Recently I’ve been working on a second blog that focuses on my love of sandwiches in London and beyond. I named it Six Hundred and Seven Square miles, which is the size of greater London. Here is my latest post, more on the feuerwurst I had in Buhl market. I hope you enjoy it.
Previous posts can be found here.
For the past few days I have been sampling the delights of Baden-Baden; namely of the food, drink and spa variety. For those not familiar, it is a small town in the Black Forest region famous for its beer and thermal waters. As with the rest of Germany, it is also the place to go for some seriously good sausages.
A few miles away from Baden-Baden is a small town called Buhl that has a farmers’ market every weekend. The curse of the hand-luggage holiday always scuppers my plans for shopping in markets as almost everything is over the 100ml limit they allow for liquids on the plane. Sure, you can buy similar stuff at the airport, but it is three times the price and never as good. Whilst dragging me away from a stall selling German honey in beautiful glass jars, my husband consoled me…
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