• Na aN
    Na aN Vor 7 Stunden

    Ich lieeeeeebe Rotkohl, aber nur den von meiner Oma, den fertigen aus dem Glas mag ich auch nicht

  • shinaanish
    shinaanish Vor 11 Stunden

    I love Rotkohl. I did not know that someone might not like it. I love Currywurst. I love Schwarzbrot. I don't care for Tatar (Schabefleisch), but I love all other German foods. I love Weißer Spargel (white asparagus), but I cannot stomach American asparagus. The first time that I tried Braunschweiger Leberwurst (liverwurst), I did not like it. The second time I tried it, I loved it.

  • galaxygirl
    galaxygirl Vor 4 Tage

    I thought that you can buy nutella in the USA, too...🤔😂

  • YouViewer42
    YouViewer42 Vor 5 Tage

    Put Nougat cream ON the Schwarzbrot.

  • Guy Martin 1895
    Guy Martin 1895 Vor 5 Tage

    What are you doing??!
    nobody in germany eats ,” black bread” pure
    Nooooo!! Eat it with “ fresh” cream cheese or gouda
    or better eat it with Reibekuchen und Apfelmus
    that is delicious!
    but not pure!!

  • Flora Soft
    Flora Soft Vor 6 Tage

    Ahhhhh ROTKOHL...
    Rotkohl, or to make it more picturesque call it "Blaukraut", is so much more than "warm Rotkohl". You cannot, MUST NOT, for the love of god DON'T SIMPLY OPEN A Bonduelle-GLASS AND HEAT IT. That's downright barbaric!
    Real Rotkohl, I mean THE Rotkohl, the one from the Christmas diner and the one that goes with the Martinsgans, THAT Rotkohl is hard to come by these days. Making THE Rotkohl is an artform only sage grandmothers have mastered.
    Any grandmothers out there?! I'm desperatly in need of one.

    • Flora Soft
      Flora Soft Vor 6 Tage

      BTW: Grandmother must be from South Germany. Applications will be generously considered. :)

  • Die Lustige Katze Knolle

    Dana you should try out a food called “Flecke“ which is eaten by some people in the eastern part of Germany. It's a sour tasting soup which is made out of stomach and kidneys and other things. It's the most weird food I have ever tasted. 😂

  • Miss Pusheen
    Miss Pusheen Vor 11 Tage

    wir nennen das immer Rotkraut😂

  • Yoda1285
    Yoda1285 Vor 11 Tage

    Der Rotkohl sah richtig trocken aus. Kam wohl aus dem Glas und das schmeckt nicht so gut, mag ich auch nicht gern. Es gibt von Igol tiefgefrorenen Rotkohl mit Äpfeln angemacht, der schmeckt wesentlich besser. Das Schwarzbrot kann man wunderbar zerbröseln und mit Frischkäse mischen. Daraus formt man dann kleine Bällchen als Party-Snack.
    Generell ist es glaube ich ein Fehler in dem Video die einzelnen Sachen für sich zu essen. Trockenes Brot wird immer irgendwie doof schmecken.
    Lakritz ist nicht gleich Lakritz. Ich mag auch nur die milden Versionen wie Lakritzschnecken zum Beispiel.

  • ak jg
    ak jg Vor 12 Tage

    Warte seit wann tut man Salz auf Radieschen?Oo

  • Doc Dat
    Doc Dat Vor 13 Tage

    🤔 What kind of hazelnut creme is it? Is it pumpernickel or Schwarzbrot?
    The radish is good in thin slices on a breed with a thin layer of butter and a sprinkle of salt.

  • Christian Scharff
    Christian Scharff Vor 13 Tage

    Es ist bei solchen Verkostungen immer das selbe: Rotkohl alleine ohne z.B. Gulasch mit Kartoffeln und Soße. Esst Ihr denn auch Petersilie so ohne alles? Und, s. trekki Hier in Berlin schmeckt die Curry auch überall anders, was vor Allem an der Soße liegt, aber auch die Wurst ist sehr wichtig, ob sie z.B. ohne oder mit Darm ist. Ich mag dazu scharfe Zwiebeln sehr gern.

  • Beverly Merrick
    Beverly Merrick Vor 15 Tage

    Des isch koi Schwartzbrot. Des isch Pumpernickel. Schwartzbrot isch Rogge brot, oder Roggemisch brot.

