According to guide books, German people like to eat well at lunch time. A three-course meal isn’t unusual. While Cake Girl doesn’t have the fortitude for large volume savoury feasting at midday, it does mean there are plenty of yummy options at lunch times.
Biergarten (beer garden) offerings always include lots of meat. A delicious cheesey treat is obazda, a pale orange spread made with camembert. cream cheese and paprika. It is especially good with red onion to cut through the richness, and eaten with bread.
Another popular menu item is weiswurst (white sausage made with veal and parsley) eaten with lashings of mustard and bretze (pretzel-shaped bread).
Even lunch eaten at home is simply delicious: hearty bread, crunchy radishes, peppery rocket, red onion and obazda.