AND AN ORIGINAL
To this day, every region
in Europe upholds its
traditions. To protect them
from copies, the EU marks
typical regional products
with badge symbols to identify
their place of origin.
Once at home only on the Sennalpen
hills but now found throughout the valleys.
Allgäu mountain cheese (PDO) is too good
for the mountaintop people alone. .
Highly aromatic and extremely tender,
Abensberg asparagus (PGI) and Schrobenhausen
asparagus (PGI) owe their high quality to the loose,
sandy soils in their cultivation regions.
Whether grilled or cooked in a vinegar stock,
enjoyed on a skewer with a ginger soup or with
dumpling carpaccio: You can tell a Nuremberg
Rostbratwurst (PGI) from its small size and spicy taste.
Bavarian beer (PGI) is unique in the world.
There are many reasons – historical, geographic,
and ones that can only tasted or experienced –
why Bavaria is the beer land.
Allgäu Emmental (PDO) is a cheese for life.
Children like it when it was young and mild
(and they love it for its big holes).
Grown-up gourmets appreciate it when it is
more mature and aromatic.
Beef cattle in the pasture belong to
Bavaria like the blue-and white sky.
And when it comes to culinary
history (and stories), Bavarian beef (PGI)
belongs as much on the barbecue as it
does in the frying pan, pot or roasting tin.