More About German Food


Greetings from the beautiful land of Germany! I know I have been posting photos here of the places I have been in Germany. This time I want to talk a bit about culture and tradition. My special topic for today is about food which is also my favorite..lol! This is more about German food!

It is not all Bratwurst, Sauerkraut, Kartoffeln, Bier, etc..nowadays German cuisine is much more sophisticated. There aren’t national specialties as such, but a great many regional dishes and the foreign influence have been increasing through the years. I have been living in this country for almost six years now. To my observation, German cuisine is increasing due to the arrival of the Turkish, Greek, Italian, Yugoslavian, Spanish, Chinese guest workers in the Federal Republic who have brought their cuisine and restaurants with them.

I have been to some of these restaurants in which some of them are even my favorite. I love eating in Greek restaurant and Chinese too. I love some Turkish specialties like Kebap or Doener. I just ate last week in a Chinese buffet restaurant in Neumarkt…love it..that’s why I never have a chance to lose weight, I would say to lose fat as what an online friend mentioned in her blog…not weight but fat..hehehe..

German dishes still tend to be very rich and almost invariably meat-based. Nowadays there are already an increasing trend towards leichte Kost or light diet-especially among younger people who are very health and figure conscious..The regional and locan specialties are too numerous to mentioned here. The best thing is to try them out—ask the “Spezialitaeten”.

if you have to ask me, I love “Schweinebraten”..not all the time but once in while..time to prepare for dinner!! i’m getting hungry now.. Have a great day guys! I hope you have more info today about German food and the like!! till next time again…

p.s. the food photo was taken in a Greek restaurant in Parsberg as I had lunch with a friend last first week of February..

 
 

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