Germany Foodie Adventures

I actually feel horrible when I look at the date of the latest post that I added here on the blog – posted 2 months ago! I’m really sorry, my dear readers. Let me try to make up for it with some snapshots of our recent trip to Germany – we traveled lots and lots of kilometers, visited wonderful places and ate a number of delicious meals. For those of you who never really considered visiting this country: it’s not only beer and sausages. Just look at those photos of the Disney-like Neuschwanstein castle (don’t worry I also had to look up that dreadfully long name)! In addition, in general, people are very nice, the weather is perfectly continental and doesn’t rain too much. What else would you need to pick this country as your next destination?🙂

Now back to the photos! (excuse the quality, pictures made with a mobile phone :} )

Plenty of noodle places to choose from – Fried veggie noodles with crispy duck

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Walnut ice cream cup – because winter is knocking on our door!!

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Dinner stop at one of the best spots the highway can offer / Currywurst with a huge spoonful of onions, herb potatoes, salad and a giant piece of raspberry cake in Marche (and please don’t say you’d rather stop in a McDonald’s :))

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Tuna and Arugula salad with real balsamic vinegar

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Pizza! with anchovies, black olives and capers (my favourite:))

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Spanish flan and Italian Lambrusco for dessert

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Funny cinnamon-sugar covered fried dough ball

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And some sights not to be missed: Beautiful houses in Cologne

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The famously fabulous Neuschwanstein castle

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…its kitchen (this is a food blog, after all :D) – everything secured with anti-theft wires:

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…and the castle’s amazing surroundings:

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All worth the long trip!🙂

Comments
5 Responses to “Germany Foodie Adventures”
  1. Bonnie Eng says:

    Looove these photos! Germany has some awesome food!!🙂

  2. Such beautiful shots – of everything! I’ve unfortunately never been to Germany but my husband was a stationed there for 2 years when he was in the army. He loved it & hopes to get back so now that he’s retired, maybe we both will go on vacation. He loved the food but absolutely swoons when he talks about the pastries.

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