Martin’s Goose Dinner
we would like to introduce another tradition of November called St. Martin’s Day or St. Martin’s Mas followed by its customs and habits.
for a special package price of Protected content pp inkl. free flow of beer
Prepayment till Nov 13th per WeChat to christian_sch is required to attend this event.
- Garden salad
- Martin‘s Goose with goose sauce and chestnuts
- Red Cabbage
- Potato Dumpling
- Brussel Sprouts
- Roast Potato
- Mashed Potato
- Butter Vegetables
- Apple rings with cinnamon and powdered sugar in butter with vanilla ice cream
2 hours free flow alcohol and soft drinks:
- Coca Cola, Sprite, Soda
- beers like Radeberger Lager, Schöfferhofer Wheat beer, Mönchshof dark beer as well as red and white housewines
St. Martin was known as friend of the children and patron of the poor. In some countries, Martinmas celebrations begin at the eleventh minute of the eleventh hour of this eleventh day of the eleventh month (that is, at 11:11 am on November 11). In others, the festivities commence on St. Martin's Eve (that is, on November 10). Bonfires are built and children carry lanterns in the streets after dark, singing songs for which they are rewarded with candy.
The goose became a symbol of St. Martin of Tours because of a legend that when trying to avoid being ordained bishop he had hidden in a goose pen, where he was betrayed by the cackling of the geese. St. Martin's feast day falls in November, when geese are ready for killing. St. Martin’s Day was an important medieval autumn feast, and the custom of eating goose spread to Sweden from France. It was primarily observed by the craftsmen and noblemen of the towns. In the peasant community, not everyone could afford to eat goose, so many ate duck or hen instead.
Looking forward to see you on Saturday Nov 17 at Protected content
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