Picture the most stereotypical German meal you can think of. Is it Schnitzel? Schweinbraten? Bratwurst with Sauerkraut? Yes, they’re all very German – but there’s another dish that often falls between the cracks. I mean, you might quite literally find crumbs of this in-between people’s couch cushions. It’s a meal that you’ve likely never heard of before, and that most places no longer serve these days. Nevertheless, it’s very authentic and a key part of our cultural history. The mouthwatering concoction consisting of ham and pineapple baked cheese toast has been a German dinner staple since the 1950s. It was...
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