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Tuesday, December 09, 2008


Why don't they offer anything like these at German restaurants in the U.S. (at least the ones I've visited)? There's so much more to this cuisine than the spaetzle, schnitzel and sauerbraten that I'm more familiar with. Thanks for sharing these experiences!

Found your blog through a comment on Tangled Noodle. I can already tell I'm going to love it! Your background is so interesting and it looks like it leads to a lot of great posts.

I'm an ex-pat too, living in Brazil. While I am enjoying it, my heart will always be in Europe. I'd love to take this experience there someday, specifically to Germany.

I've never heard of flammkuchen but it looks amazing!

I've been to 'German' markets in the UK and all they ever sell is sausages!

Tangled Noodle - I know! Even here in London, closer to Germany, none of the more delicious German food to be found, like braised pork shoulder, potato dumplings, and thick pea soup!

Lori - Thanks for stopping by. I will be exploring your blog as well now.

Sam - I went to the "German" Christmas Market in Hyde Park, London two weeks ago...when I asked for some mustard to eat with my pretzel they looked at me like was from a different planet! What? A German pretzel with no mustard?

So you went to Berlin Christmas Market. Seems to have all the goodies from the Southern Germany's Christmas Market as well.

Wow !!these looks so delicious. I like to eat now. Thanks for sharing.

I had Flammkuchen in Munich last year at the christmas market and it was my favorite of all the food they had to offer. Thanks for giving us ideas how to do this at home.

I love the food from the German markets, the pork is amazing!

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