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Cheese Hedgehog, a Party Snack Recipe
Der Käseigel, a Cheese Hedgehog, the "Retro" party snack from Germany. Currently enjoying a popular and widespread renaissance, it was the ultimate cold buffet food during the 1960's and 1970's, and is now just as likely to be found accompanying a summer BBQ as a snack during winter months.

Chestnut Jam, German Recipe
Chestnut Jam, Kastanien Konfitur, is a popular seasonal recipe produced in Germany's kitchens from foraged nuts. The Romans brought chestnuts to Germania as they conquered the region, so during fall and winter they are found throughout the country, and the delicious jam is one of many recipes.

Chestnut Soup, German Recipe
Chestnuts are among many things that the Romans introduced to "Germania", and during fall and winter they are a favorite for "Food Foraging". Used as a base for many traditional German dishes one of the most popular is Chestnut Soup, with variations that range from simple to the exotic.

Christmas in Germany
Christmas Eve, "Heiligabend", is not only the most eagerly awaited but also the most significant of Germany's Twelve Days of Christmas. "Weihnachten" - filled with celebration and age old customs. A rich and colorful mix of the religious, secular, traditional, folk and...food.

Christmas Tree Apple, the Paradiesapfel
A red apple sits among the branches of some German Christmas Trees during Weihnachtszeit and until Epiphany. "Der Paradiesapfel" - The Paradise Apple. In some regions it was believed to be a symbol of "Hope" and "Promise" that something lost will be found, a goal or purpose revealed or achieved.

Cologne Cathedral - Story of a Gothic Masterpiece
It had taken 600 years, but in 1880 Cologne Cathedral was completed at last. Construction began when the city was part of the Holy Roman Empire, but finished in a newly United Germany with Wilhelm I as its first Emperor. A stunning building it is one of the country's most important monuments.

Cologne Chocolate Museum
Something for all chocolate fans. It looks like a ship moored on the Rhine River, but there are 3,000 years of chocolate history, a child and adult friendly interactive journey from cocoa bean to chocolate bar, and free samples in Cologne's Chocolate Museum. The world's largest Chocolate Museum.

Currywurst, Germany's Sausage and Sauce, a Recipe
Life without Currywurst is unthinkable for many Germans. Grilled sausage with curry sauce, the iconic fast food snack enjoyed everywhere from tourist spots to city streets, as well as a favorite photo opportunity for Presidents and Film Stars. Authentic recipe for the special sauce.

Denglisch and Germany's War of Words
It is a popular, even trendy, German English language mixture,but "Denglisch", doesn't thrill everyone, and has a few powerful opponents. Some of the most commonly used words and phrases have been banned for use in many official offices and documents.

Denglisch, Germany's Mix of Deutsche and English
Mother-tongue speakers are usually loyal to their national language, and Germany is no exception, but recently Anglicism's have been adopted with an amazing lack of restraint bringing about the rise of "Denglisch". And not everyone is thrilled.

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