A taste of Germany

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Sixteen Dingman-Delaware Middle School German II Students, accompanied by World Language Teachers Elke Miller and Philip Patterson, took a trip to the Alpine Wurst & Meat Haus, Inc., in Honesdale, Pa., on June 5. The students underwent an educational opportunity to connect classroom knowledge to culinary experience as they sampled traditional German food at the Alpine Haus’ weekly German buffet. Among the food choices were beef noodle soup, Sauerkraut, German bread, German mustard, three different kinds of sausage, potato salad, and Apfelstrudel.

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