Thursday, 24 December 2009 by kinakoJam
As a seasonal post, I'm throwing up some photos from a visit to our Munich office last week. Sausages and snow have a certain charm.
Below, a poster for an exhibition in Munich over the holiday period.
My bosses' weber grill languishing in the snow: you can tell there is a general reverence for meat around here
A hot plate on which Many simmers lamb stew to go with his famous crispy persian rice. Just offscreen, a carton of Hornig Bio Pfefferminztee teabags - the best mint tea I've tasted. Buy it if you can.
Ubiquitous Red Bull fridge. There are also at least two crates of apple juice at all times.
Nearby: Lonely but polite dog waiting outside the organic supermarket.
Maybe he is hoping for some kind stranger to gift him 'leberkäse' (literally 'liver cheese'), that very southern (Bavarian & Austrian) snack. A soft spam-pink meat loaf with an inviting crust, eaten sliced & warm, I like it best with hot mustard on a whole grain roll. On this trip I sampled a tasty rendition from the little shop that also sells the best pretzels, for one euro twenty cents.