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Culinary Specialties of Baden

The region of Baden was a former German state (1806-1945). Today it is found within the German state of Baden Württemberg. Baden is known for the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) as well as being a "culinary paradise."

Cooking in Baden has been influenced by it's neighbors, France and Switzerland. Likewise, the region's fertile soil and warm climate has always provided an abundant selection of foods, giving locals the ability to create a wide variety of delicacies.

A list of popular foods and dishes in Baden are listed below.

Soups & Casseroles
Potato Soup (Kartoffelsuppe)

Meats
Black Forest Ham (Schwarzwälder Schinken)
Veal Roulade (Kalbsrouladen)

Noodles and Other Side Dishes
Dampfnudeln
Knöpfle (short, round Spätzle)

Vegetables
Spargel (Asparagus)
Kartoffel (Potatoes)

Cakes, Breads, Pastries
Bauernbrot
Hefezopf
Linzer Torte
Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (Black Forest Cake)
Zwiebelkuchen (Onion Cake)
Springerle
Blechkuchen (a.k.a. Wähe) with various toppings (Plums, Apples, Crumbs)

Wurst & Cheese
Black Forest Ham (Schwarzwälder Schinken)
Blutwurst
Liverwurst (Leberwurst)
Rote

Salads
Potato Salad (Kartoffelsalat)

Beverages
Riesling Wine
Spätburgunder Red Wine
Culinary Specialties of Baden



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