A taste of terroir: Fisherman’s lunch

Anna at Anna’s Cool Finds asks to join in documenting an edible piece of our locale that we have a special connection with. I have already posted some dishes, which are typical for Northern Germany. I arranged them in the slide show.

Braune Kuchen - Spicy's Gewürzmuseum

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BuchPfann 002


Rübenmus mit Kochwurst

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Birnen und Bohnen und Kasseler

I live in the northernmost Bundesland of Germany, Schleswig-Holstein: The land between two seas, between the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. On the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein 21.02.2021 ** you can still find fishing cutters, which bring the typical shrimps from the North Sea. When I spent my holidays at the North Sea, I like to peel the shrimps directly to my mouth! A delicacy is to eat a bread roll filled with the shrimps. Unfortunately I could not buy unpeeled shrimps, but I got some without preservatives. I prepared another typical dish from Schleswig-Holstein – originally called “Fisherman’s breakfast“ – but I had it for lunch.

Fisherman’s lunch

Fisherman's lunch

It’s easy to prepare:

Fischerfrühstück mit Krabben 001 Fischerfrühstück mit Krabben 002
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Fischerfrühstück mit Krabben 005 Fischerfrühstück mit Krabben 006

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** 21.02.2021 www.government.schleswig-holstein.de/gallery/index.htm not longer available

3 thoughts on “A taste of terroir: Fisherman’s lunch

  1. Rachel (Gast)

    Shrimp & Eggs?
    Yum! That looks great. I don’t think I’ve had shrimp with eggs before. MAYBE I had some shrimp in and omelette once but I don’t see the combination too often. Thanks for sharing!


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