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Rec for best German restaurant in Manhattan

by UES Mayor 5 days ago

Prefer something along the fancier side as I will be taking an elderly lady of status (ok, ok, an old fart) out to dine.


MikeG commented 1 day ago

Making pretzels in Toronto (and Searching for Food Grade Lye in the GTA/Online)

by FoodNerdGrrl 7 months ago

Hi Everyone, My Dad's 80th birthday is coming up in 2 weeks and I'd like to make some authentic German Pretzels wi...


LUV_TO_EAT commented 2 days ago

New York area deli style potato salad

by msmouser 10 years ago

Help, please. In the '50's and 60's every NY area deli served a typical thin sliced potato salad. I don't think it ...

NancyH commented 12 days ago

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Trip Report: Munich

by Sushi Lush 16 days ago

Recent business trip to Bavaria -- highlights. While I'm not a fan of schnitzel or beer, I dined pretty well. Here ar...

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German Beer Source LA County

by Tpassthepotatoes 2 months ago

Looking for a store that sells these 2 German Beers in LA County: 1809 Fritz Briem Berlinerweisse Original Rittersg...

ISO German cruller/kruller recipe or place that sells them

by jennyfur 11 years ago

When growing up in the midwest, my Mother worked for a German bakery that made crullers...not the spongy, airy ones l...


ritaobrien commented 4 months ago

Wanted ~ Authentic German Pastries

by chocopink 5 months ago

Hello All, I am in search of great authentic German pastries in the area. Thank you in advance for you kind assista...

scharffenberger commented 5 months ago

Other Great Haribo Products?

by Jr_Epicure 1 year ago

I am a huge fan of Haribo Gold Bears, more specifically the German Goldbären, and I would love to hear about some Har...


gummiover commented 6 months ago

what do Germans eat?

by french roast 9 years ago

I'm sure not every German eats the same thing, but...I'm curious. Aside from the stuff Americans think of as German, ...


BavarianImport commented 6 months ago

Schweinshaxe (German pork knuckle) in BA

by hedge_hog 7 months ago

I have gone through the websites of Schmidt's, Schroder's and Suppernuck, and I don't see this item listed. Is this d... commented 7 months ago

GERMAN FOOD QUESTION: Anyone have experience making Saumagen at home?

by juriekelley 2 years ago

I am having crazy cravings for saumagen (which I loved in Germany and I've attached a photo of it for those curious) ...


davidki commented 1 year ago

German bakeries?

by JungMann 10 years ago

Where I'm from, we grew up with dozens of traditional German Bäkerei. Cakes, more properly, tortes, at the Konditorei...


mlkeppy commented 1 year ago

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O.K. for Bronwyn: Potatoes are Stellar; The Rest is Mostly a Miss

by opinionatedchef 1 year ago

We had dinner here for the first time last night, early Fri. It was quiet for the first half hour and then deafeningl...

Suburban Chicago Ethnic Markets?

by cajungwailo 1 year ago

I enjoy the big ethnic markets in the burbs, like H Mart, and Patel Brothers. Can anybody point me to a (large) one ...


ferret commented 1 year ago

Any authentic German restaurants in MA/NH/Southern ME?

by Epicure 10 years ago

My family has a vacation house in Portsmouth, NH, and we are always on the lookout for authentic German restaurants n...

GilbyEast commented 1 year ago

Zwieback in Twin Cities

by roosterjen 1 year ago

Has anyone seen Zwieback toast for sale in the Twin Cities? I am craving the old fashioned cheese torte my grandmoth...


prasantrin commented 1 year ago

German Sausages

by EdT 1 year ago

I just past by Salimico and was surprised to learn their Montreal store has closed since May 2013. Any place that se...


EdT commented 1 year ago

German baked goods in Boston - lebkuchen, pfeffernusse, stollen?

by addiez 1 year ago

I'm looking for fresh baked German baked goods - preferably lebkuchen and pfeffernusse. I've seen stollen around (I w...

trufflehound commented 1 year ago

German food

by rithann 2 years ago

While in Germany we stopped by the roadside and bought a bratwurst looking covered in sweet brown sauce, it came in a...


twinkle30 commented 1 year ago

German Jerusalem Artichoke Liquor ?Topi, Topinambur, Rossler

by opinionatedchef 6 years ago

Has anyone ever seen or tasted this product in the U.S.? I am a big fan of sunchokes and very interested to try this...


JBGBJB commented 1 year ago

Photo Galleries on German