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80 posts categorized "Berlin Edibles"

A mid-winter feast (Fish delivered to your doorstep)

A fish supper with friends to celebrate the turning towards spring? Yes please. Prawns according to Nigel Slater; herbed salmon according to Nigel Slater. Thank you Deutsche See for the chance to try the new shop....

Street Food Thursday Meets Berlinale

Oh, but it's been heaven to have the Street Food Thursday outpost save me from the gastronomic wasteland that is Potsdamer Platz. (Won't you come back soon, for instance to that vast empty space in front of Kulturforum?) There's an......

Wurst & Bier (A day of beer & sausages at Markthalle IX)

How Wurst & Bier works: you pay five euros for a glass (to keep) and three tokens, each of which buys you .1 liters of beer. Who could resist Vagabund Brauerei's adorable stand, with Bell jars filled with hops and......

Salt for the winter (and a bánh mì)

My inner ant, my inner squirrel emerges as autumn's chill descends. The other day in Steglitz I stocked up on spices for the winter - cinnamon, various chili peppers, nutmegs, and, more luxuriantly, two Hawaiian salts, one to keep, one......

Summer in a cup

Lemongrass, dragonhead blossoms, lemon verbena, currant leaves, peppermint, sunflower petals, rose petals, cornflowers: summer in tea form, bright and clear. --- Sommerland tea by Kräutergarten Pommerland, available at most organic shops and Karstadt....

Sources of heat and warmth: Tea seminars at Paper & Tea

Cupped in her hands, some Sejak steeps. The Korean tea, she says, is hearty. The tiny cup I drink leaves me alert, tranquil—sated. Everyone has raved about Paper & Tea, and rightly so. The staff I've met—the heart of any......

Adopt a hen (Bauernhof Weggun)

So you pledge €20 to look after a freerange hen raised according to biodynamic principles, and then you're posted ten vouchers for a half-dozen eggs, which you collect at the Markthalle Neun, where you also meet a friend and have......