To usher in the fall season, Uwe Boll has highlighted some of his favourite German classics on the menu. One of the dishes he is most excited about is a Sauerbraten that originates from his hometown region of Cologne. Sauerbraten is a quintessential German national dish, a roast marinated in red wine, vinegar and spices for six days and then served with red cabbage, potato dumplings and egg spätzle. The truly unique aspect of Sauerbraten is that each region of Germany offers its own distinct cooking style. Since Chef Stefan Hartmann was born in Uelzen and Uwe Boll in Cologne, their techniques for preparing the dish vastly differ.
To settle once and for all which region has the better Sauerbraten, Stefan and Uwe have decided to wage the ultimate one-day cook off on October 20th. Guests will be treated to a blind taste test of the two dishes that will be judged by industry professionals. Tickets are $60 and will include a 3-course meal and sauerbraten two ways.
Book your seat now for the Sauerbraten battle of the season!