Germany has an incredibly rich and flavorful cuisine that has been evolving through centuries and differs from region to region. Interesting and diverse, we just couldn’t miss the chance to introduce you to it.
pork, beef, sheep, boar, hare, types of poultry, you name it! The most popular way to eat meat is sausage and, of course, there are not only many types of it for many occasions but also many regional specialties. However, that’s not all German cuisine has to offer: many fish recipes, vegetable stews and soups, dumplings, noodles and potatoes dishes, and a variety of sweet baked goods.
Drink: Schnapps - a type of strong distilled alcoholic beverage. Fresh fruit, grains or herbs are mashed or placed in a glass with strong clear liquor like vodka or gin and left for several days. Water is later added to lower the alcohol content.
Weird holiday: Krampus night, December 5th. Krampus is a half-goat, half-demon beast, who is a counterpart to Santa. According to folklore, Krampus purportedly shows up in towns the night before December 6 and takes naughty kids away to his lair.