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WILD & WIESE — CHRISTMAS DINNER DELIVERY FEATURING REGIONAL AND ORGANIC INGREDIENTS FROM BERLIN AND SURROUNDING REGIONS

WILD & WIESE — CHRISTMAS DINNER DELIVERY FEATURING REGIONAL AND ORGANIC INGREDIENTS FROM BERLIN AND SURROUNDING REGIONS

Don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen this Christmas? With their festive dinner boxes, Berlin caterers Wild & Wiese let you serve up a heavenly holiday meal totally stress-free. Normally busy preparing impressive spreads for the city’s events, the team have used current circumstances to bring their philosophy of seasonality and sustainability to your humble Christmas dinner. Available to order are four different festive menus, each featuring high-quality products from Berlin and the surrounding regions. Your box of delicacies comes pre-cooked and ready to reheat in a range of glass jars, bottles, and vacuum bags. Preparation instructions are of course included, with no pro knowledge needed. Our pick is the vegan Snowflake Box, which offers a great alternative to the traditional roast goose – though you can have this too as part of the Santa Claus Box. The vegan feast includes a pumpkin consommé with chestnut dumplings and a mushroom Wellington Pie with lentils, walnuts and spinach served with red cabbage, wild cranberries, colorful carrots in sugar syrup, and smoked hazelnuts, all followed up with a Christmas spice cake with custard. In short: quite a treat!

Check out the three other boxes – the Rudolph, Santa Claus und Nikolaus:

Rudolph: South Oldenburg duck reared at Nobis poultry farm served with port jus, red cabbage, wild cranberries and potato dumplings from the Zielke organic farm. To follow cheesecake speculoos cake with plum compote from Brodowin in Brandenburg.

Santa Claus: Goose paté served with apple, goose fat and fried onions sourced from the Nobis poultry and Zielke organic farms. Homemade sourdough beer bread, goose consommé with mushroom dumplings from the mushroom garden (2 per person), South Oldenburg goose reared at Nobis poultry farm served with port jus, red cabbage, wild cranberries and potato dumplings from Zielke. To follow cheesecake speculoos cake with plum compote from Brodowin in Brandenburg.

Nikolaus: Potato soup from Brodowin and Zielke farms, black pudding with Angeln Saddleback pork from Hirschaue in Brandenburg, South Oldenburg duck reared at Nobis poultry farm served with port jus, red cabbage, wild cranberries and potato dumplings from Zielke. To follow cheesecake speculoos cake with plum compote from Brodowin in Brandenburg. (Text: Annika Hillig / Photos: Katharina Bohm for Wild & Wiese)

Wild & Wiese dinner boxes can be ordered online and will be delivered up to and including 24.12.2020 free of charge in Berlin and nationwide for an extra charge.

@wild_und_wiese

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DISCOEAT — SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WITH DINNER APP FEATURING FOOD FROM 150 BERLIN RESTAURANTS FOR DELIVERY AND PICKUP

DISCOEAT — SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WITH DINNER APP FEATURING FOOD FROM 150 BERLIN RESTAURANTS FOR DELIVERY AND PICKUP

It sounds too good to be true: free delivery fee and discounted meals from some of Berlin’s top restaurants. But that’s just what Discoeat lets you do. The restaurant app offers up to 30 percent off lunch and dinner collections from 150 of the city’s eateries during off-peak times, be it early or late. It’s a win-win: you save money on meals while local businesses gain much-needed customers during quieter times. Started in 2018 by Berlin foodies Moritz Heininger and Nicoló Luti, the platform’s city-wide selection has it all, from just-opened joints ripe for discovery to established eateries for the perfect pickup, including the likes of 1961 for eye-catching sushi and fusion cuisine plus poké bowls from Ma’loa. Moreover, during lockdown the Discoeat team are making a special effort to boost restaurant businesses: the site will not charge commission on any pickups or deliveries during the rest of 2020, and you can spread some extra love yourself by making a donation when ordering from your favorite eatery. What better way to support your local? (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Ma’Loa Poké Bowl, Unser Café Berlin & Mina Aichhorn)

Discoeat: you can book pickup and delivery via the app.

