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Re: [german-1] Weihnachten...

From: Elke
Sent on: Thursday, December 2, 2010 10:03 AM
Dear all,

I would like to add one more "Tipp" to Amy's list:

The Morton Williams Supermarket at Second Avenue and 49th Street has a little international section, where you can find German goodies all year. (They are close to the German House, I guess that's why.) And right now, they have a little corner with Lebkuchen, Pfeffern��ssen and a lot more near the entrance. It's not the cheapest, but you take what you get. :-) Also don't forget the German Christkindlmarkt this Saturday where you will find all the sweet stuff as well.

Viele Gr����e,

>��-------- Original-Nachricht --------
>��Datum: Wed, 1 Dec[masked]:57:35 -0500
>��Von: Amy S <[address removed]>
>��An: [address removed]
>��Betreff: [german-1] Weihnachten...
> Hallo Alle zusammen,
> Ich freue mich aufs Weihnachtsfest n��chste Woche und habe etwas
> besonderes 
> geplant f��r euch. 
> RSVP seite liegt hier:
> Weihnachtsparty!
> Mittlerweile wollte ich euch allen Mitteilen wo Mann Deutsche Sachen
> finden 
> kann f��r Weihnachten. Und auch andere Ideen zum Empfehlen. 
> Siehe unten fuer weitere details.
> Ich w��nsche Dir einen sch��nen Weihnachtszeit!
> I'm looking forward to our annual Holiday party next week and have planned
> something special for you all. Please RSVP in the link above. In the 
> meantime I wanted to pass along some info as where to find German
> Christmas 
> in New York and other ideas. Details are below.
> Feel free to add more ideas on our group Message Board.
> Wishing all of you a happy holiday season!
> Gruss,
> Amy
> Wo kann man Gl��hwein kaufen? (Where can I find Gluehwein?)
> Astor Wines
> Und Stollen, Spekulatius usw? (Christmas Cakes, etc?)
> German Delights Inc. brings a piece of German Christmas to New York City.
> Welcomes you to visit the 4 Christmas booths with traditional German food
> & 
> drinks & merchandise.
> +++ NEW: The German Delights Bratwurststand at Columbus Circle +++
> Union Square Holiday Market (Nov. 19th until Dec. 24th, 2010)
> - 1 Stand with Gingerbread Cookies, Stollen, Hot Cider, Hot Kinderpunsch
> - 1 Stand with traditional Wooden Handcrafts and Hot Drinks
> Columbus Circle Holiday Market (Dec. 1st until Dec. 24th, 2010)
> - 1 large Bratwurst-Stand with original German Bratwurst, and Bratwurst 
> with Swiss Cheese (Kaese-Krainer)
> - 1 Stand with Gingerbread Cookies, Stollen, Hot Cider, Hot Kinderpunsch 
> and traditional wooden handcrafts
> Just look for the German Delights booths and you will find lots of 
> traditional cookies, such as the Zimtsterne, Vanillekipferl, Traditional 
> Chocolate Advent-Calendars, original gingerbread cookies, Stollen cake, 
> Spekulatius and German Coffee and our Wooden Handcrafts.  
> Adventsingen/Christm­as Caroling (in German)
> Zum Schneider has Adventsingen every Sunday until Christmas, but arrive 
> early to get a good seat!
> Theater
> The Christmas Revels, a fully staged theatrical production that joyfully 
> honors Christmas and the Winter Solstice and engages the audience in a 
> unique multicultural experience that rouses people of all ages to sing in 
> their seats and dance in the aisles.
> This year��s theme - you guessed it! - is "Songs, Music, Stories, and 
> Traditions from Bavaria and Switzerland", and four performances are given 
> in just a few days, on December 10-12 at the Theater at the Museo del 
> Barrio on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. So, get your tickets now and let the 
> New York Revels transport you to Germany at Christmas time.
> More information and tickets are available at 
> http://www.nyreve...­.
> Geschaenke Ideen (Gift Ideas)
> If you are looking for a great gift for your friends and family, you might
> want to consider The Berlin Cookbook, that just came out in New York��s 
> Berlinica publishing house.
> From the publisher:
> The Berlin Cookbook reveals how to make Schnitzel, Currywurst, Eisbein, 
> D��ner Kebab, and those jelly donuts known as Berliners���and how easy
> it is, since Berlin cuisine is simple, wholesome, and down-to-earth. This 
> cookbook offers traditional recipes and also tells stories about the 
> heritage of Berlin food: how Eisbein got its name, why Friedrich II made 
> Prussian farmers plant potatoes, how meatballs were imported by Huguenots,
> and how Bismarck got his herring.
> The book can be ordered online here.
> Berlinica has other books and CDs as well. The whole program can be found 
> here.
> German Preschool
> www.pusteblume-nyc.o­rg, a German Language Preschool Project in Manhattan
> is 
> raising funds.
> For donations, please visit:
> www.germanmanhattans­
> --
> This message was sent by Amy S ([address removed]) from The New York 
> City German Language Meetup Group.
> To learn more about Amy S, visit his/her member profile
> 		Meetup, PO Box 4668 #37895 New York, New York[masked] | 
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