  • Mara Niebling
    Mara Niebling Vor 15 Tage

    Ich finde Schwarzbrot schmeckt am besten mit Butter und Honig, denn dann ist es nicht krümelig. Ich hingegen mag das amerikanische squshi bread nicht, genauso wie die fertigen Kuchen von Mejer's, Walmart und co

  • james jamas
    james jamas Vor 16 Tage

    Nobody likes Schwarzbrot, people just pretend to like it because its healthy.

  • Gregory Hellenkamp
    Gregory Hellenkamp Vor 22 Tage

    You have to know how to make Rotkohl. You would like the Northern German version...

  • Hansel Bansel
    Hansel Bansel Vor 29 Tage

    If you dont like Currywurst you are wrong in Germany. 😂😊

  • Michy :3
    Michy :3 Vor Monat

    What kind of Schwarzbrot is this? looks more like something like Pumpernickel to me.. You should try fresh, warm, Austrian Bauernbrot (type of Schwarzbrot) with butter and Schnittlauch (I don't know the english term for this) :D

  • Ninja Keks
    Ninja Keks Vor Monat

    I realy hate brussels sprouts... they... no I wont even try to expain. That ... something is just... ew...
    And Rotkohl... I loved it with some “Speck“ in it. Then I turned into a vegitarian and now... yeah

  • Tommiboy193
    Tommiboy193 Vor Monat

    Schwarzbrot essen hier eigentlich nur die Ökos. Ich hasse das Zeug. So etwas würde ich genauso wenig freiwillig essen wie Lakritze. Und von Rotkohl (Blaukraut) bin ich auch kein großer Fan. Und auch Radieschen kann ich wenig abgewinnen.
    Aber wie um alles in der Welt kann man eine Nuss-Nougat-Creme nicht mögen? Die ist doch superlecker!
    Mir ist übrigens ne herzhafte Bratwurst mit Senf auch lieber als ne Currywurst, wo die Bockwurst ohne Sauce praktisch nach nichts schmeckt. Bezüglich Fast-Food ist meine Devise aber eher "in dubio pro Döner"

  • chrisserrific
    chrisserrific Vor Monat


  • chrisserrific
    chrisserrific Vor Monat

    Wait up! You don't like Nutella?!

  • BetaDre.TV
    BetaDre.TV Vor Monat

    you dont like nutella or red cabbage? what the hell is wrong with you?

  • Michael Clark
    Michael Clark Vor Monat

    I love Rot Kohl, and on taste alone I could eat it by the gallon. However, my system will not tolerate it, and I refuse to subject myself to that much gastrointestinal distress.
    The hazelnut cream (I'm assuming that's Nutella) is another thing for which I love the taste, but I get the worst gastro problems from it, too.

  • Gerald Maresch
    Gerald Maresch Vor Monat

    I dislike raw bell peppers. Cooked they are a bit better, but I'd still omit them if I have a choice.

  • Debra Tillman
    Debra Tillman Vor Monat

    goulash is my favorite german main course!!!!

  • Fleck Smugbrother
    Fleck Smugbrother Vor Monat

    I don't care for Sauerkraut, but I've become quite a fan of Rotkohl. Licorice can just kiss my rosy behind. Shaved Rettich has become a favorite. And how could you not like Currywurst? A staple....

  • Luca L
    Luca L Vor 2 Monate

    I really love the Schwarzbrot from a bakery in a village near where I live, but I am not a fan of most Schwarzbrot.

  • Luca L
    Luca L Vor 2 Monate

    I get why someone might dislike nutella, but I really think it is
    different and much more chocolate than a typical haselnut or
    "Nougat"-creme, which is the filling of the sweets she ate there.

  • Luca L
    Luca L Vor 2 Monate

    I like Rotkohl, but it also strongly depends on the recipe, e.g. I like the Rohkohl of my mom very much, but I really dislike the one of my grandmother and the one I ate last week in a restaurant was somewhere in between. Btw my mother and grandmother are both really great cooks, so the issue isn't there. I really like the solid ("al dente") one instead of the very soft one, also especially the softer ones tend to be more sweet which I also dislike and as Stefan said you've got the sweet one. I think (if not fresh) the frozen one is much more sweet than the inlaid in a glass is.

  • Jack Cruse
    Jack Cruse Vor 2 Monate

    youre annoying asf

  • Carrie Davis
    Carrie Davis Vor 2 Monate

    I stayed at a hostel where there were a bunch of Germans, and every single one of them had a jar of nutella with them 😂

  • Jörg Koch
    Jörg Koch Vor 2 Monate

    Nicht einfach Rotkohl essen, du solltest mal einen guten selbstgemachten Apfel-Rotkohl probieren, zusammen mit Rheinischem Sauerbraten und Klößen!

