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  Reply # 61248 19-Feb-2007 16:48

What's the difference between an Eisbein and a Schweinshaxe? Always thought they were two (regional) names for the same thing.

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  Reply # 61263 19-Feb-2007 19:22
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wikipedia say it is the same thing...

Schweinshaxe

Eisbein

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  Reply # 61280 19-Feb-2007 22:26
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Sounds like an extremely heavy-duty meal... Surprised

You'd want to be pretty hungry before ordering it.  A good winter-time main course after a hard day on the piste...

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  Reply # 61333 20-Feb-2007 15:51
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Wunderbar!! a German resturant in Wellington, will have to pay a visit next time i'm down that way.





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  Reply # 61347 20-Feb-2007 18:39
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Hi,

the difference between Eisbein and Schweinshaxe is: Eisbein is pickeld and boiled Schweinshaxe (baierisch) is roasted

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  Reply # 61348 20-Feb-2007 18:44

cafemunich: Hi, the difference between Eisbein and Schweinshaxe is: Eisbein is pickeld and boiled Schweinshaxe (baierisch) is roasted


Aha! I thought they were both pickled before roasting. That explains the preorder requirement. Thanks.

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  Reply # 61349 20-Feb-2007 18:45

Wenn ich schon dabei bin, seid ihr eigentlich echte Deutsche, oder nur moechtegern Deutsche? :-)



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  Reply # 61365 20-Feb-2007 20:31
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btw....echte deutsche....

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  Reply # 61384 20-Feb-2007 22:33

Wunderbar! I will pay a visit too when I will be in Wellington again.
Hungarian goulash.... yummie, it's good to have some home taste, I hope your goulash is very good
But be careful I will compare it with my mom's goulash :)

BTW there is a German restaurant in Auckland as well (the one and only if I am right)




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