St. Martin’s Goose Dinner
St. Martin's Day, also known as the Feast of St. Martin in some regions, is a time for feasting celebrations - and this is exactly what we will do again. In the German tradition, we will have roasted goose, with red cabbage and dumplings.
Starting off with a humble
• Garden salad
we will follow up with the MAIN COURSE featuring
•Martin’s Goose with sauce and chestnuts
and close with DESSERT
•Baked Apple rings with cinnamon and sugar dust on vanilla ice-cream
Beverages - free flow for 2 hours, including
•Coke, Sprite, Soda water,
•3 kinds of German draught beer
•red and white wine
After that, drinks will be charged a la carte.
Saint Martin was a Roman soldier who later became a bishop in a French town. The most famous legend was, that he had once cut his cloak in half to share with a beggar during a snowstorm, to save the latter from the cold. 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.
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