Meet the French Red Wine That Germany Made Better
Thought it's made in France, Rotspon is bottled and sold in Germany, where many say that it tastes even better than the stuff back in Bordeaux.
Marzipan Pigs Are the Sweetest Way to Celebrate New Year's in Germany
In the German language, Schwein gehabt or “having a pig” means being lucky, and giving away little porkies made of sugar and almond paste is a New Year’s tradition meant for good fortune.
This 200-Year-Old Marzipan Factory Makes an Entire German Town Smell Like Candy
Real-deal marzipan is still made the old-fashioned way in Lübeck, Germany, where an army of candy artisans is preparing for the holidays.
German Shoppers Surprised with Free Needles Hidden in Their Meat
This week, a German woman is on trial for slipping needles into supermarket meat in an attempt to show consumers how dangerous the industrial food system is.