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    Tea Girl
    Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:53 am
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    Lalaloula wrote:
    Make sure you do give me a shout before coming up here. I might be able to show you one or two very good restaurants. I love eating out here! icon_biggrin.gif
    Oh, I can definitely understand your language/accent troubles. Even I (who speaks German as a mother tongue) have problems understanding some of the people in the Ruhrgebiet or Bavaria. Its like they were speaking some completely different language. But well, most of them do speak some sort of high German so whenever Im completely lost I just smile and ask them politely if they could repeat it in a less accent rich speak. icon_wink.gif
    Maybe you've said it already, but if it's not rude, I'd luv to know how come you're in Germany now. When did you move here? Do you find settling in alright? I truly hope you like it here!
    Have a great day everyone!
    Warmest regards
    Loula


    No, I don't mind you asking. My husband is German so I moved here to be with him. We met in a language school in France, and that is why I spoke almost no German at first. It is coming a lot faster that I am living here full time, I was studying in the UK so I was only here part time until September.

    I like it here, in some ways it is easier to deal with being here than it was the UK, even with the language issues. People here are generally nice. Now that I am here all the time I have been able to make my own friends and so on. I am still getting used to some things, but that will come with time. I feel more at home here than I do most places, including where I grew up, I always have cultural shock when I go to see my family. icon_smile.gif
    dmd143
    Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:08 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    hi iam german an i live in the US since october 2007.
    Pets'R'us
    Thu Feb 12, 2009 12:15 pm
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    dmd143 wrote:
    hi iam german an i live in the US since october 2007.


    Welcome to Zaar dmd!! I hope you will enjoy it here!!
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    Lalaloula
    Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:49 am
    Forum Host
    dmd143 wrote:
    hi iam german an i live in the US since october 2007.


    Welcome dmd143! I hope youll have a wonderful time here on zaar! If you have any questions/queries/problems or the like, please do not hesitate to ask in the forums. The people here are so nice and always more than happy to help!
    Kind regards from Hamburg
    Loula
    elmolu09
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:09 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am on an extended visit in Bonn, Germany assisting my daughter with her 4 1/2, almost 3 and 2 month old children.
    I got to this site because I was looking for information about eating uncooked schinkenwurst which the toddlers love. There is a note on it saying to cook it in the oven but they hate it that way. I want to know if it is safe to eat it as a cold cut.
    sugar maple
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:55 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Hi. If it's the bologna type of Schinkenwurst you're talking about, it should be fine eaten as a cold cut since it's already cooked. I've never heard of heating it, actually. What exactly does it say on the package?
    elmolu09
    Thu Jul 16, 2009 2:35 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My German is rudimentary and I am not there right now but will be returning on Sunday. I am pretty sure it said to heat in oven for 5-10 minutes before eating. Since then my daughter asked a neighbor and she says it is safe to eat it uncooked. thanks for replying.
    My daughter also said that today she found a brand that says nothing about heating.
    Mia in Germany
    Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:52 am
    Forum Host
    Hi,

    I've already visited other threads but didn't think to post here icon_smile.gif
    I'm in Germany, NRW, tucked between the Ruhrgebiet and the Dutch border. Maybe I'm not the best adress to ask about typical German food because my dad was from Romania and my mother didn't cook a lot of typical German dishes. But my German grandfather used to be a confectioner, so I know something about German cakes, tarts, chocolates etc icon_lol.gif

    Mia
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