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Why doesn’t Germany have Wine Kings instead of Wine Queens? Should we really drink beer with our potato soup? Do you prefer your cold meats fine or just regular? Writing with gusto and aplomb, precision and whimsy, Otto Jägersberg’s short prose not only explores the culinary arts but also touches on local German traditions, taking a curious peek around the neighbourhood, the cemetery and into the boudoir. As an observer and humourist, Jägersberg turns his eagle eye on the realities of German life – in the forest and the city.
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