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Schäufele is one of the most beloved Franconian foods. Here, culinary expert Christian Wagner from Barcode Union gives us his secret recipe.
Schäufele recipe of our culinary expert Christian Wagner Ingredients: 1.5 kg Franconian Schäufele pork shoulder bone-in and with rind 300 g Carrots 150 g Leek 150 g Onions 150 g Celery root 1 teaspoon Caraway Salt Pepper Oil or clarified butter for browning Perparation: Cut the meat into 6 to 8 cm-thick portions and slit a grid pattern into the...
At the Schäufelewärtschaft in the southern part of the Old Town, you'll experience Franconian hospitality and region cuisine at the same time. As the name says, Schäufele bone-in pork shoulder - is the specialty of the house. Around 400 Schäufele are eaten here each week. Schäufele is also available in a "ladies" portion, in case you are not so hungry. Naturally we serve other regional and vegetarian dishes as well as a daily fresh lunch special.
A crispy Schäufele or fresh asparagus? Franconian farmer's brad or a casual evening drink? Bernhard Steichele has delicious tips for every day and season. They'll make your visit to Nuremberg something special.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Home - family - friends In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? A great mix of all kinds of different gastronomic and culinary restaurants, bars, traditional inns and pubs are all concentrated in the heart of the town. One can come as a guest to Nuremberg and...
Fine Franconian wines, the famous Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder, regional products like carp, Nuremberg bratwurst und specialties from the grill make the Herrenkeller one of the favorite addresses for both local regulars and visitors to the city of Nuremberg.
Fine Franconian wines, the famous Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder, regional products like carp, Nuremberg bratwurst und specialties from the grill make the Herrenkeller one of the favorite addresses for both local regulars and visitors to the city of Nuremberg. One reason is no doubt that the menu at the Herrenkeller successfully combines Franconian-tradition with new German cuisine....
Culinary expert Thomas Förster, owner of the legendary "Bratwurst Röslein" tells you how to prepare a tasty Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder. Ingredients (serves 4): 4 Schäufele: Cut from the pork shoulder bone-in with rind (let your butcher score the rind with a grid, or do it yourself with a sharp knife), each piece should have ca. 750 g raw weight 15 g salt 2 whole cloves 4 g pepper 1 bay leaf 4 g whole caraway seeds 1 clove of garlic 2 g majoram 50 ml vegetable oil 120 g onions 40 g carrots 40 g celery 10 g tomato paste 200 ml beer 50 g starch (corn or potato)
Preparation: Season the meat with salt, pepper, caraway and majoram. Peel the onions, wash the carrots and celery and cut everything into walnut-sized cubes. Take a deep roasting pan and heat the vegetable oil in it. Add the vegetables. Cook them evenly over medium to high heat, until the onions take on color. Add the tomato paste and cook for a short time. Add 100 ml water and reduce....

Hummelstein Location

Fränkisch-mediterrane Küche mit saisonalen und regionalen Zutaten stehen beim Hummelstein auf der Karte.
Neben neuen, kreativen Gerichten können Sie sich selbstverständlich auch fränkische Spezialiäten wie Schäufele und Bratwürste schmecken lassen, bei schönem Wetter auch im großen Biergarten.
No one can just walk by the creative, seductive display windows of the neef confectionary. The most delicious cake creations, tortes and - naturally - gingerbread always draw you in for a sweet snack with Mrs. Neef. The head of the house has one or two secret tips to offer... and not just for sweets, but also hearty treats.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Magical, delicious, lively In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't fin in other cities of its type? Absolutely fresh lettuce, vegetables and asparagus from the farmers of the "Knoblauchsland". "Elisenlebkuchen" gingerbread and special types of gingerbread with unique spice combinations, fresh...
What is special about Nuremberg and a must-see for a guest who likes to taste and enjoy? In our interview, Thomas Förster reveals his personal tips about eating and drinking in Nuremberg.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Discover - enjoy - be amazed In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Naturally Nuremberg bratwurst, gingerbread and "Schäufele" pork shoulder with dumplings. What personal dining tip would you give a tourist who is coming to Nuremberg? Is there something a...
Bereits seit dem 19. Jahrhundert ist die Gastwirtschaft auf der Insel auf dem Valznerweiher ein beliebtes Ausflugsziel. Das Motto der Küche lautet "regional und frisch auf den Tisch".
Das Motto der Küche lautet "regional und frisch auf den Tisch". Es wird Wert auf fränkisch traditionelles Essen gelegt, welches nicht nur aus den Klassikern wie Schäufele und anderen deftigen Fleischgerichten besteht, sondern auch Karpfen, Spargel und Pilz- und Wildgerichte beinhaltet.
The picturesque half-timbered house was built in 1530 and has a long history as a tavern. In the historical ambience of this cozy inn, you can enjoy hearty Franconian cuisine, such as original Nuremberg bratwurst or crispy Schäufele pork shoulder and other home-made specialties. On pleasantly warm summer evenings, our beer garden invites you to sit back and relax. With a quaffable...
Read Volker Thiel's tips for Nuremberg tourists and hear what he thinks makes Nuremberg special.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Loveable Franconian metropolis In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? In addition to the well-known Nuremberg bratwurst, it is oven-fresh Schäufele pork shoulder, sauerbraten with gingerbread sauce and - in months with an "R" (September-April) - fried carp. ...