  • Volteer
    Volteer Vor 2 Monate

    I'm confused by you loving peanut butter but not liking hazelnut cream because "it's not chocolaty enough"

  • Maxine Tindall
    Maxine Tindall Vor 2 Monate

    Radishes are mostly served with salt on side of plate and eaten raw.

  • Maxine Tindall
    Maxine Tindall Vor 2 Monate

    We make red cabbage with onions apples and caraway seeds. We start with onions add the add cabbage stir fry it till soft add sliced apples salt pepper and a few caraway seeds. Some people put vinegar on table to put small amount on cabbage dish.

  • Victorix
    Victorix Vor 2 Monate

    Why would your taste change?

  • dotcomnsense
    dotcomnsense Vor 2 Monate

    I am with you on the hazelnut spread. I like hazelnut in its nut form but if it's made into a cream or spread....no. I hate Nutella. I also do not like curry so I don't think I'd like the currywurst, but I've never actually tried it. I do enjoy the rest of the items on your list.

  • Sabina Hertzum
    Sabina Hertzum Vor 3 Monate

    Red cabbage is Amazing... as a side to some specific foods... here in Denmark we usually eat it with pork roast ( flæskesteg) or even fried mestballs ( frikadeller) - it is NOT supposed to be eaten in its own... - I usually make it in a pot with ‘Ribs’ jelly, or a black currant ‘saft’
    The hazelnut cream is to me a variant on Nutella - I feel Nutella is waaay to sweet, so I prefer the nutcream...
    Swartzbrot is to me kinda boring - Im more in to rye bread with waaaay more seeds in it...
    but with the nut cream on top- yuuuuum...
    The last two - I’m totally with you on those...
    I’m kinda sad that you chose to eat some of the things on their own - the ones mentions above are all meant to be eaten with something else...
    there are a LOT of foods that are kinda bland or unappetizing on their own, but are amazing combined with the right things..

  • Sabrina Clark
    Sabrina Clark Vor 3 Monate

    I love all of those things except the black licorice.

  • Julsy Jules
    Julsy Jules Vor 3 Monate

    Your face at the end of the slow motion!!!! 😂😂😂😂😂 just great!!! I had to laugh so much 😂😂😂

  • my busy life
    my busy life Vor 3 Monate

    I just had three large Nutella sandwiches for breakfast. How can you not like Nutella?

  • Michela Sgarbi
    Michela Sgarbi Vor 3 Monate

    Nutella is overrated. I like it, but it's not so healthy to eat and other sweet spreads are tastier. So, ok, but there's much better.

  • Bill Rosli
    Bill Rosli Vor 3 Monate

    nutella is international it’s not just a german thing. it’s weird it’s included and it’s weird you don’t like it

  • VampireKonekoChan
    VampireKonekoChan Vor 3 Monate

    1. Warm red cabbage - I dislike it, I prefer eating it cold 2. Hazelnutspread/Nutella - I don't like every hazelnut spread but I ❤ Nutella 3. Schwarzbrot - can't remember having eaten one 4. Lakritze - ew ew just gross, disgusting 5. Radish - yeah I like eating just the radish 6. Currywurst - can't really tell, I don't remember the flavor

  • Sue Lily
    Sue Lily Vor 3 Monate +1

    OMG, Dana, you have some incredible reflexes.

  • Terpsi Twinkle
    Terpsi Twinkle Vor 3 Monate

    I also do not like Nutella and liquorice.

  • Rebekka Ferris
    Rebekka Ferris Vor 3 Monate

    I love all these foods. I like Nutella on bread with a piece of Gouda on top.

  • Tobias Kluke
    Tobias Kluke Vor 3 Monate

    I am not a big fan of pears or asparagus, and I totally HATE brussel sprouts, marzipan and coffee!
    Cooked red cabbage is one of my favorites, especially with knödel.
    And I am a big fan of (salty) licorice, but I come from northern Germany where it's supposed to be more popular. :)

  • Peter
    Peter Vor 3 Monate

    Red cabbage is not for salads (just like kale you crazy Americans).
    Put some apples into the cabbage!
    Too bad you don’t love Nutella... but have to agree on the rye bread.
    Give salty licorice a go again 😊

  • 胡龙豪
    胡龙豪 Vor 3 Monate

    I would eat red cabbage just like how I would eat stinky tofu

  • KiraNear
    KiraNear Vor 3 Monate

    I dislike Schwarzbrot and Nutella too XD
    And Licorice ... well, I hate it X_X

  • bts Kookie
    bts Kookie Vor 3 Monate

    Im german and I hate everything you ate in this vid😂💜

  • AlfredIceman
    AlfredIceman Vor 3 Monate

    I love Radish diced up and served with Tomato Juice as a garnish to a curry, it's both Hot and cold at the same time...

