Germans' love of sausage is legendary. Per capita consumption averages some 30 kilos a year. So what's so great about German sausage - and why do Germans eat so much of it? Find out in the first part of our series: Those Germans...
Four inmates have been accused of stealing pork from a prison kitchen and storing the meat in freezers in their cells. No one is sure what the prisoners might have planned with just over 100 pounds of pork.
Love it or hate it - Germany is famous for its sausage. Here are 10 popular variations of the meaty treat.
Germans don't eat sausage, sauerkraut and potatoes all the time. Here are some of the lighter dishes they'll typically prepare during the summer. (You can still expect a few sausages and potatoes, though.)
Germany enjoys the best reputation of any country in the world, according to the latest Nation Brands Index. The survey found that there is much more than Germany's economic motor driving the positive image.
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