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1.1.2 Eating habits in Germany

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Eating habits differ from region to region within Germany. Here, you can see which specialities are popular in the different regions.

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1.1.2 Eating habits in Germany

  1. 1. Eating habits in Germany
  2. 2. Different regions – different habits de .wikipedia.org pixabay.com
  3. 3. The cuisine zones • Traditions and eating habits vary in the different regions. You can divide Germany into three cuisine zones: Northern Germany Central Germany Southern Germany
  4. 4. Northern Germany Lower-Saxony: Sea food: eel, herring, crab, mussels, trout pixabay.com
  5. 5. Northern Germany Schleswig Holstein: • similar to Scandinavia • milk products • Marzipan in Lübeck flickr.com
  6. 6. Central Germany Rhineland: • famous wine region • Rhineland‘s Sauerbraten • potato based dishes Nimkenja / pixelio.de
  7. 7. Central Germany Westphalian: • famous for ham Peter Smola / pixelio.de
  8. 8. Central Germany Saxony: • Dresdner Stollen: a yeast cake for Christmas Markus Klenk / pixelio.de
  9. 9. Southern Germany Bavaria: • sausage • roast goose • roast pork Rolf Handke / pixelio.de
  10. 10. Southern Germany Baden Wurttemberg: • influenced by the French kitchen • Black Forest cherry cake Helga Schmadel / pixelio.de
  11. 11. Culinary specialities of Lower- Saxony Commons.wikimedia.org
  12. 12. Coast Seafood • crab • mussels flickr.com • trout • eel Günther Gumhold / pixelio.de
  13. 13. The cuisine zones • Traditions and eating habits vary in the different regions. You can divide Germany into three cuisine zones: Northern Germany Central Germany Southern Germany
  14. 14. The cuisine zones • Traditions and eating habits vary in the different regions. You can divide Germany into three cuisine zones: Northern Germany Central Germany Southern Germany
  15. 15. North Western Region Wurst and cured meat • fried • boiled • cured de.wikipedia.org
  16. 16. The Old Land Germany’s biggest fruit garden • apples • plums • cherries Commons.wikimedia.org
  17. 17. The Old Land • near Hamburg • especially apples • 10,000 hectares of fields • cakes and desserts Susanne Schmich / pixelio.de
  18. 18. Frisia famous for tea culture Ostfriesland Tourismus GmbH
  19. 19. Northern Germany Lower-Saxony: Sea food: eel, herring, crab, mussels, trout pixabay.com
  20. 20. The white gold – Asparagus pixabay.com
  21. 21. • Asparagus Road: 750 km long • many festivals and markets • Asparagus princesses • one of the best known areas: Burgdorf
  22. 22. Curly kale and sausage pixabay.com
  23. 23. Traditional Bavarian dishes • hearty and rustic • sausages, meat dishes, dumplings • roast goose • roast pork Rudolph Ortner /pixelio.de Campomalo / pixelio.de
  24. 24. The ‚Weisswurst‘ Eating rules: • cut into 2 halves • dip it into sweet mustard • cannot be eaten after 12pm • uncooked sausage Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Landwirtschaft und Forsten
  25. 25. Bavarian pretzels • permanent part of the Bavarian cooking culture • important part of festivals such as the Oktoberfest Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Landwirtschaft und Forsten
  26. 26. ‘Schweinshaxe‘ Roasted Pig Knuckle • often served with a knife sticking out of it • eaten with dumplings und ‘Sauerkraut‘ Q.Pictures / pixelio.de
  27. 27. Northern Germany Schleswig Holstein: • similar to Scandinavia • milk products • Marzipan in Lübeck flickr.com
  28. 28. More eating habits in Germany Michael Fleitmann /pixelio.de Wandersmann / pixelio.de Clemens Lubitz / pixelio.de zerfe / pixelio.de

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