German Cuisine

Starters and Sides

Main Dishes

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Pork Schnitzel

A restaurant favorite! Pair it with a nice beer! Wiener Schnitzel means “Viennese cutlet” in German. This popular dish derives from Vienna, Austria and is one of the country’s national foods. It first came into print in the 19th century in a 1831 German cookbook by Katharina Prato. Traditionally Wiener Schnitzel is made from a…

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Stuffed Cabbage

A delicious one-pot recipe! It tastes warm and comforting! Stuffed cabbage is a dish that includes cooked cabbage leaves filled with a variety of fillings. It can be filled with meat like beef, pork, or lamb. There is usually a grain like rice or barley. Sometimes mushrooms and vegetables are used in the filling. The…

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Juicy Hamburgers

Fire up the grill and enjoy this juicy hamburger recipe! Hamburgers were created during the late eighteenth century in Hamburg, Germany. The Hamburg Steak was a German dish where low grade beef was shredded and flavored with regional spices, it was eaten both raw and cooked. The seaport town of Hamburg was teaming with sailors.…

Delightfully Grilled Bratwurst (Brats)

A barbecue and Oktoberfest classic! Grill up some bratwurst and pair them with a nice cold beer! Bratwurst is a type of sausage made from finely chopped up beef or pork. It is seasoned with salt, caraway, pepper marjoram, nutmeg, and other spices that relate to the region their made. Bratwurst originates from Germany. The…



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