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Nine German treats to enjoy (and one to avoid)

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Nine German treats to enjoy (and one to avoid)
Kirschmichel. Photo: DPA
12:34 CEST+02:00
Pastry anyone? You've probably had a Black Forest cake or quoted President Kennedy while eating a Berliner, but how about trying something different? This week's Local List looks at ten Teutonic treats you probably haven't heard of, but should definitely try.

At any given time, you'll find Germans hanging about their local bakery, enjoying something sweet with their cup of coffee. Baked, fried or grilled, we've compiled ten pastries that would make your next Kaffeeklatsch something to talk about.

Though we're not sure just how your guests will feel when you reveal the secret ingredient to you Tollatsch.

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