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Day of bread

For some it is a staple food - for others it is the ultimate pleasure: bread. It is so important worldwide that there is a day of honor for it.

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Day of the German Butter Bread

Sept. 28. Day of the German Butter Bread. A fresh smelling bakery bread roll with a little butter is simple - but also simply good.

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Greaves lard, lard slice

This simple and inexpensive spread is made from lard, greaves and onions.

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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Bergische coffee table

The Bergische Kaffeetafel is not just about drinking coffee. With Dröppelminna, grain, grey bread, Gugelhupf, rice pudding, sausage, fruit spread and more, it is something very special from the Bergisches Land.

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Regional specialties from Bavaria and Franconia

A hearty snack

Brotzeit or Vesper is a small, usually hearty snack. In Bavaria, Weisswürste (white sausages), bread and Obazda are part of it. More info here.

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Bread and rolls from the baker

Join in: What's your favorite bakery? Where is traditional baking still practiced? - Friends and connoisseurs of genuine baking tradition are increasingly faced with the question: Where can I find a good baker? Where can you find the best sourdough bread and the most delicious rolls?

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Typical German: Beer

Beer and bread: Today I bake, tomorrow I brew.

We all know this quote from our childhood from Rumpelstiltskin - but bread and beer could be meant by it. Brewing went hand in hand with baking, as the bakers got the yeast (a waste product) from the pub brewers.

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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Pumpernickel

Pumpernickel is a hearty, durable bread made from rye meal with a long rising time. Invented in Westphalia, the bread is now available everywhere. However, it is worthwhile to fall back on the quality of the Westphalian quality bakeries in terms of taste.

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Regional specialties from Bremen

Stippgrütze, Bremer Knipp, minced grits

Bermer Knipp or Hackgrütze a popular North German speciality for the cold season. Oat or barley groats are mixed with meat and spices to make a sausage pudding and eaten hot from the pan.

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Buy bread from the baker online

You can also buy fresh bread from the bakery online. And there are bread gifts to go with it.

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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Poschweck – a traditional Easter bread

Lemon peel, candied orange peel and rock candy are added to Aachen Easter bread. The bread is spicy and sweet at the same time.

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Brandenburg gift baskets

Spelled bread fresh from the farm

ADVERTISEMENT Stock: Have fresh spelled bread delivered directly to your home from the farm. Enjoy the bread straight away without the supermarket queue. Or store in the freezer as a reserve.

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Lower Saxony gift

Ammerland ham and sausage present

ADVERTISEMENT A present with Ammerland specialties. Packed in a gift box.

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Lower Saxony gift

Ammerland honey black bread

ADVERTISEMENT This Ammerland specialty is a very juicy black rye bread. It is made with malted wholegrain rye flakes and honey.

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Gift baskets & products with regional specialties

Gift box bread & salt

ADVERTISEMENT Bread and salt to greet friends and new neighbors are a very old custom. With this organic gift box it is sure to succeed.

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