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16. Germany: Weisswurst (Source: germanfoodguide.com)|
Weisswurst is a sausage that is almost white in color, and is made from veal and pork then seasoned with bacon, onions, parsley, salt, pepper, and lemon-powder.
17. Germany: Schaeufele (Source: mybestgermanrecipes.com)
In Germany, Schaeufele is a traditional dish for Christmas Eve celebrations. Schaeufele is similar to Kassler, but cooking styles vary from region to region.
18. Germany: Aachener Printen Christmas Cookie (Source: mybestgermanrecipes.com)
Aachener Printen is a German Christmas cookie that is made of gingerbread. Its name derives from its place of creation, the German city Aachen in 1820. Printen comes from English "print" and Dutch "prent," back when they used a special carved wooden model that was used to print the cookies.
19. Germany: Lebkuchen (Source: germanfoodguide.com)
Lebkuchen, also called Pfefferkuchen, is German gingerbread. These cookies are either rectangular or round, they have a sweet, lightly nutty taste, and their aroma is spicy, a bit like nutmeg and allspice. They are usually soft with a slight crunch from chopped nuts.
20. Germany: Springerle (Source: allrecipes.com)
Anise Christmas cookies, commonly called Springerle, are a traditional German Christmas treat.