At the turn of the 20th century, the modern mobile field kitchen for use in theaters of war was invented.
Steen Hanssen once again guides us through the wonders of German cuisine – this time, the classic Knödel.
Locals call it “die Thaiwiese” (the Thai-Meadow), a charming meadow located inside the small Wilmersdorfer Preußenpark in south western part of Berlin.
Steen Hanssen finds a lovely Berlin lunch Kneipe at Die Stadtklause.
Steen Hanssen takes us to the Christmas markets of the land where tannenbaums and glühwein rule.
Steen Hanssen takes us on a short trip through the vast German liver sausage tradition.
The annual pumpkin festival – Kürbisfest – was held in Berlin this past weekend.
Steen Hanssen pops open a treasure chest six pack of delicious northern German beers.
Steen Hanssen takes us to his Biergarten favorites in a rain drenched Berlin.
Our Berlin correspondent Steen Hanssen discovers Potsdamer Stange, and quickly names is “Probably the best brew in Berlin”.
Steen Hanssen is first disappointed with the small glasses served at a Kneipe in Cologne, but that quickly gives away for the sensational taste of the beer.
The search for the cause of the deadliest E. coli outbreak on record continues in Germany.
Welcome to German spargel season – join in as Steen Hanssens gives us the lowdown on how to best enjoy this lovely delicacy.
This iconic German sweet turns out to be Italian, but it is still classified as contraband in the US.
Steen Hanssen goes all grainy on us, and sings the praises of Spelt, an ancient wheat variety in the midst of a comeback.
Steen Hanssen is back with more culinary wonders from Germany. This time, the Reibekuchen – German potato pancake.
Our Berlin correspondent Steen Hanssen and Hawaii based photographer Urs Kuckertz team up to explain the marvelous German tradition of eating volleyball sized roast pork knuckles.