Top tasty Teutonic treats
Published: 30 May 2013 07:48 GMT+02:00
German cuisine is far more inventive than most people realize. Ever had "Fake Rabbit" or "Lost Eggs" for dinner? The Local List this week serves up some of the country's more colourfully named dishes.
Most foreigners dismiss Germany as the land of beer and sausage. There is plenty of that, but how about a plate of "Heaven and Earth" or a portion of "Poor Knight" to still your hunger?
Hopefully you've brought your appetite for these ten tasty Teutonic creations.
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