The Beginning of German Food

I was working in Neuss, Germany today. For lunch, we went to a place called Pizza Meister (aka Pizza Master). It wasn’t all German food but they had a good mixture of dishes called wursts, schnitzels, salats and pizzas. I had Cevapcici mit Djuwec Reis..something something with rice. It was a nice combination of some veggies, rices and sausages..quite good. I had no idea what it was when I was ordering it but I was really glad to see it wasn’t circles and circles of big sausages. See..not all German food are about meat and more meat..My co-workers are determined to make me try some pork knuckles, oxe tails and really big sausages. oh boy..

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6 Responses to The Beginning of German Food

  1. Ashley says:

    Definitely try German beers too!

  2. Donna says:

    I thought cevapici was a Sarajevo specialty. Oh well. Glad you liked!
    Ox tails and pork knuckles are definitely delicious if done right so you should try. Who knows what kind of sausage you’re getting… have you had the curry veal ones yet?

  3. JJ says:

    Make sure to try some raw ground pork sandwiches!

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