Germans' love of sausage is legendary. Per capita consumption averages some 30 kilos a year. So what's so great about German sausage - and why do Germans eat so much of it? Find out in the first part of our series: Those Germans...
Germany's Federal Cartel Office has imposed multi-million-euro fines on major German sausage making companies for colluding to fix prices.
A European cargo vessel has set off for the last such mission carrying supplies to the International Space Station. German astronaut Alexander Gerst can look forward to some home cooking, and some coffee, in the payload.
An English author living in Berlin wants to improve foreigners' perception of Germans and their language. In his book, he shows English readers how to be more German and which German expressions they should adopt.
German food historian Ursula Heinzelmann tells DW why people used to thicken sauces with bread instead of cream, and how soccer changed Germany’s attitude toward its national dishes.
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