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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Potato cake Döbbekuchen

In the Rhineland, Döbbekuchen or Döpekooche is one of the traditional dishes. Grated potatoes are baked in the oven together with smoked bacon (Dürrfleisch). A cast-iron pot “en Döpp” is usually used for this. The originally simple dish (as in our recipe) is modified in many ways depending on the region and family. For example, 3 layers of potatoes are used, and in between they are topped with the ends of the mead and bacon.This meal is eaten in the northern Rhineland-Palatinate and southern North Rhine-Westphalia. A similar dish with the same basic ingredients exists in Saarland and is called Schales. It is also an integral part of Saarland cuisine. A potato cake from the rhineland. Advertisment

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Baden-Wuerttemberg gift baskets

Black Forest Gift Basket Marie

ADVERTISEMENT Regional specialities such as farmer's sausages, ham, chocolate, jam and mustard. Personalised greeting card.

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Typical German: Sausage

Breakfast box with sausage, cheese and more

ADVERTISEMENT As a gift or for yourself: sumptuous savory-sweet breakfast package.

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Thuringia gift baskets

Eichsfeld Sausage Tasting Pack

ADVERTISEMENT Included are Eichsfelder Feldgieker, Eichsfelder Stracke and Thüringer Knackwurst (Mettwurst).

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Gift baskets & products with regional specialties

Smoked sausage

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Gift baskets & products with regional specialties

Harzer Brockenhexe with specialities

ADVERTISEMENT The Brockenhexe shows in this gift where everything comes from: Schierker Flintstone and Harzer Schmorwurst.

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Gift baskets & products with regional specialties

Harz gift basket

ADVERTISEMENT The gift basket contains Schierker Flintstone, Schierker Flintstone barbecue sauce, game salami, Brocken chips and a Brocken witch.

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Lower Saxony gift

Oldenburg gourmet basket

ADVERTISEMENT Gourmet basket from the Oldenburg region. Included are regional specialties like homemade sausage, ham, fruit spreads, pasta and more.

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Baden-Wuerttemberg gift baskets

Black Forest Vesper gift box

ADVERTISEMENT Black Forest Vesper as a gift box with Black Forest ham, homemade mustard, white wine and more.

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Regional specialties from Bavaria and Franconia

Nuremberg sausages

The Nürnberger Rostbratwurst is probably the smallest bratwurst in this country. This sausage is also suitable for another speciality: blue Zipfel or sour bratwurst.

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Regional specialties from Baden-Württemberg

Black Forest ham

A typical specialty from the Black Forest: cold smoked with various herbs and spices, it gets a typical black-brown rind.

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Regional specialties from Bavaria and Franconia

Bavarian veal sausage

The original from Bavaria. This light-coloured boiled sausage is a typical speciality. Made from veal (pork), back fat and spices, the sausage is warmed in water and eaten with sweet mustard, pretzels and a wheat beer.

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Regional specialties from Bavaria and Franconia

Bavarian Leberkaese – liver cheese

Next to Weisswurst, Leberkäse is probably the best known regional speciality in Bavaria. For the snack there is a fresh Leberkässemmel. recipe

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Regional specialties from the Saarland

Dibbelabbes – potato pan

Originally a simple dish of potatoes, onions, pancetta and simple spices.

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Regional specialities from Berlin

Hoppel Poppel

Hoppel Poppel is a simple, hearty dish made from leftovers that can be prepared very quickly.

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Regional specialties from Lower Saxony

Pinkel with kale

In the northwest of Germany Pinkel (a Grützwurst) with kale is a traditional dish especially in the kale season from January to February.

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Regional specialities from Hessen

Ahle sausage

This typical regional speciality originates from the north Hessian region. Translated, the name means nothing more than "old sausage", alluding to the average 2-month maturing period.

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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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Restaurants with specialities from Rhineland-Palatinate

Restaurant Pfälzer Saumagen

Who does not want to cook himself receives the Pfälzer Saumagen here in the restaurant.

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Restaurants with specialities from Lower Saxony

Restaurant Pinkel with kale

Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen... A winter vegetable

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Restaurants with specialties from Saarland

Restaurant Lyoner

Here the Lyoner comes in different creations on the table

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Bavaria gift baskets

Gift set Oktoberfest

ADVERTISMENT Typical Bavarian gift set with Bavarian specialties.

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Regional specialties from Germany

Currywurst – cult and calories

The Currywurst is probably one of the most famous specialties of the German snack culture. Sung about by Grönemeyer, devoured by commissioners in crime novels, honoured with a museum and hotly debated whether with or without intestines. It's the sauce that counts.

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Bavaria gift baskets

Krönner Alpine Herbs Chocolate

ADVERTISEMENT Fine chocolate with herbs from the alpine pasture.

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Bavaria gift baskets

Landmetzger gift package

ADVERTISEMENT Upper Palatinate picnic basket with sausage specialities from a butcher's shop

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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Heaven and Earth – Himmel un Aed

The Rhenish dish Himmel un Äd ("Heaven and Earth") derives from the fact that apples on the trees are close to heaven, compared to "Erdäpfeln", as potatoes are called in old German. In the Rhineland, Westphalia and Lower Saxony it is served up. Here's the recipe.

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Regional specialties from Bavaria and Franconia

Blue corner, sour bratwurst

What are blue tips and how are they prepared? Discover Bavarian specialities here.

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Restaurants with specialities from Bavaria and Franconia

Restaurant Weißwurst

Restaurants and gastronomies that serve Weisswurst.

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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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Bavaria gift baskets

Gourmet package from the country butcher

ADVERTISEMENT A picnic basket as a gift of Bavarian specialties from the butcher.

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