Germany Tour Düsseldorf Berlin Hamburg München

Oh. what a busy week!
I was traveling from west to east, north to south, all in one week. We invited existing customers from all over Germany to discuss updates and to show some appreciation.
As you can imagine, it was busy. The events happened in the morning, after lunch we went straight to the airport or train stations and moved to the next city. Rinse, repeat.
Hence just a few pics.

Germany Tour Düsseldorf Berlin Hamburg München

Senfkrustenbraten

Above you see the most traditional dish in Düsseldorf, it’s called “Senfkrustenbraten,” a version of roast beef with mustard.
The whole thing goes into the oven, so the mustard builds a crust. It’s delicious!

The next stop was Berlin; here is proof:

We went to a Swabian restaurant. The following picture is a traditional dish in the Stuttgart region, so I was surprised to find it in Berlin.
It’s Spätzle (pasta) with lentils and sausages. Not a bad choice.

The next stop was Hamburg, just 90 minutes via train.

From Hamburg, I took a plane down to Munich.

Wait, I was here just a few weeks ago! Whatever.
The first thing I did was go to an excellent place for dinner, and they served one of my favorite dishes in German cuisine: 

It’s called “Sauerbraten,” and prepping is time-consuming.
The first step is to put a piece of beef with vinegar and some herbs into a container and put it in the fridge for a few days.
Then it gets fried on high heat for a few minutes and boiled in a sweet sauce for at least two hours.
The sour taste of the meat (the vinegar) and the sweet sauce work so well together.

That’s it, the weekend is coming, and it’s a very special one!

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Oh, what a busy week!

I was traveling from west to east, north to south, all in one week. We invited existing customers from all over Germany to discuss updates and to show some appreciation.

As you can imagine, it was busy. The events happened in the morning, after lunch we went straight to the airport or train stations and moved to the next city. Rinse, repeat.

Hence just a few pics.
Above you see the most traditional dish in Düsseldorf, it’s called “Senfkrustenbraten,” a version of roast beef with mustard. The whole thing goes into the oven, so the mustard builds a crust. It’s delicious!

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