April 15, 2010

Be A Bürger Meister

Hungrig, aber nicht zu hungrig? Dann ist doch ein Becher Mini-Maultaschen, also Mauldäschle, genau das Richtige. Ich selbst habe es noch nicht ausprobiert, werde es aber garantiert nachholen, versprochen.
Are you hungry? But just a little? How about a cup of small Maultaschen. It's a traditional Swabian food, a mixture of minced meat, spinach, breadcrumb and onions flavoured with salt, pepper and parsley and covered with pasta dough. Unfortunately I haven't tried it myself, but I will make up for it. Promise!

9 comments:

Bruce Caspersonn said...

It might be OK, but I think I'll pass.

Mo said...

Sounds tasty. Let us know

PJ Taylor said...

Sounds delicious. I'll have the "gross" option please.

Leif Hagen said...

I'm trying to decide if I'd rather be a Burger Meister or a Burgermeister?!

Rebecca said...

I've had Maultaschen, both in the US and in Germany. We had it in Baden Baden and it was delicious, better than its US cousin. It was a fancy restaurant so they dressed it up a bit too.

Halcyon said...

Hallo! Vielen Dank fuer dein Kommentar. Mein Man kommt aus eine kleine Stadtt nicht weit von Stuetgart.

Hoffentlich, komme ich dabei ein Tag. :)

Bill said...

So 'ne Maultache schmeckt doch sicher. Besonders wo ich hier am computer sitze und auf mein Frühstück warte.

Bob Crowe said...

Sounds good to me, but a bit expensive by our standards for a small snack.

By the way, I found out through a mailing from the St. Louis Camera Club that Stuttgart and St. Louis are official sister cities. We should propose a toast.

Clueless in Boston said...

It sounds pretty good. I bet it would go good with a beer too!