Join Rita to create a German Onion Tart - a German delicacy served as the months turn cooler in southwestern Germany! This popular German fall dish contains steamed onions, diced bacon, cream, and caraway seeds. Unlike quiche, it is usually baked on yeast dough.
Traditionally, Zwiebelkuchen is served with Neuer Wein (new wine), or "Moscht" - a refreshing white wine, also known as Federweisser, Suser, Sauser, Neuer Süßer (new sweet), or Junger Wein (young wine). Neuer Wein is made from freshly pressed grape juice and is available locally in wine growing regions when the fermenting has reached about 4% alcohol. Since the wine is still fermenting, it can only remain in its bottle for about a week. That is why Neuer Wein is such a special treat in Germany!
To give you the full Zwiebelkuchen experience, we will serve Neuer Wein at this class. Welcome the new season by learning how to make a unique dish and enjoy a glass of New Wine as a great complement. Buy your ticket now, Neuer Wein is only available for a short period of time. Before you know it, Zwiebelkuchenzeit will be over!
KULTURKUECHE EVENT SERIES
We invite local German American chefs to teach participants a German culinary treat. Whether it's the trick to a perfect strudel or how to balance different meats to stuff your own sausage, there is something for everyone to bring them back to their Oma or Opa's kitchen. Class fee includes demonstration, recipes, one drink, and of course tasting! Kulturküche events are very popular, so reserve your space today!