Real Traditional German Food Menu Items
I have made 2 decks where you will find traditional German dishes complete with pictures and descriptions!
(This is not how to say food words like Apple in German. These are dishes that you will definitely see on German menus.)
Please let me know if there is anything I can add and please favorite it on Tinycards if you like it :)
Regular meals: https://tiny.cards/decks/94921dc1-f8e0-42e6-a544-8ace090de37c
Snacks soon to come! :)
I was going to add Austrian dishes in, but I decided for this particular deck to add food that still exists in Germany today. (German set particularly)
But if you could name Austrian dishes that would be a great idea for a separate set! :) I do not know much about Austria.
I'm half Austrian, so I know a lot of dishes. Typical Austrian dishes are;
- Tiroler Gröstl
- Wiener schnitzel
- Gulaschssuppe (originally Hungarian, but a typical Austrian soup)
- Salzburger Nockerl
"Gaisburger Marsch" in Baden County is also known as "Verheierte", a local hrase for "married ones" , where soup is married to meat, Spätzle and potatoes.
I did the whole set in one go. Some of the dishes I did not know or see before - and I am native German. Great job.
Thank you for the fact!
The reason I included traditions from many regions of Germany instead of just the most popular is because there is different food everywhere, even in your own country. Plus, there are many Bavarian dishes that are not eaten anywhere else in Germany than certain places. :)
There were many different countries part of Germany way back then and some of their food traditions actually stuck. You'll notice that if you google some, multiple countries come up. I just find it very interesting.
If you liked the meals, you'll probably find the desserts interesting, as many of them came from other countries as well, but stayed in Germany.