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Bavarian Cheese Spread Recipe

A hoppy, malty, creamy dip for your next party
Sep 24, 2013 4:00 pm
Photo: Lara Ferroni

If you're a fan of cooking with beer...only like, REALLY cooking with beer, the American Craft Beer Cookbook is a volume that should never leave your kitchen. First up, let's start simple with beer cheese. Would you like a brew with that snack? 

10 Places To Eat, Drink And Caffeinate In Prague

The Czech capital puts a new focus on culinary
May 29, 2013 9:01 am

Good food was practically nonexistent in Prague during Soviet times, and when democracy arrived, the finer restaurants that cropped up tended to boast a Continental bill of fare — when they weren't serving lousy pizza. Recently, though, all that's been changing. Here are 10 places to experience all that's happening in the dining and drinking landscape.

DBGB's Super Secret Sauerkraut Recipe

But a secret no more!
Apr 3, 2013 4:01 pm

We recently interviewed Eli Collins, executive chef at Daniel Boulud's sausage-centric restaurant DBGB, after a sausage and beer-pairing dinner that left us speechless. Turns out, a lot of the magic is in the sauerkraut. Luckily we nabbed this proprietary recipe and patiently waited 3 weeks to see how it turned out. The results, after the jump. 

Video: The Difference Between Greek And German Taverns

As interpreted from the Greek side of the coin
Feb 6, 2013 6:03 pm

Check out this video from Greek sketch comedy show Kapse To Senario, which compares how Greeks and Germans dine in taverns/tavernas (“less fancy restaurants,” as you will learn). This quite possibly has international incident written all over it.

Our 25 Favorite Oktoberfest Recipes

With great beer comes great drunk munchies
Oct 4, 2012 2:01 pm

With the festivities set to end this coming weekend, we present you with our 25 favorite Oktoberfest-related recipes (actually 24 recipes and one instance of German sausage porn). That doesn’t sound quite right. But break out the giant beer stein and liederhosen, cause it's on. 

Oktoberfest Pork Shank Recipe

Schweinshaxen doesn't care about pronunciation
Sep 27, 2012 2:01 pm

 I know the Schweinshaxen from a very famous 600-seat biergarten in Vienna, where I studied. They'd serve hundreds of them during Oktoberfest; the waiters would debone the shank tableside, holding it with a cloth napkin, in just a few quick movements. 

The Restaurant Formerly Known As...

Two buzzy new eateries, repurposed from old sites
Jul 13, 2012 4:01 pm

How's this for recycling? Two awesome European restaurants spring up in once-abandoned historical buildings. Restaurant design porn after the jump.

Edi & The Wolf's Schnitzel Burger

Everyone agrees, this burger's the schnitz!
Jun 13, 2012 12:01 pm

Austrians and Germans love schnitzel. It's as ubiquitous in that region as hot dogs are here in New York. Eduard "Edi" Frauneder, co-owner of Austrian nosh spot Edi and the Wolf brought the two worlds together in NYC's East Village. 


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