German Christmas Markets: Everything You Need To Know

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  1. I would really love to try the mulled beer and accompany it with copious amounts of skewed ox! Oh, throw some kartoffeln salad and I am all yours :)

    Cheers for an awesome article, Nade!

    • NTripping says:

      Unfortunately, we didn’t get to try the ox :( We got stuffed with game Gulasch and there was no place for the ox… But Glühbier we tried and weren’t very excited by it. Definitely sticking to Glühwein!

      I’m not sure if you can find Kartoffelsalat at a Christmas market. I’m a fan of huge Folienkartoffeln from the oven with toppings, those I’ve seen at Christmas markets.


  2. Jimmy Wales says:

    I Would like to follow Your article on these Christmas

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