...a great idea to combine a cultural walking tour with interesting local food samples!

This experience impressed us far more than the conventional sights.

What a great experience! ...and we enjoyed the lovely food...Highly recommend it.

Yum! This was an incredible food & culture experience! Mariam, our lovable tour guide introduced each taste through the eyes of the locals with a bit of the history surrounding each culinary gem we visited. We did the Berlin-Kreuzberg tour and experienced a balanced selection of different types of cuisine. With the option to purchase a beer, coffee, or tea at many of the stops.

I just wanted to write to you and let you know how much we enjoyed both of our tours – the one in Berlin and the one in Hamburg.  We were so impressed with both of our guides (both Christinas!) and how much they knew of their respective cities and specific areas and our food tours were our favorite parts of the two weeks we spent in Germany.  Well that and the soccer games, of course!

As for Hamburg, we loved that Christina as well.  She was so charming and funny.  I believe Hamburg in general was my favorite city in Germany and I cannot wait to go back.  Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that we loved the tours and will spread the word to our friends as they visit Germany.

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German Recipes

German recipes: Specialties

Delicious German specialties

Would you like to impress your friends and family this holiday season with some unique German recipes? Look no further! With everything from German dessert recipes to German sausage recipes, we at eat-the-world have got you covered for the holidays. Your guests will be full to the brim with your delicious German recipes. You can tell them all that you made these recipes from scratch, and they will all be impressed with your amazing and authentic German recipes.

Food and Culture Tours

Specialties on our Walking Food Tours

eat-the-world has been offering food and culture tours since 2008. Today our tours are taking place in several German cities.
On our three hour guided walking tour, you will get a behind-the-scenes look and you can also taste delicious samples from different shops. We will ensure that you are leaving our tours both full and cultured.

German Pastry Recipes

German recipes: Bread
German bakery

German pastries include everything from cakes and breads to tarts and delicious savory treats. Step in to any bakery in Germany and you'll find a myriad of German recipes there, for cakes with beautiful crumbles on top, to fruits in jellies, and everything in between. Another famous German recipe is for bread, and Germans are known for their rich, dark, hearty breads. Look no further than German recipes for your next gathering, as German pastry recipes are sure to impress anyone.
Franzbrötchen is another very popular German pastry recipe. Franzbrötchen originally comes from Hamburg, but this delicious German dessert can be found throughout the country now. It is baked from pastry dough and filled with butter and cinnamon. A yummy treat any time of day, the Franzbrötchen is a German recipe that can be found almost anywhere in German bakeries.
Eierschecke is a specialty from Saxony and Thuringia. It is often called Dresdener Eierschecke because Dresden is seen as the origin of this delicious sheet cake.

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German Dessert Recipes

German recipes: Dessert

A delicious dessert in Northern Germany, especially in Bremen, is Rote Grütze - a red pudding that is made of different berries and currants. It is traditionally served with cream, but you can also serve it with vanilla sauce or whipped cream.
Especially popular German dessert recipes include world famous Schwarzwälderkirschtorte, known in English as Black Forest Cake. For this German recipe you can combine chocolate cake, whipped cream, and cherries for a tasty and impressive German dessert. The cake is not named after the Black Forest itself, but rather from the Schwarzwälder Kirschwasser liquor that is a key ingredient of the cake!

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German Meat Recipes

German recipes: Weisswurst

Did you know that the average German consumes up to 134lbs of meat a year? That's a lot of German meat recipes to make! Some popular German meat recipes include sausages, schnitzel, and baked fish. In the Southern part of the country, especially in Munich, Weisswurst are a popular German recipe that includes meat. Learn more about German Sausages in our infographic!
In the North, in areas close to the sea, pickled herring is one of the most popular German recipes. This is often enjoyed on a roll for a snack on the go! Do these German recipes sound good?

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