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Food similar to French fare, but comes in larger portions.
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Eating in Luxembourg is similar to eating in France but portions are larger, showing the influence from its other neighbor, Germany. The best-known foods—such as fresh baguettes, cheese and charcuterie—are ideal for afternoon picnics. Extremely high-quality ingredients are produced in Luxembourg, such as miel Luxembourgeois de marque nationale, honey that is protected under EU law. Other specialties include fresh local fish; Ardennes smoked ham; hare and wild boar; calves' liver dumplings with sauerkraut and boiled potatoes; black pudding and sausages with mashed potatoes and horseradish; and green bean soup. Small fruit tarts are a treat, especially in September when plums are in season.

Lëtzebuerger Grillwurscht are spicy sausages sold by street vendors. Another notable on-the-go snack is Grmoperekicheicher, deep-fried spiced potato pancake with chopped onions and parsley. Locals wash it all down with white and sparkling wines produced along the north bank of the Moselle, which has a winemaking history dating back to the Romans. (Look for the National Mark, which identifies authentic Luxembourg wine.) Visitors will also find local and international beers galore.
Denise Shoukas


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