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German Juice


Because everyone deserves good food, great service, and German beer!

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German Juice


Because everyone deserves good food, great service, and German beer!

 

food gasm of ze week

Winter, rain, snow, or sunshine, sushi is always on my mind. One of my favorite sushi spots in Suttgart is Origami. If I could only eat one type of cuisine for the rest of my life, it would be Japanese - and if I could only chose one type of Japanese cuisine, it would definitely be sushi. I love it! What's not to like? It's fresh, light, flavorful, simple and clean. Although I'm a fan of traditional sushi, meaning I don't want teriyaki sauce or any sweet sauce drizzled on or anywhere near my Sake, Maguro, or Hamachi nigiri, if you know how to order at Origami, it's well worth a visit. Located in...
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In Season


Local - Fresh - Flavorful

What's in season in your neck of the woods? 

 

In Season


Local - Fresh - Flavorful

What's in season in your neck of the woods? 

 


Welcome to german juice

THIS BLOG IS DEDICATED TO THE LOVE OF GOOD FOOD, GREAT SERVICE, & GERMAN BEER

- Lexie - 

Earlier this year when I decided to start German Juice, I had already bought the domain years before, but I kept putting it off. I fiddled around with the design of the site for months. I kept taking photos of my experiences eating out & cooking, but even with a good deal of content I still hesitated. Like so many of you, I had a lot of things that I wanted to do but I kept procrastinating. I kept waiting for the perfect moment - the perfect design. My friends, Mia & Thies from the popular German blog uberding, gave me a special edition gift box of Warsteiner beer to encourage me. The following year they gave me another sampler of different beers on my birthday. By now, you've probably figured out that I love beer, especially German beer. My husband pushed me & encouraged me every step of the way. My friend Nicki sent me messages every day leading up to the launch. Finally, Mia & Thies told me that I should just put it out and make changes later, but the most important thing is to just get it out. 

 

The day is finally here. The blog is out and I learned a huge lesson throughout this process: stop waiting. Stop waiting on the things you’re passionate about. Stop operating out of fear, anxiety, or whatever else may be hindering you - just do it. Whatever you want to accomplish, just go for it. Thank you to my friends and family for kicking my ass. Life isn’t perfect. It’s full of peaks and valleys - it’s full of ups and downs, bends and curves, and you’re bound to make a few wrong turns along the way, but the things you learn along the way make you stronger and it's worth it to push through. Don’t let anything stop you, even if that thing is “you.” I hope you enjoy the blog as much as I enjoyed creating it for you. On behalf of myself and team German Juice, we hope to have lots of great moments with you - moments filled with good food, lots of laughter and plenty of German beer. (the other drinks aren't too bad either ;-)

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Travel


The best part of traveling is eating. Where in the world are you & what's on your plate?

Travel


The best part of traveling is eating. Where in the world are you & what's on your plate?

BERLIN

BREAKFAST NEVER TASTED SO GOOD

Breakfast and I have always been on an eat-because-it's-necessary basis. I'm usually not adventurous at all and I have 2 breakfast combinations that I eat, invariably. After a night of drinking a pint of my favorite beer (or more - definitely more ;-) I have my 'hangover' special...

Bangkok

MORE THAN TUK TUK'S, TEMPLES, & PAD THAI

Of course Thailand is more than the beautiful scenery; it's the food. Oh my God, the food! Where do I begin? I love it all, well 80% of it, which means I love it. I love everything from Massaman chicken curry to anything with Basil, and I will devour a whole fried snapper served with a spicy chili fish sauce...

San Francisco

GENTRIFIED, OVER PRICED, & DELICIOUS

As if San Francisco wasn't expensive enough, Mark 'douchebag' Zuckerberg goes and pays 9 million dollars for a house worth a little over 3 million and instantly drives up the cost of living in San Francisco's Mission district. Gentrification has forced many native San Franciscans into the neighboring city of Oakland...