The weather outside is frightful, but our Glühwein is so delightful! When the weather turns nasty it’s the best time to come and have a glass of our delicious Glühwein: a warm, red wine flavored with cinnamon, cloves and a touch of lemon.
Glühwein is a specialty drink traditionally served at the Christmas markets in Germany.
We would like to congratulate Robert and Kelly Greipel on the birth of their sons on November 27, 2010!!! The boys, Jackson Lee and Jameson Andreas, are healthy, momma, daddy and big sis are well!
Dear Gasthaus guests:
We will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, Thursday, November 25, and again from December 24, 2010 – January 4, 2011.
We hope you have a safe and happy holiday season!
Your Gasthaus Team
This week we will offer Nürnberger Bratwürste with Sauerkraut and pan-fried potatoes. They are delicious!!!!
We also have Sauerkraut Soup: a brothy soup with Sauerkraut, potatoes and smoked pork (hey, did you know that Sauerkraut has a lot of Vitamin C ??!
This week’s specials are:
Soup: Cream of Cauliflower, with Chicken and a hint of curry
Salad: Wilted Spinach Salad tossed in a warm bacon dressing with pine nuts and cherry tomatoes
Hasenpfeffer (last week!)
Yes, you read it right! We will have Hasenpfeffer only for this week and then not again until next fall. This dish, a traditional fall dish in Germany, has been immensely popular with our guest.
Next special will surely become another favorite: Nürnberger Bratwürste
Stay tuned for more details….
We are still serving the Hasenpfeffer this week, see below…
The Gasthaus Salad is Harvest Salad: Salad Greens, Shaved Granny Smith Apples, Carrots, Raisins, and toasted Walnuts tossed in a Champagne Vinaigrette.
Our new soup is Cream of Cauliflower with chicken and a hint of curry, deeeeelicious!