  • James Harrison
    James Harrison Vor 3 Monate +1

    Not sure how someone does not like hazelnut spread, my wife can spoon that stuff. I like it on English Muffins or toast for breakfast. Just had Rotkohl for dinner today with BBQ spareribs, and homemade Klöße. The black bread or Pumpernickel I don’t eat alone, but with some nice Schinken, and German Pickels or Onion it is great. As for Lakritz, Harribo Schnecken is my favorite, did not get any this time as my wife ate both bags we took home from Munich. Radish are ok, I guess, really wanted some white radish dishes while visiting just did not see any on the menus. Did get to try Bretzel und Obatzda, while there, the wife said it was nasty, but I liked it. If near Frankfurt you need to try handkäse mit music.

  • TheRainbowLP
    TheRainbowLP Vor 3 Monate

    Ich hasse deine videos zu tode!Mal ganz ehrlich ich hasse deine Videos!Das beleidigt mich voll was du abundzu für Lügen erzählst über deutschen!

  • Feiner Fug
    Feiner Fug Vor 3 Monate

    No wonder you didn´t get hazelnut paste in the US. All US hazelnuts are shipped to Europe, no kidding.
    French and Italian cuisine made it a thing.
    Schwarzbrot kannst du toasten UND Haselnußcreme drauftun. Yum. Try Pumpernickel toasted and with peanut butter AND Hazelnut smudge.

  • Katastroofi Eelne
    Katastroofi Eelne Vor 3 Monate

    I don't like peanut butter.

  • Lioba Brückner
    Lioba Brückner Vor 3 Monate

    I LOOOOVE Rotkohl, currywurst, Nutella and Lakritz XD

  • Zeitungsgift
    Zeitungsgift Vor 3 Monate

    Science has discovered that you have to have new food seven times before one begins to like it.

  • Guitarplayer 007
    Guitarplayer 007 Vor 3 Monate

    The Currywurst looks absolutely fantastic! How did Mr. German Man do this?

  • Mc Eater
    Mc Eater Vor 3 Monate


  • Lulu Manu
    Lulu Manu Vor 3 Monate

    Listen. You're just not credible: you don't like Nutella. Which has been scientifically proven to be impossible.

  • Binidj
    Binidj Vor 3 Monate

    Hot red cabbage is a staple of Christmas lunch for me ... tasty!
    How could anyone not like Nutella? I think your tastebuds are dead.
    Schwarzbrot is delicious with some fresh, savoury quark ... mmmmm!
    Radishes are wonderful! Seriously, you need help.
    Like you I used to dislike liquorice; unlike you, I now really like it.
    Being vegetarian I have never had currywurst but if it's sausage with curry sauce then it sounds like something you'd get at a fish and chip shop here.

  • Scha Le
    Scha Le Vor 3 Monate

    Does that mean there is no Nutella in the US? How?
    That Schwarzbrot, isn't that Pumpernickel?

  • Hans-Georg Lundahl
    Hans-Georg Lundahl Vor 3 Monate

    Do I like these foods?
    Yes, except salt licorice.

  • Bücherwurm
    Bücherwurm Vor 3 Monate

    This is one of my favourite Videos! It's so funny 😂😁

  • It's Lea
    It's Lea Vor 3 Monate

    I looooooveeee "rotkohl" 😍

  • Wilhelm Denninghaus
    Wilhelm Denninghaus Vor 3 Monate

    Hi Dana, you have to prepare the ROTKOHL with raisins and apple pieces. hmmm!

  • Minotarus
    Minotarus Vor 3 Monate

    First I thought: Omg how could anyone ever possibly dislike Nutella but then the shock was over and I could watch your Video.

  • Aifa J.
    Aifa J. Vor 3 Monate

    As an american abroad as well, I am convinced this is a thing.We change our food habits in Europe and learn to like liquorice. I even like the super strong salt one now too.

