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What is a traditional German lunch?

Germans traditionally enjoy their main cooked meal for lunch rather than dinner. Lunches cooked at home may include Eintopf, Rouladen, Schnitzel or Sauerbraten. It will usually consist of meat or fish served with potatoes, rice, or German noodles as well as vegetables and sometimes rolls (Brötchen).

What do Aussies call sprinkles?

Australia, we need to talk about Fairy Bread. To the non-initiated i.e. the rest of the world, Fairy Bread is triangles of white bread covered with butter and topped with multi-coloured “hundreds and thousands”—the Australian term for sprinkles.

What is the most popular candy in Australia? Cadbury and Allen’s are two of the most popular candy brands in Australia. Cadbury favourites include Dairy Milk chocolate, Freddo Frogs, and Caramello Koalas. Meanwhile, popular Allen’s lollies are Red Skins, Sherbies, and Milko Chews.

When it comes to blocks, Cadbury took out the top spot for its variety but the clear winner was Choceur – ALDI’s fine German chocolate. It’s also one of the cheapest – less than half the price of Swiss brand Lindt, which came in at number two.

Our Top 10 Snacks from Australia

  • Violet Crumble. The poetic name of this candy bar doesn’t do full justice to this tasty snack.
  • Tim Tams. Tim Tam is a beloved Australian chocolate snack.
  • Aussie Drops.
  • Cheezels.
  • Twisties.
  • Vegemite on Crackers (aka Vegemite Worms)
  • Cherry Ripe.
  • Fairy Bread.

What is famous to buy in Australia?

From wine, gemstones to Tim-Tams, here are the best things to shop for in Australia and where to shop for too!

  • Australian Wine.
  • Opal Gemstones.
  • Vegemite.
  • Kangaroo leather products.
  • Tea tree oil.
  • Tim Tams!
  • Traditional art and handicrafts.
  • Didgeridoos.

What snacks can you only get in Australia?

16 Australian Snacks You Need To Try

  • Vegemite. If you aren’t going to judge a book by its cover, don’t judge Vegemite by its smell.
  • Fairy Bread. Just like regular bread, except for fairies.
  • Tim Tams. Let’s face it, only in Australia can you find real Tim Tams.
  • Snag.
  • Lamingtons.
  • Meat Pie.
  • Freddo Frogs and Caramello Koalas.
  • Pods.

What is a good Australian gift?

  • Australian mugs in a box.
  • Hand Creams.
  • Chocolate Share Packs.
  • Novels by Australian Authors.
  • Aussie Tea Towels.
  • Native Australian flowers.
  • Scarves by Australian Artists.
  • Souvenir Magnets.