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German Food

Find here the most tradtional, authentic, famous or
popular foods from Germany

German Food as gift is always a great idea. Not only has Germany many food specialities to offer, but also are German dishes delicious and come really from the heart.

And while you research this page, you may also want to learn some german food expressions... (see the "learn german free" videos at the bottom)

In the following you’ll find some typical german gift ideas for the "gourmet".

German Bread

It’s no secret that you’ll find the most types of bread in here Germany, I’ve counted about 400 - most of which are yummy, dark breads - real "protein bombs". For example the Landbrot ("farm bread") made mainly of wheat, sunflower bread with sunflower seeds or the black, grainy pumpernickel. Also very popular is the salty pretzel, see picture below (german: Bretzel), mostly eaten with butter.

german food

German Sausages

There exist about 1500 varieties of german sausage (german wurst) including Wienerwurst, Bierschinken, Bierwurst and Bratwurst. Most of the sausages are made of pork. For detailed informations see our review of german wurst.

Sweet Food Gifts

Some suggestions for a sweet tooth you'll find in our candy gift box and other sweet food gifts section.

German Wine

Not only Italy and France but also Germany produces quality wine, sparkling wine (Sekt), and brandy (Weinbrand). Read here which superb quality wines Germany has to offer. Read here everything you need to know to choose the right produk drw skincare german wine.

German Beer

Germany has around 6000 varieties of beer. Germans are also very proud of their good beer. In September each year the popular Oktoberfest in Munich praises German beer (and drinking it).

When you consider a german beer gift don’t forget to buy the appropriate german beer glasses or german beer stein (you'll find them on this website too)

More german food

- traditional german food
- famous german food (Maultaschen)
- more traditional german foods (Frikadellen, Knödel, Schnitzel)
- Oktoberfest food

Food Gift Baskets

Of course those food examples build all a great selection for a german gift basket.Click here to learn how to assemble a perfect german gift basket!

Gifts made by yourself

Maybe you prefer to cook or bake a german food gift. No problem! Find here some german recipe inspirations.

Learn German Food Terms

German Food Terms (general)

Learn in the following some german food expressions for free

German Fruits

German Vegetables

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