  • Eisblatt Tonks
    Eisblatt Tonks Vor 3 Monate

    I don't really like Rotkohl either🤔

  • Jellyfish Swag
    Jellyfish Swag Vor 3 Monate

    Oh come on! Why would you dislike one of the best chocolate flavours on earth?! I love chocolate with hazelnut filling and hazelnut spread!

  • Riomy13
    Riomy13 Vor 3 Monate

    xDD Except for the Rotkohl I like everything you've tasted in this video.
    And I actually considered myself to be a rather picky eater...seems like I was wrong. I just mostly disliked almost every sort of cabbage when its boiled. Kale, brussel sprouts... uaaaargh...and savoy especially. Also I like spinach raw as a salad but the moment its boiled it gets bad again...

  • Gabriel Maurer
    Gabriel Maurer Vor 3 Monate

    I hope you get deported

  • sew biz
    sew biz Vor 3 Monate

    How do you not know what Nutella is? I love that stuff and its Highly popular in California

  • Raya Al Hajri
    Raya Al Hajri Vor 3 Monate

    Now I am craving all sorts of foods found in Germany 💔
    I do hate Arcola and horseradish but maybe horseradish with salt and lemon might taste good actually.

  • Southafrican German
    Southafrican German Vor 4 Monate

    I love Philadelphia with Milka! It's so good.

  • Jule
    Jule Vor 4 Monate

    well curry wurst needs to be red.... so big mistake -.- white is for noob, sorry guys, Red is the onliest true saussage for it

  • rednight
    rednight Vor 4 Monate

    I love Danish red cabbage, and dark rye bread and they are pretty similar to the German versions
    I love liquorice, always have
    Hazelnuts are amazing, I don't really like peanuts and I hate peanut butter
    I like radishes
    Never tried currywurst

  • Xu Zu
    Xu Zu Vor 4 Monate

    I still dislike most German foods. Rotkohl is okay. The chocolate is overrated. Most of it is waxy. Milka is good. You can keep any of the ground pig products which are innumerable. Teewurst for example is spleen, hoof and snout.
    Schnitzel is overrated. It's always dry and overcooked. It's actually an import from Italy and they do it so much better. I make a great version from chicken with a little lemon and not so overcooked...a little lemon, yum. But German schnitzel is so overcooked that it's just dry and stringy.
    The pastries are dry and flavorless. And every bakery in the country is identical. I have a theory that all German pastries are made in a giant factory in Hamburg. It's all dry, flavorless and boring.
    I compare this to my town which had many craft bakeries which made, for example, carefully crafted little pastry cups filled with starfruit, blueberries and other fruit artfully arranged.
    My in laws come over sometimes with the mandatory coffee and bring the trocken (dry) flavorless German pastries and I choke down one just to be polite. The coffee helps make it moist enough to actually swallow. Horrible, just horrible. And I've tried pastries all over Germany. They're the exact same swill everywhere. Horrible just horrible.
    German bread tastes like wet concrete. It's truly terrible. I'm a baker. I love a good whole wheat bread or other hardy breads. But no, German bread is God awful. You may as well eat saw dust.
    They have great produce and meats but German cooking sucks.
    German pumpernickel is realky bad. My German wife came to America and her reaction to the food was..,wow, this is way better.
    Licorice is terrible.
    Gummy bears, especially Haribo are just hard and flavorless. And thry don't chew, they just break up into smaller hard chunks.
    I love radishes. I never thought of them as a German thing, I ate them whole in America too. Ive seen radishes served whole in America a zillion times.
    Oh, I forgot beer. This is one of the great myths of Germany. German bear is bland and lacks any creativity or flavor. The majority is Pils that's no better than Budweiser. Really lacklustre. It's not horrible...just boring and very, very average.
    And it's not just me. Look up any world beer competition and Germany is barely a footnote. The beer lovers of the world know America, Belgium, the UK, Australia and many other countries produce far superior beer.
    One of the great surprises is coming across a good beer in Germany. It's rare. I've actually gone off beer here as it's just not good. After trying a zillion beers that were all the same crap I got sick of trying. You can go in any store and choose virtually any beer and it's going to be intrinsically the same as the one next to it.
    Whereas, in America, the craft beer industry has flourished and pushed our beer choice and quality far beyond anything in Germany. Germany's beer reputation is not deserved and is a mystique left over from the 70s when America didn't produce good beer either.

