German food

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2009/09/02 17:48:12 (permalink)

German food

Greetings, Roadfooders!

I just stumbled over this very nice website in english language, it is all about german food, and very informative.

German Food Guide:
http://www.germanfoodguide.com/

To be continued...


Kind regards from Germany


Michael


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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 17:54:15 (permalink)
    One of the things I miss most about Yonkers, NY,  where I grew up, was the German potato salad found at Lorenzen's Deli on Yonkers Ave.

    It was the most perfect one I ever ate.  I grew up on it like I did with NY pizza. It had no mayo - maybe vinegar with the slightest hint of sugar and lots of parsley  and it had a real tang to it which I guess was the vinegar.

    Do you know what I am talking about Michael?
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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 18:05:42 (permalink)
    Greetings PizzaNut!

    What you did describe, is the typical bavarian/southern germany potato-salad, without mayo...

    Bavarian Potato Salad: Links
    http://www.google.de/sear...p;btnG=Suche&meta=

    Images:
    http://images.google.de/i...-8&sa=N&tab=wi

    I was born in München / Munich (Bavaria) in the year 1956, but I grew up in northern Germany, I prefer the Kartoffelsalat with Mayo.

    Kind regards


    Michael




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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 18:12:17 (permalink)


    ..this is what it looked like ..I forgot about the bacon...thanks
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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 18:18:02 (permalink)
    Greetings, PizzaNut!

    The image, you have posted, looks very much like a combination of Kartoffelsalat and Wurstsalat...

    Bayrischer Wurstsalat (Bavarian Sausage Salad) / Images:
    http://images.google.de/i...N&hl=de&tab=wi

    Enjoy!


    Michael

    P.S. The Wurst in this salad is probably a "Krakauer" Wurst, a very popular Wurst here in Germany.

    Krakauer:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krakowska

    P.S.S.

    There is also very thin sliced Radish in the image of the salad, you have posted, typical for a bavarian salad...

    Radish:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radish

    post edited by Michael_Germany - 2009/09/02 18:33:45
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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 18:30:17 (permalink)
    I guess it was not accurate because the one I am talking about had only a little crumbled bacon in it as far as meat content - the potatos did have a shiny gloss to them which I guess would have been the vinegar?
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    Re:German food 2009/09/02 18:51:39 (permalink)
    Greetings, Roadfooders!

    Let me introduce all of you to a very special cuisine, from northwest Germany, Ostfriesland (East Frisia).

    Ostfriesland:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Frisia

    Kochrezepte aus Ostfriesland:
    http://www.kwagga.de/ostfriesland/recipes.htm
    * (The link does not work..., please copy it in your internet-browser, to look at the recipes...)

    All recipes are av. in both german and english language, please click on the "Union Jack" Icon for the translation to english language.

    Most of the recipes are very rich in calories, typical for this northern german area...



    Moin-Moin!


    Michael








    post edited by Michael_Germany - 2009/09/02 19:15:50
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