www.soccerphile.com /soccerphile/wc2006/culture/german-food.html   (981 words)

  
 German Food: Recent Changes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If a German thinks of America, which always equals the United States, he thinks of all the millions of hamburgers, that all Americans drive at least 3 cars, surf on the beaches and run around shooting guns trying to secure themselves of all the crime and the Bonnie and Clydes of today.
You find a place, you ask to eat something German, and get served as follows: Variation of herring on a potato-pancake with sour cream, followed by cream soup of turnips; next to follow is roasted saddle of lamb with a brown beer sauce, and the north German variation of semmelknoedel the "rundstueckkloss" as main course.
This is German, but not a German menu in general—it is north German, from the coast of the Baltic Sea.
www.globalgourmet.com /destinations/germany/germfood.html   (1046 words)

  
 Germany : In Depth : Food & Drink | Frommers.com
Good German wine is renowned for its natural lightness and its delicate balance of sweetness and acidity.
The overload of information on a German wine label is often puzzling to foreigners, but it's not really that hard to decipher.
Legally, German wines are only required to contain 85% of the declared variety.
www.frommers.com /destinations/germany/0224020880.html   (1654 words)

  
 Wine Brats: 6 in 6 Germany
German cuisine is delicious and diverse but, sadly, even many German cookbooks are written from an apologists view that German cuisine needs to be “fixed up” or made “more sophisticated”.
This is not a lot of time to develop a national cuisine, especially in a country where many of the states are as notable for their dissimilarities as they are their similarities.
German bread is meant to be dark, flavorful and substantial.
www.winebrats.org /education/grapejuice/9in9/germany.html   (1809 words)

  
 At Home : Ethnic : German Cuisine : Home & Garden Television
German cuisine is known for combining sweet and sour flavors.
Germans started making sauerkraut as a way to preserve the cabbage harvest.
Schnitzel is a German term for a method of preparing a cutlet of meat by dipping it in egg and breading then frying.
www.hgtv.com /hgtv/ah_recipes_ethnic/article/0,1801,HGTV_3178_1390610,00.html   (375 words)

  
 Renowned German Chef Hans Rockenwagner on White Asparagus and German Cuisine   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It's grown in Germany, it has cultural significance, it's a symbol of springtime with all the festivals dedicated to it and it awakens a sense of pride — Germans love the fact that this is their own vegetable.
My favorite German foods to use in the restaurant are Black Forest ham and prosciutto, sauerkirschen (sour cherries) and good Bavarian mustard.
Hans: Germans are open to experiencing new cultures, so there's been a lot of expansion into other cuisines such as Italian and French and Asian.
www.germanfoods.org /consumer/HansRockenwagnerinterview_000.cfm   (901 words)

  
 Cuisine
German food is, as a rule, both good value and of high quality.
You're generally given a variety of breads, which are among the most distinctive features of German cuisine.
Both brown and white rolls are popular; these are often given a bit of zap by the addition of a condiment, such as caraway, coriander, poppy or sesame seeds.
www.angelfire.com /zine2/germany/cuisine.htm   (554 words)

  
 Celebrating Germany: A Festival of Events for Promoting German Specialties Year-round
The allure of today's German cuisine is its ability to hold fast to traditions while simultaneously adding a contemporary flair that addresses today's lifestyles.
According to von Friedeburg, German foods and beverages are increasingly imported into the U.S. and today, encompass a broad range of categories from cheese and confections to beer and preserves.
German wines and beers are experiencing the greatest growth followed by confectionery and health food fare, including sauerkraut, muesli, health bars, and multigrain breads, says von Friedeburg.
www.gourmetretailer.com /gourmetretailer/magazine/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000521489&imw=Y   (1915 words)

  
 German Culture - Information about People, Art, Religion and Cuisine of Germany.
Approximately 67 percent of the German population belong to a Christian denomination, of whom roughly half are Roman Catholic and half are Protestant (the figures are known quite accurately because Germany imposes a church tax on those who disclose a religious affiliation).
The German language was once the lingua franca of central, eastern and northern Europe, and remains one of the most popular foreign languages taught worldwide, in Europe the second most popular after English.
German cuisine varies from region to region, but concentrates on meat (especially sausage) and varieties of sweet dessert and cakes (such as Black Forest gateau "Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte") and stollen (a fruit cake).
www.germannotes.com /hist_germany_culture.shtml   (536 words)

  
 The Oder-Neisse Border: Where German-Polish Prejudices Meet. Travel to the past and present frontier(s) between Germany ...
What Germans along the frontier forget or fail to mention is that many Poles also shop on the German side for consumer durables that, though more expensive, are in greater and more diversified supply.
The Dutchman (the Americans call the Germans this name by way of derision) plays a more independent role--has balls, concerts, and theaters--naturally not to be compared to those in Germany, and has even managed to get laws printed in German.
Germans were not, of course, the only group who found their way to Milwaukee in the mid-1800s.
www.germanlife.com /Archives/1996/9612_02.html   (6920 words)

