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Zwiebelkuchen and Federweisser

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CommunityPublished: Saturday, 14 October 2017 15:59Written by Karin Stumph
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As you may have noticed, there are little stands and booths popping up all over the place, especially at grocery stores or at your local farmers markets. They are advertising “neuer Wein”, “Federweisser” or “neuer Suesser” and it all really means the same thing, depending on which area of Germany you are in.

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Filderkraut Party!!

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: EventsPublished: Wednesday, 11 October 2017 19:49Written by Karin Stumph
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It is well known that Germany celebrates all kinds of harvests, the wine harvests, apple harvests, even pumpkin harvests. Like every proper celebration, with the harvest fests come the naming of the king or queen, like our wine queens.

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Homemade onion cake

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: RecipesPublished: Tuesday, 10 October 2017 14:33Written by Johannes Guggenberger
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With the end of the summer comes the end of light eating, yes!! Feel free to cheer! Out with the salads, light fruity cakes and grilled meat and in with thick gravy’s, hearty meats and layered creamy cakes. Fall is the time where food is plentiful, celebrated and fruit is turned into wine and spirits to keep it well preserved for the long winter months.

We already send you out to celebrate the harvest at the many little wine fests and thanksgiving parties, but if you like it cozy at home, why not try making the traditional onion cake yourself. Give it a try, let us know how it turned out, we love to hear from you!

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The 70th Annual “Fellbacher Herbst”, October 6th - 9th, 2017

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: EventsPublished: Wednesday, 04 October 2017 16:53Written by Patrick Chaparro
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The Cannstatt Volksfest is now coming to an end, and after two weeks of beer being sold by “Maß”, it’s about time for something new, don‘t you agree? Following the lines of this little bit of Swabian advice “Wein nach Bier, das rat ich dir!”, which means something along the lines of “Wine after beer and you‘re in the clear”, the Fellbacher Herbst festival starts on the second weekend of October, and the last weekend of the Volksfest. The Fellbacher Herbst is one of the largest Thanksgiving and wine festivals of the region, and it is expected to draw in around 200,000 visitors over the course of 4 days—which is understandable because this festival has a lot to offer, for those big and small!

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Spicy ground beef cheese balls with bell pepper sauce and baked potatoes

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: RecipesPublished: Sunday, 24 September 2017 12:23Written by Johannes Guggenberger
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This dish is a flavor bomb, that’s for sure. Usually I try not to use the same fresh herb twice in one dish, but Oregano is very prominent in this creation.

However, and this is very important to me, it really is a great fit. BE CAREFUL with using salt in the meat balls, the grated cheese already adds a lot of flavor. If you prefer a thicker bell pepper sauce simply add some food starch, or add some raw ground potato to it.

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