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Travel Tuesday: German sushi

 

You know, sushi as a kind of Japanese food. It’s (usually raw) fish, rolled in rice and a leaf of alga or kelp.

Germans also have their kind of sushi: Fischbr√∂tchen ūüôā

It’s a roll with some kind of fish or with a fish¬†rissole. You can have it with fried fish, smoked fish or raw fish. Different kinds of fish are used for the different dishes.

On the right you can see a Matjes in the roll. Matjes is a young, raw herring. You can also have sour pickled herring (Bismarck-Hering). For smoked fish you can usually have salmon, mackerel, trout or eel. When in the right season you can also have you roll with cooked crabs.

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Travel Tuesday: Greetsiel harbour

Here we are! The harbour of Greetsiel. This is a very typical image for Greetsiel and for the Germany North Sea coast as well. Although only few of these shrimper fisher boats are left, they are still a symbol for the coast. Here in Greetsiel is the majority of the remaining boats at home. (I told you about it in a past post).

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At the seaside

When visiting a coast, regarless if at the ocaen or at a lake, I expect to see fishing boats. Here my expectations were fulfilled. Fishermen usually work at night, I was told long ago. So you can find their boats laying at the beach during the day.¬†¬† Continue reading “At the seaside”