    • Xu Zu
      Xu Zu Vor 3 Monate

      +HU Zeitler agreed.

    • HU Zeitler
      HU Zeitler Vor 3 Monate

      I recommend: ye local Asia Shoppe!

  • Aleks Mauz
    Aleks Mauz Vor 4 Monate

    mein Freund mag auch keinen Rotkohl, außer wenn meine Oma den zubereitet... jeder hat da ja ein eigenes Rezept.... evt. magst du Rotkohl doch, nur eben anders gewürzt. Bei der Currywurst ist es genauso... manche Currygewürze schmecken andere nicht

  • Wiki Pedia
    Wiki Pedia Vor 4 Monate

    Ist das nicht Nousett...ist nicht Nuss
    Schneckt cremiger als Nougat,aber nicht so fest wie Haselnuss 🌰

  • Wiki Pedia
    Wiki Pedia Vor 4 Monate

    Haribo Lakritze schmeckt nicht..das ist keine richtige Lakritze😲

  • Wiki Pedia
    Wiki Pedia Vor 4 Monate

    Das ist KEIN SchwarzBrot sondern Pupernickel...
    Etwas Butter und Tomaten drauf..dann schmeckts

  • Julia Vielleicht
    Julia Vielleicht Vor 4 Monate

    Rotkohl schmeckt echt am besten von Iglo 👍🏼😂
    -> (Apfel-Rotkohl)

  • Michelle DA
    Michelle DA Vor 4 Monate

    Oh haha I really love "Schwarzbrot" I was in London last week and I hadn't miss something as much as my "Schwarzbrot" 😂😂

  • Mina _
    Mina _ Vor 4 Monate

    Herr deutscher herr.....woaw was fürn name

  • Mina _
    Mina _ Vor 4 Monate

    Raddish is good

  • Mina _
    Mina _ Vor 4 Monate

    Keina mag lakritze...

  • Madita Meier
    Madita Meier Vor 4 Monate

    Oh maybe try Nutella with peanut butter on toast, tastes like snickers

  • Madita Meier
    Madita Meier Vor 4 Monate

    Even when I lived in the US, everyone had Nutella 🤔😂

  • Küpper- Catzchen
    Küpper- Catzchen Vor 4 Monate

    You have to eat rotkohl with sauerbraten.
    And don't you have nougat chocolate and nutella ?

    • Carpe Diem
      Carpe Diem Vor 3 Monate

      In the U.S. Nutella became widely sold only in the past decade. American kids were used to peanut butter and jelly - or peanut butter and marshmallow fluff - on their white bread sandwiches. And adults were happy with butter and jelly as toppings for breakfast toast. Nougat chocolates are still not popular here.

  • Florian Trück
    Florian Trück Vor 4 Monate

    For the radish one tip: slice it like a tomato and add it to an italian salad. :-)

  • Florian Trück
    Florian Trück Vor 4 Monate

    Red cabbage is some kind of special. The correct treatment is important. Also the correct combination with other foods. Go and look for Apfelrotkohl (red cabbage with apple) this is much more soft in its taste and is more eatable. Also don't forget the laurel leaves (2 per cooking pot) and the cloves (2-3 per cooking pot). Both are important. Eat in combination with mashed potatoes (Kartoffelbrei) and some deer-meat with red wine sauce.

  • Cheryl Bailey
    Cheryl Bailey Vor 4 Monate

    Licorice is very common in the US.

  • Maja Rogowski
    Maja Rogowski Vor 4 Monate

    I love all this 6 things... like wtf you dislike them

  • RobWhittlestone
    RobWhittlestone Vor 4 Monate +1

    Rotkohl is often part of autumn dishes "nach Jägerart" - hunter style. In Switzerland it's usually Spätzle with red cabbage and apple sauce and some cut of deer meat ("Reh") -schnitzel and sauce. I'm not a huge fan but I eat it. I like Spätzle less.
    Liquorice is called "Bärendreck" - bear droppings in Switzerland. Currywurst - also not my thing.
    What about Kalbshaxen? Sweet mustard? Spätzle?
    Greetings from Switzerland, Rob

    • barfuss2007
      barfuss2007 Vor 21 Tag

      Swiss cheese and cocolate are best

  • Yule Forrest
    Yule Forrest Vor 4 Monate

    Schwarzbrot is not meant to be eaten alone :D

  • Yule Forrest
    Yule Forrest Vor 4 Monate

    Is the Rotkohl homemade? If not I would not like it either