Try some authentic, traditional, regional German food for your next dinner party!
Share your German culture with your friends and family, especially if you love German food.
As well, enjoy learning about some other areas of German cooking at the same time.
Germany is divided into more than 50 regions usually based on landscape and geography.
Politically, there are 16 federal states in Germany, each one unique in its history and cuisine.
Let's travel to each one and see what's different.
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Starting January, 2016, I'll be adding a German state every month. After that, we'll start on the regions!
Click on the ones with the maps, below, to start your travels!
North Rhine Westphalia
Since I've visited most of these German states, I'll be able to pass on tidbits of information and interesting things I've learned. There will a section for the favorite foods, especially related to the agriculture of the area.
Recipes will be added that are traditional for that state. There's even a place at the bottom of each page for you to add your own dishes.
Let's make this the BEST collection of Regional German Food on the WEB!
Germany is made up of the above mentioned 16 federal states. However, Germans really like to be identified with a region, of which there are more than 50 different ones! Once we've traveled through the federal states, we'll be tackling the regions! Keep watching!
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Regional German Food