Photo Friday: Sample of Bavarian Food

Schloss Neuschwanstein (New Swan Stone Castle) near Füssen.

During our 2019 trip to Germany, we visited Neuschwanstein Castle near Füssen, and then we took Germany’s intercity express train, Deutsche Bann, to Nuremburg. This was a great way to experience some Bavarian cuisine, which includes a lot of meat, potatoes, and noodles–foods that are common within the region’s cold and more rural climate.

Various sausages, potatoes, and salad. We enjoyed this dish so much we had it a second time while we were in Füssen.
Currywurst and pomme frites (fries) in Füssen. Definitely enough for the two of us to share.
Augustiner Pils (pilsner) in Füssen. Augustiner is my favorite beer in the whole world, and it’s brewed in Munich.
Breakfast common throughout Europe: Yogurt, cold cuts, Käse (cheese), Brot (bread), Saft (juice), and plenty of Kaffee (coffee). One of the best ways to wake up in Füssen.
Spaetzle (noodles) dish with sides and Franken wine. . .
. . . followed by Apfel (apple) steudel with ice cream and coffee in Nurmberg.
Finger sausages (centuries-old specialty of Nurmberg) with potato soup. Any lunch with Bier (beer) is a good lunch.
More finger sausages, kraut, Kartoffelsalat (potato salad), pretzels, and bread. A great finale to our stay in Nuremberg.

If you’ve visited or are from Bavaria or Germany, do you have a favorite food memory? Please tell us about it in the comment section below!

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