German

Virgil on November 17, 2012

I decided to buy a whole rabbit from a farm participating in Augusta Locally Grown. The last time I bought and cooked a rabbit was around 1976 when my friend Dennis and I bought a live one that was butchered on the spot at the Italian Market in Philadelphia. Now, Hassenpfeffer is an old dish […]

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Virgil on April 16, 2012

When I go to Germany, the first two things I look for are currywurst and beer. No one makes either like the Germans. My favorite beer while stationed in Pirmasens in the late 1970s and early 1980s was Parkbrau’s Pirminator. A local fest beer, this stuff was and I believe still is, strong. I mean […]

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4-Maudies – Recommended This restaurant is in a small strip mall with two other outstanding restaurants, Bombay Central and Sakura (see my review of Sakura). Some of the best German food I’ve had outside of Germany. This is a small place and also a bakery. The bakery had a relatively small selection of items, but […]

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Virgil on October 29, 2010

If you are from a big city and used to a virtually unlimited selection of “exotic” foods, you may not appreciate this post. But ,if you are a small town guy like me (Augusta, GA), you may. To get hard to find foodstuffs, I usually relay on periodic trips to the Dekalb Farmers Market in […]

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