Sunday, June 19, 2011

German Cold Cuts Lunch

When we moved to Colorado Springs 6 years ago, we had no idea how many retired military lived here.  Being raised in a German household and family I was also pleasantly surprised how many German folks live here. too.  

The benefit of that is there and several German restaurants and delis.

One of the newest is Schnitzel Fritz.  Not only do they serve hot meals, but have a small selection of German products and also have a large selection of German meats and cheese. 

We had out of town guests for lunch and wanted to serve something out of the ordinary, so we did a platter of assorted cold cuts and cheese, along with real German rye bread & pumpernickel  Yummy!!!


Duni said...

I'm sure your guests loved it :)

Anonymous said...

I live in Germany for some time and lick German Bratwurst very much but I do not like the cheese, it is to strong for someone from Asia

Marcus Hochstadt said...

Nice selection of German produces. Though I'd miss some more sorts of the beloved German bread.

But what am I complaining... whenever I am in Brazil I miss all of that yummy stuff. :-)

And Java, there exist lots of very gentle, soft cheese in Germany. The choices are plentiful and I'm sure you'll find a number of tastes that meet your needs.


Heather said...

Oh that bread looks so good!! Now I'm hungry! :-) Hello from Denver.

unikorna said...

Impressing feast, pleasant reading, lovely pictures, I really like your blog. :) kisses

Deborah said...

O.k.....I was not hungry until I came here! It ALL looks very good!I will have to do some experimenting!

Brenda said...

All of those meats, cheeses, and breads look delicious!

Veronica Lee said...

Mmmm!!!! Yummy!

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Happy Saturday!