Cookbook author and blogger about German culinary culture, Nadia Hassani chats about heritage recipes you may not find at most Oktoberfest events. She offers a new perspective on what is often considered traditional German cuisine.
Nadia shares her German recipes along with interesting stories in the links below. Be sure to uncover her German dinner party inspiration tucked into the Chestnut Mousse link.
The image of German food being heavy and unsophisticated sticks to the cuisine like skin to bratwurst. It would not be my first choice to serve at a dinner party.
German cuisine is much more than pork with mounds of sauerkraut and potatoes to be washed down with beer. Unbeknownst to most people, Germany has a highly diverse regional cuisine that uses primarily seasonal ingredients, including a large variety of vegetables and fruits.”
Chestnut Mousse & German Dinner Party Recipes
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