Germany's seven best (and seven wurst) foods
Julie Colthorpe · 14 May 2014, 13:20
Published: 14 May 2014 13:20 GMT+02:00
German cuisine – love it or hate it, most of us have an opinion one way or the other. However, there is some common ground to be found in German food that either has our mouths watering or recoiling in horror.
The Local List
this week brings you the seven best and seven worst German foods.
Our dishes come from all over the country and range from savory to sweet, from bits of pigs to a "dead grandma".
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