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ISBN:
1932043020
Author:
Helga Hughes,Ken Hughes
Category:
Regional & International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Penfield Books (August 1, 2002)
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There is Black Forest Cherry Cake from Baden-Wurttenberg in the upper Rhine Valley; cooking with beer in Bavaria; Berlin Frikadellen, an early version of the American hamburger; the spicy tastes of Brandenburg; seafood of Bremen and Hamburg; and a continuing list of flavors and tastes of the other regions. A special section includes traditions and foods associated with holidays and national celebrations. Karin Gottier, German folklorist, details a traditional Christmas in Germany, and the origin of many customs now celebrated wordside.