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German cuisine has evolved as a national cuisine through centuries of social and political change with variations from region to region.

The southern regions of Germany, including Bavaria and neighbouring Swabia, share many dishes. Austrian cuisine is very similar. This originates in common religious and cultural history. Southern Germany and Austria are mainly Catholic, so religious fasting rules for Friday, Lent and Advent, even if no longer widely practiced, have influenced the cuisine.

Germany has the second-highest number of Michelin starred restaurants, after France https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_cuisine

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Currywurst

(1 ) Bratwurst (German)

A fast food dish of German origin consisting of steamed, then fried pork sausage typically cut into slices and seasoned ...

Bratwurst

(1 ) (German)

This is a type of German sausage made from veal, pork or beef. The name is derived from the Old ...

Fondue

(1 ) (French) (German) (Swiss)

Fondue is a melted cheese served in a communal pot to dip bread inside. Cheese fondue is a traditional Swiss ...

Garrapinyades

(0 ) Gebrannte Mandeln (German) (Spanish)

nuts (usually almonds) that have been cooked in a special way, so they end up coated in browned, crunchy sugar ...

Magenbrot

(0 ) Honigkuchen, Gewü... (German)

A small, sweet glazed biscuit that shares many similarities with a gingerbread cookie. The name of the dish directly translates ...

Franzbrotchen

(0 ) Franzbrötchen (German)

a small, sweet pastry, baked with butter and cinnamon. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franzbr%C3%B6tchen

Donauwelle

(0 ) Schneewittchenkuc... (German)

A traditional sheet cake popular in Germany and Austria that's prepared with sour cherries, buttercream, cocoa, chocolate and layered batter, ...

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