Go the german way
Germany is not only BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and Braun kitchen appliances. More importantly, Germans with their Gemuetlichkeit (friendly joviality) are also known for their hearty cuisine that has adapted to healthy trends and tastes of recent immigrants. A typical German meal may include from two to seven courses. It is commonly made up by an appetiser (Vorspeise), a soup (Suppe), a main course (Hauptspeise) with raw or cooked side dishes (Beilagen). With a fine meal, Germans drink beer, wine or “Sekt” (champagnoise type sparkling wine). For spices Germans generally use caraway (Kuemmel), Juniper (Wacholder), Black and white pepper (Schwarzer und Weisser Pfeffer) and herbs like Dill (Dille), Marjoram (Majoran) and Parsley (Petersilie).
All these spices and the wonderful kitchens of the Nanglo Bakery Café will serve you a German
meal you will be telling your grandchildren about. Says Gopal Kakchyapati, “These spices were mostly flown in straight away from Germany, but now we don’t need to. Most of them are now grown in Nepal. Nanglo Bakery Café serves a variety of cuisines, but at this festival we will showcase German specialities.” To have your full of German delicacies at its best, then be there at THT Food Fest.