A Taste of Germany Posted on Dec 28th, 2014 by Johanna Categories: Adventures of a Wannabe Foodie Travel First and foremost: Germany beer. Thanks to Reinheitsgebot (the “Germany Beer Purity Law”) German beers may only contain water, malt and hops. This is a typical dark beer and a hefeweizen. Wiener Schnitzel with pommes. Smoked salmon salad with eggs and potato. A wide selection of olives in the Christmas market in Traben Trarbach. All sorts of sausage at the Christmas Market. A variety of German Christmas sweets. Very fresh (alive when I ordered it) trout. A traditional German Christmas dinner: goose with a side of stuffing, a baked apple, and sweet red cabbage (not pictured). My recipeless attempt at a German Christmas dessert. Stuffed apple with a side of ice cream, topped with sweet (Spanish) sherry. A bratwurst and beer in the Traben Trarbach cave Christmas market. Share the Love!EmailPinterestTwitterFacebookGoogleLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Johanna Add Your Comment Cancel reply Comment Name * Email * Website Don't let me miss a meal!