It looks promising, that strudel… I have to say.
This is what passes in Madrid for apfelstrudel:
Makes you wanna cry, doesn’t it??
I can’t remember if we had the strudel there in Kimberley. But for certain we enjoyed our dinner at the German restaurant on the edge of town! My partner is German-Canadian and raised by a mother who did fine cooking meaning, techniques she was trained for fine pastries Old World style, etc., so we are particular in German cooking interpretations in North America.
Have you been to Leavenworth? We enjoyed our time there. It truly is more “German” in spirit year round compared to Kimberley. Some pics:
We fully agree the german restaurant the Old Bauernhaus has amazing food. Really enjoyed the atmosphere there as well. We haven’t been to Leavenworth, looking at your pictures it seems they have put a bit more into their german style:)
I haven’t skied but I’ve been to Leavenworth!
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You should try the skiing, it is great fun! How was Leavenworth?
I’d love to ski but I’m not sure my knees would care for it now. Leavenworth was very pretty. We only stopped for breakfast on our way through.
Agreed – skiing can be tough on the knees:/ I can definitely feel it after a long day in the slopes.
Ahhhhh that looks heavenly!!!
Mhm – who doesn’t enjoy a nice piece of apfelstrudel! 🙂
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