If you ever get the chance to visit Germany, having authentic German sausages for lunch or snacks is perhaps inevitable. But before making that first big bite, it will be good to learn a few wurst facts and understand what makes each sausage type unique. Here’s our brief guide featuring some of Germany’s well-loved sausages to help you decide which one to try first.
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The Danes may do all things hygge to get through long, winter days, but we don’t have to wait for the colder months to start bringing in hygge at home. In fact, hygge can be enjoyed all year round.
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No need to travel far or wait for winter just to have cubes of bread dipped into gooey, melted cheese. With the right ingredients and a good fondue pot, you can make authentic cheese fondue at home all year round.
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Want to make Easter extra special? Celebrate like the Greeks do and try this traditional Greek bread recipe at home. Traditionally made on Maundy Thursday and served on Easter Sunday, this sweet and light braided loaf called tsoureki comes bright and celebratory with its symbolic red dyed egg on top. It’s made with the two Greek spices mahlepi and masticha, giving tsoureki a distinct and delectable aromatic smell.
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Anything homemade is happiness. And for the Danes, baking at home is synonymous to hygge—a love for life’s simple pleasures. Give this cinnamon scrolls recipe a go and let your family feel warm, cosy, and happy the Danish way.
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Have you ever tried making bread from scratch? The kneading, the delicious aroma filling your kitchen, and that first bite of freshly baked bread—it’s simply an experience too hard for baking enthusiasts to pass up. Take your baking skills to a new level and try this recipe for homemade rye bread with a flavourful German twist.
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What comes to mind when you think German food? Yes, sausages and beer are probably among the best eats Germany is known for. But this historical and dynamic nation has more to offer than delicious bratwurst. Let this Berlin city guide accompany you to a quick yet exciting tour of the capital’s dynamic culinary world, traditional dishes, and restaurants worth visiting. Continue reading “Berlin City Guide”
If you’re looking for a place to try out Switzerland’s specialties, look no further than Zurich. It has everything from the best Swiss cheeses to the finest chocolates. And with a picturesque view of the converging Lake Zurich and Limmat River, and the breathtaking Swiss Alps, it’s no wonder many consider a trip to this luxurious city a must. Continue reading “Zurich City Guide”
While visitors from all over come to Athens for its incredible history and panoramic sights, the food culture of Greece’s capital is also worth exploring. This ancient city is home to great food and tavernas that are as exciting as its historical roots. Keep your rumbling tummy happy while on tour and let this Athens city guide help you decide between souvlaki and baklava.
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If you love travelling as much as discovering new culinary delights, make Copenhagen your next destination. A city home to high-end restaurants and streets lined with affordable eateries, Copenhagen is simply the place to be for ardent gourmet enthusiasts. Learn more about this culinary hotspot and discover its best eats through this handy, not to mention mouthwatering, Copenhagen city guide.
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