• The 5 Most useful Street Food Towns for Food Fans Across the World

    When persons think of vacations and good food planning together they tend to think about places like Paris (or France in general), London, Italy, Spain, or just a setting by the sea in a hot Mediterranean state ingesting fresh seafood. Those who find themselves lucky enough to truly have the income to spend could also include Copenhagen (thanks to Noma being ranked the world's number 1 cafe again), San Sebastian in Spain or Tokyo in Japan thanks to their Michelin starred eateries, and needless to say Paris/France again.

    To have a holiday with good food, we'd definitely recommend a visit to Germany, partially as a result of too little Germany eateries outside Germany but primarily due to the quality, taste and value for money, specially when comparing to France as the food tends to be cheaper, the portions are bigger and there's less pretense, quite simply it's good vigorous comfort food, therefore it's large on the carbs which is ideal for us Scottish... but probably maybe not those on a diet (Scots included!). The BBC have included some Berlin workers canteens as an excellent area for lunch, equally for value for money as well as taste. Anything many have never thought of before.

    Here is a choice of products we like from Germany

    Laugenbrezel

    Laugenbrezels (usually described as pretzels in the UK) are baked  Kebab Hasselt doughy breads, formed in to a loop with a hard crusty layer, they're usually savoury and included in sodium deposits and they appear to be making more of an appearance in Scotland. Up until recently the sole place we knew where you're fully guaranteed to purchase one was at Falko konditorei in Edinburgh and Gullane, nevertheless now we've identified them in Lidl, which is beginning to add bakery areas to it's stores (something we identified in some of their Western stores a couple of years ago) and Sainsbury's, though they types they inventory aren't true Laugenbrezels as they are missing the very best touch - the intense salty end! Anyone who loves anchovies or salty chips/fries/nuts would be suggested to test a Laugenbrezel. We have found them for sale all over Germany though they're popular in the south/Bavaria.

    Currywurst

    The quintessential German takeaway piece, you will find it for sale in lots of a snackbar in Germany.

    Kebabs and Turkish pizzas

    Germany includes a big Turkish population therefore Döner and Schawarma kebabs are remarkably popular, actually the very best kebabs we've actually sampled have all been in Germany. Unlike home although a Döner might be advertised (for the tourists?) it tends to be Schawarma on the menu therefore gone may be the sweaty fatty lump of spinning beef on a spit that you find in lots of UK takeaways therefore a result the kebabs we've had in Germany sampled more healthy - thinner beef, more veggies and fresher salads. You never need to feel responsible about ingesting a kebab in Germany! You'll also encounter places selling Türkische (Turkish) Pizza, which really is a kebab on a flatbread folded up and eaten on the go.

    Marzipan

    Marzipan makes my language party with pleasure and thanks to Lidl I will hold my resolve in check but to be able to actually recognize good Marzipan a visit to Germany is essential.

    Beer

    Germany has above 1,000 breweries (over 50% of which are in Bavaria) between them they make 5 - 6,000 various drinks in lots of types (light pilsner/lager, rice, black etc) brewed for all ages to the Reinheitsgebot (Bavarian beer love law) allowing just water, hops and barley, it has today transformed slightly and more materials are permitted nevertheless the top quality remains. Although they did not create beer, the earliest productive brewery in the world is Weihenstephan, situated in Freising in the Munich outskirts, which has been creating because 1040. Therefore the Germans know anything or two about good beer.

    Meat Stews

    Germans are authorities at vigorous meaty stews (mainly pork/ham based) and plenty of dishes from the east have crept in to Germany therefore you'll find paprika laced Goulash on many menus.


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