Foods of Germany (A Taste of Culture) by Barbara Sheen

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48 Foods of Germany (c) 2011 Kidhaven Press. All Rights Reserved. A baker displays stollen, a heavy bread made with nuts and dried fruits. (c) 2011 Kidhaven Press. All Rights Reserved. . In my family, it’s just not Christmas without . . ” 19 It is tempting to eat the whole cake. But because stollen keeps well, Germans usually save some for Easter. Easter Chocolate When Easter arrives, stollen is once again served. But it is chocolate that makes this holiday memorable. Easter baskets filled with chocolate eggs and chocolate bunnies have long been a tradition in Germany.

Please. A German wurstmacher (vurst-mock-er), or sausage maker, will make sure of that. They take great pride in their creations. All sausages are made with the utmost of care. German laws regulate sausage production, ensuring that no fillers or additives are used. This is not surprising, since sausages are more than just a food in Germany. They are a treasured part of German life. “They are dearly beloved by most people, perhaps even held in awe and reverence,” 15 explains author Myra Waldo. Coffee and Cake When afternoon rolls around, Germans try to make time for a sweet ritual known as a coffee klatsch.

They taste great covered with spicy mustard or served with a piece of cheese or sausage, which is just the way Germans like to eat them. Pretzels have been a popular snack in Germany for centuries. Sandwiches and Sweets (c) 2011 Kidhaven Press. All Rights Reserved. 31 Open-Faced Sandwiches Open-faced sandwiches are a favorite German snack. They are made with only one slice of bread and are eaten with a knife and fork. You can use any toppings you prefer. Ingredients 4 slices pumpernickel bread 2 tablespoons butter, room temperature 4 slices Bavarian or Emmentaler Swiss cheese (or substitute any Swiss cheese) 4 slices Black Forest ham (or substitute any other ham or bologna) 4 slices sour pickle Instructions: 1.

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