I had known Nuremberg is famous for its Lebkuchen but I was surprised how many sorts of bread this bread store (Feinkost Nikolaus Schwarz) is offering. Amazing how different the outer crusts and the crumbles of each loaf look like. And yes, I always love a good piece of bread. What about you?
The historical tavern ‘Wurstkuchl’ offers delicious sausages and sauerkraut for more than 500 years. In earlier times the workers used to have their lunch there, today a lot of tourists and even ducks stop by 🙂
A detail I really love: On my way from Hamburg to Munich a lady boarded the ICE and sold Brezel until she left the train at the next station. I was told in summer they are selling ice cream instead. Nice idea, isn’t it? Is there a similar service in your region too?
Traditionally the butter in the alps is made by a butter mould (Buttermodel). After my trip to the huge reservoirs in the mountains near Kaprun, it was time for lunch. At a farmer house located at an alp named Fürthermoar Alm, I had a snack served with this fine modelled piece of butter.
Before I joined a guided tour through the oldest city of Carinthia named Friesach I had a typical Carinthian dish: Kasnudeln. It was a thinly rolled noodle dough that was shaped into a pocket filled with quark and spiced with mint and chervil.