@discoeat.de

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DUMPLINGS UND NUDELN TO GO: HAN WESTS POP–UP IN KREUZBERG — EMPFOHLEN VON CLAUDIA KATZMARSKI

DUMPLINGS UND NUDELN TO GO: HAN WESTS POP–UP IN KREUZBERG — EMPFOHLEN VON CLAUDIA KATZMARSKI

Let us help you through the cold gray weather with a steaming portion of Sichuan noodles. An offshoot of Neukölln’s Han West – aka “the home of dumplings” – a new noodle pop-up on Görlitzer Straße is now bringing handmade noodles and yummie dumpling creations to the streets of Kreuzberg. Creative fillings and toppings like Thai chicken & herbs and Sichuan garlic aubergine will delight any lover of Asian cuisine, and there are many vegan options, too. The sister Imbiss in Schillerkiez, which opened in 2019, is well known for its modern take on Chinese street food and is a must stop on the way to Tempfelhofer Feld. Founders Valentin and Rui once spent the summer serving their delicious dumplings at nearby festivals, and while these gatherings seem like a distant memory, you can still enjoy their creations in the outdoors: grab a beanie and gloves and take a seat on a bench opposite Görlitzer Park. All dishes from the Han West pop-up are served in biodegradable packaging so you can enjoy them sustainably. (Text: Claudia Katzmarski / Photos: Han West & Max Power)

A lover of travel, vegan cakes and swing dance, Claudia Katzmarski calls Neukölln her home.

Noodle pop-up from Han West, Görlitzer Str.69, 10997 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Tue–Sun 12–20h, running until March 2021

@hanwest.dumplings

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A TASTE OF STATESIDE HOSPITALITY — THANKSGIVING DINNER DELIVERED FROM FORTUNA’S TABLE

A TASTE OF STATESIDE HOSPITALITY — THANKSGIVING DINNER DELIVERED FROM FORTUNA’S TABLE

For most Americans, Thanksgiving is a special holiday celebrated by sharing classic heartwarming meals with your near and dear ones. The celebration – this year on 26.11.2020 – offers time to reflect and give thanks, letting US expats return to their roots. Suzy Fracassa, chef and founder of Fortuna’s Table Catering and Stella, profoundly understands this tradition. Originally from Detroit, Suzy has been delivering authentic American comfort food to Berlin’s expats and locals for over 20 years. Her nostalgic Thanksgiving feast is hard to beat: Butternut squash sage soup, extra-creamy mashed potatoes, and gravy, stuffing with apples and rosemary, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie. As for the turkey, it comes pre-sliced – ideal for Corona-safe gatherings that don’t warrant a whole bird (don’t worry: there are vegetarian options too). “The ritual of sharing a Thanksgiving meal fortifies body and soul. I truly believe we all need that right now, more than ever,” says Suzy. I couldn’t agree more. (Text: Rei Matsuoka / Photos: Kevin Mccutcheon, Gaelle Marcel & Fortuna’s Table)

Fortuna’s Table Thanksgiving; deliveries available 19–29.11.2020. You can book a delivery online (a minimum of two people).

@fortunastableandco

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ORGANIC BAVARIAN SAUSAGE DELIVERY SERVICE FOR A SOUTH-GERMAN FEAST — WEISSWURSTKISTE

ORGANIC BAVARIAN SAUSAGE DELIVERY SERVICE FOR A SOUTH-GERMAN FEAST — WEISSWURSTKISTE

Beer and sausage – two crucial elements for a Bavarian feast. Now you can get this classic combo delivered to your door with the Weißwurstkiste. Available in several Berlin districts, these tasty packages come with five traditional, ready-to-eat south-German Weißwurst (veal sausages) complete with all the trimmings: perfectly-baked pretzels, sweet mustard, butter, radishes, spicy Obazda cheese and – of course – Weißbier. The pretzels – “Brezn” in Bavarian – are a real highlight, with a doughy center and crunchy shells. Ideal for a radical breakfast, this treat couldn’t be further from your standard avo toast and, best of all, the food comes in totally reusable packaging with glass jars, cutlery, and cloth napkins which get collected afterwards. Behind these wooden boxes are Bavarian Peter Foyse and Katharina Küpper from Hesse, so you know you are getting a genuine, hearty German meal. And, this being Berlin, there is of course a vegan alternative available, and you can also swap the beer for sparkling wine. To complete the experience, the man delivering your meaty box will come wearing lederhosen. What’s not to love? (Text: Nina Trippel / Photos: Peter Foyse & Weisswurstkiste)

Starting 29.11.2020 you can complete your order with a festive wreath from Garage Des Fleurs.

Weißwurstkiste ready-to-eat boxes are available for delivery on Sundays. The “Weißwurstpfandkasten” variant that you cook yourself is available on Thursdays and Fridays. Visit the website for delivery areas and to order.

@weisswurstkiste

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