As a died-in-the-wool Franconian and a Nuremberg native who loves his home town, Michael Höllerzeder has a few insider tips for visitors to the city. Take a look at what he recommends here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Germany's largest (and nicest) small town. In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Cuisine with a history: Bratwurst and gingerbread have existed here since the Middle Ages - virtually unchanged! What personal dining tip would you give a tourist who is coming...
At this Franconian restaurant in Gostenhof, there are not only all kinds of delicious foods, but a wide assortment of refreshing beers from small, regional Franconian breweries and the Nuremberg Tucher brewery
From Franconian Schäufele pork shoulder, to a classic juicy schnitzel, to tasty dates in bacon to vegetarian filled herbed crepes - there's no end to the Franconian treats on offer. At this Franconian restaurant in Gostenhof, there are not only all kinds of delicious foods, but a wide assortment of refreshing beers from small, regional Franconian breweries and the Nuremberg Tucher brewery....
Nuremberg specialties and light meals, game and roasts as well as local fish and organic products are only part of the menu. The entire food and drink spectrum is tuned to the current season and modern and traditional cuisine. The beer garden with 170 seats welcomes you to relax, eat, drink and enjoy the fresh air during the warmer month.
The "Pille" is located in the heart of the Old Town near the main train station, so there's always something interesting to see. The beer garden is a perfect place to enjoy a cool brew and watch the colorful hustle and bustle on the street. After a bit of shopping or a tour of the Old Town, the Pille is the best place to sit down, relax and enjoy new interpretations of age-old Franconian...
There's no doubt that he knows Nuremberg bratwurst better than anyone else. But where does he go to eat when he wants something other than sausages? Take a look at our culinary interview and see which personal tips Kai Behringer has for you.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? The largest village in the world. In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you canÄt find in other cities of its type? As the intersection of trade routes, Nuremberg was a transshipment point for spices since the Middle Ages. The wealthy Nuremberg merchants weren't called "pepper sacks" for nothing. This...
In Nuremberg, the number of food trucks is particularly high - thanks to Klaus P. Wünsch, who, in 2010, turned his passion for food into a career and created one of the first food trucks in Germany: RibWich. His special sandwich bun is topped with smoked pork ribs and BBQ sauce with a choice of various toppings. There are two RibWich trucks traveling in Nuremberg and the area.
In Nuremberg, the number of food trucks is particular high - thanks to Klaus P. Wünsch, who, in 2010, turned his passion for food into a career and created one of the first food trucks in Germany: RibWich. His specila sandwich bun is topped with smoked pork ribs and BBQ sauce with a choice of various toppings. In the meantime are two RibWich trucks traveling in Nuremberg and the area. The...
Im Herzen der Tucher'schen Brautradition. Erleben Sie selbst, wie viel Liebe in den Tucher Bieren steckt!
Bei unserem geführten Rundgang durch die Tucher Traditionsbrauerei werfen Sie einen Blick in unsere Sudkessel und erleben direkt vor Ort, wie die Tucher Bierspzialitäten gebraut werden. Auch ideal zum Verschenken oder als Höhepunkt eines Vereins- oder Betriebsausfluges! Termine: Mo.–Fr. 9.00–16.00 Uhr (außer an gestzlichen Feiertagen in Franken) Preise: Brauereiführung mit...
Oliver Kirschner and his Gelbes Haus represent, like no other establishment, the Nuremberg bar scene. You can read culinary tips from the bar owner and Nuremberg original here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Cosmopolitan, with humor and well-mixed In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Nuremberg cuisine is Franconian cuisine. It is popular for its meat dishes - whether it's the famous Nuremberg bratwurst, "Stadtwurst mit Musik" (local sausage served with onions),...
Bratwurst Röslein is the world's largest sausage restaurant and is located next to the famous Nuremberg Christmas Market. It features a pleasant courtyard with a cozy beer garden.
Bratwurst Röslein is the world's largest sausage restaurant and is located next to the famous Nuremberg Christmas Market. It features a pleasant courtyard with a cozy beer garden. In the restaurant, 550 guests can find a place in four different rooms: The main guest room, the large and small Emperor's rooms and the traditonal "Waizenstube". In 1480, the Nuremberg bratwurst kitchen "Zu den...
In 2016, the 500th anniversary of the German Beer Purity Law will be celebrated throughout Germany. This general interest has inspired the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office (CTZ) to take a comprehensive look at culinary topics and local cuisine. Typical food and drink of the region is currently trendy and surveys show that guests gladly and intensively take advantage of the wide spectrum of gastronomic offerings in Nuremberg. The CTZ will use this topic as a marketing focus in the long term, in addition to its core themes of art, culture and events; shopping; the region; business; "an obligation to the past" and the Christmas Market. The medium-term marketing strategy of the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office is based on what Nuremberg has to offer and market research and trend scouting. This defines the yearly focus and core themes which are then supported by target-group-specific communication in national and international target markets. Once again, the CTZ has gathered together the diverse range of offerings in the city and will share information and create publicity - all concepts are developed in close cooperation with the hotel and restaurant association. A new strategic partner is also bringing its ideas: Since January 1, 2016, the Nuremberg Sausage Protection Association is working together with the CTZ.
Nuremberg Specialties When a question arises about Nuremberg specialties, surveys show that bratwurst and gingerbread are the absolute frontrunners. And rightly so, as these tasty tidbits grilled on a beechwood fire look back on more than 700 years of history ... and sweet "lebkuchen" were baked here by monks as early as the 11th century. Both delicacies have been awarded a protected...
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