Dec 162018
 
German Rhineland Sauerbraten - Local Beef Specialty

Learn today how to make the German Rhineland Sauerbraten. Some preparation time is needed because you need somewhat unusual ingredients for this dish: 1. Apple Butter or Applekraut (Apfelkraut): It is a highly concentrated form of apple sauce produced by long, slow cooking of apples with cider or water to a point where the sugar … read more …

Aug 022018
 
Authentic Rhineland Potato Pancakes

Rhineland Potato pancakes or Reibekuchen, as they call them in the Rhineland dialect, are a traditional German dish that you can find at street booths, at fairs or in restaurants. It is also called “Kartoffelpuffer” or “Kartoffelkuechle”. You enjoy them with apple compote, mashed apples or Sugar beet syrup. potato pancakes are the best when … read more …

Nov 022016
 
Koelner Kruestchen -Toast Hubertus - Best Rhineland Snacks

Today we like to show you what snacks you can get in the Rhineland: Koelner Kruestchen Toast – Hubertus Kölner. The Krüstchen is a specialty from Cologne and it is a pork schnitzel placed on a slice of bread with a fried egg on top. These kind of toasts are very popular in the pubs … read more …

Sep 192016
 
Rhineland Potato Specialty Kesselsknall

The Rhineland potato specialty Kesselsknall is a regional dish from the Rhineland which is the region around Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn and Koblenz, and further down. It is one of the most picturesque and unique region of Germany. Along the Rhine  you can find old castles, wineries, lovely old towns and villages, and everything which are attributes of … read more …

Jun 232016
 
Halve Hahn German Rhineland Specialty

This article will show you some traditional food from the Rhineland,  the head quarter of the German carnival (Karneval), and the historical city Cologne. One is the Halve Hahn, a German Rhineland Specialty. What is the Halve Hahn German Rhineland Specialty In the local pubs of the Rhineland you can find special dishes on the … read more …