Oh, and here's a fun fact that we learned. "Traditional" German Potato Salad (which we have always served hot in the U.S.) is actually served cold / lukewarm!
Even though the lady is blurry in this photo, it's one of my favorites. The oldest sausage kitchen in Germany...in Regensberg.
Okay, it wasn't all about the sausage, sometimes we had pretzels...
Let's not forget the apple strudel!
And while we're on apples...my sweet sister really wanted a fried McDonald's Apple Pie (evidently, they bake them in the States...)
The one thing that I missed while on vacation (well, aside from my entire make-up bag that I forgot at home...) was ice. I'm not sure why Americans put ice in their drinks, but I sure do appreciate it. Anyone who knows me, knows that I have a small Starbucks "problem." In Munich, I found a Starbucks...and ice.
Young Boy found a new cola, Schwip Schwap.
Pork cutlet cordon bleu.
The BEST meals were homemade by our lovely hostess Gini. Cooking is a passion for her and her food tasted amazing! Traditional German Potato Balls and Cabbage Salad with Bacon.
This Strawberry Cake with Meringue-like top melted in your mouth!
For the meals in Gini's home, she set the table with white linen napkins and beautiful silver napkin rings. I'm pretty sure that she's the German-version of Martha Stewart! Such a gracious and talented soul.
Oh wait, found another sausage picture!