  
 FIRST COURSE; Finding lighter side of German cuisine Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yet another notes that the German custom of a large midday meal and a light supper known as the abendbrot may result in lower daily caloric intake.
The bottom- line goal is to increase imports of German foods and beverages, but a key component is upgrading the image of German cuisine.
Overall, the German board which is funded by German farmers considers its campaign to date to be a success, with visits to Milwaukee, New York, Washington, D.C. and Chicago under their belt and visits to San Francisco and Seattle on the agenda.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4196/is_20050727/ai_n14804368   (886 words)

  
 German Cuisine News - Topix
Muenster is a great drive any weekend for German food at The Center Restaurant, fresh-baked strudel at Bayer's or import groceries, meats and cheeses at Fischer's.
What I meant was that when looking on all the posts it looks like that most people here in the US have an opinion about German food which is based on something which was the...
I edit the German Cuisine News pages on Topix when no humans are available to help.
www.topix.net /food/german   (584 words)

  
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German food is famous for its hearty meals of roasted meat, dumplings, potatoes, pickled vegetables, gravy and breads, and, of course, its beer and sausages (Germany has over 1,500 different types of sausage).
On top of that, German sausages are rarely served on a bun, but rather on a bed of sauerkraut or with a dipping sauce like mustard.
German red cabbage is sometimes cooked with apples and has a sweeter flavor than sauerkraut.
www.sixwise.com /newsletters/06/08/02/the_6_healthiest_staple_foods_in_german_cuisine.htm   (1189 words)

  
 Cuisine German
German restaurant near Lincoln and Park, featuring authentic German cuisine and atmosphere.
the cuisine is richer and heavier; and in the south, one finds lighter cuisine, with strong...
A German restaurant and bar in Roppongi with traditional German cuisine, speciality beers and German wines.
www.gourmetcookingdirectory.com /cuisine-german.html   (311 words)

  
 German courses in Germany, German language courses Germany
German courses in Germany, German language courses Germany
German courses in Germany - Learn German in Germany - German Schools in Germany
Germany wears its riches well: elegant big-city charm, small picture-postcard towns, pagan-inspired harvest festivals, a wealth of art and culture and the perennial pleasures of huge tracts of forest, delightful castles and fine wine and beer are all there for the savouring.
learn-german-courses-germany.language-courses-abroad.com /English/Germany/index   (273 words)

  
 Germany in NYC: New York City German event and culture guide.
A five-foot-long catfish in a lake near Frankfurt is the target of German anglers after it reportedly ate a pet dachshund.
German cuisine with a Mediterranean touch by German-Greek chef Wassily (Lucky) in a tranquil setting in Harlem right next to city college.
Serves authentic German cuisine alongside a micro and import beer haven.
www.germanyinnyc.org /index.php?section=guide&sub=fooddrink&parid=1   (1118 words)

  
 Germany Online: Information Services: Publications: The Week in Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: )
German foods and beverages are poised to transform the way Americans eat, bringing a truly new European cuisine to dinner tables across the country.
"'German food' means much more these days than just sauerkraut and sausage washed down with beer," said von Friedeburg, who is leading efforts to bring a wide range of tasty German treats to a table near you.
Demand for Rieslings, the German white wines that match so well with trendy low-carb foods, has been mounting for years and may reach new heights once vintages from last summer, expected to be among the best in decades, hit store shelves.
www.germany.info /relaunch/info/publications/week/2004/040507/economy1.html   (465 words)

  
 Marcel Biro Recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Marcel is star of the Emmy® Award-winning, national PBS reality-cooking series The Kitchens of Biró; co-author of Biró: European-Inspired Cuisine, the forthcoming Ó: SpanAsian Cuisine by Marcel Biró, and the forthcoming Marcel Biró’s New German Cuisine; and chef/owner of the renowned Biró and Ó restaurant concepts and Marcel Biró Culinary Schools.
German breads—and there are about 300 varieties—are made from top quality, organic whole rye grain.
Glace de viande is made by heating a stock over medium-high heat—skimming impurities as they rise to the surface—until reduced to a thick, gelatinous syrup.
www.germanfoods.org /consumer/MarcelBiroRecipes.cfm   (1673 words)

  
 German Cuisine - Restaurant Highway's Best German Cuisine Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: )
German Foods Our restaurant serves a wide variety of foods, but we specialize in German cuisine including: Double Wieners on a Roll Served with Bavarian winekraut, deli mustard.
There is a pre-dominating effect of the trio of French cuisine in the west, Italian cuisine in the south and German cuisine in the north and east of Switzerland.
German cuisine usually does not contain a large variety of spices and herbs; the most popular are mustard, horseradish, parsley, thyme, laurel, chives, juniper, and pepper.
www.restauranthwy.com /germancuisine/?german-cuisine   (1174 words)

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