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How Corn Flakes Conquered the German Language Posted by on Nov 11, 2021

Cornflakes, curious words, curiosity, corn flakes

First a breakfast favorite in the States, then spread all over the world: Corn flakes! Created by the Kellog brothers, the light breakfast ahs seen many varieties. In the US, these are widely known as “cereal”, or “breakfast cereal”. But how do you translate that to German? Maybe you simply don’t… Here’s the curiosity of…

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Breakfast The Bavarian Way Posted by on Nov 8, 2017

Guten Tag! The topic of today is Frühstück (breakfast), but with a twist. I’d like to share some information about the traditional Bavarian breakfast with you. A traditional Bavarian breakfast consists of the following: Die Weißwurst Literally ‘white sausage’, this is a sausage made from minced veal and pork bacon, seasoned with parsley, ginger, onions…

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A Typical German Breakfast Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

I find the day always starts off better when you have a good breakfast. In Germany you usually have a very simple breakfast consisting of German bread, various toppings (butter, jam, sausage etc), boiled eggs, coffee and juice. I personally love this style of breakfast as it’s a bit like a buffet and everyday you can…

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What do Germans eat for breakfast? Posted by on Jan 18, 2011

When I get in contact with foreign cultures I am always curious about what other peoples have for Frühstück (breakfast). So, I thought that you could be curious, too, about what we Germans have for breakfast. Germans think breakfast is the most important meal of the day because it gives you all the energy you…

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