Wednesday, September 23, 2015

9 Oktoberfest Dishes to Raise a Glass To

Whether you like to participate in the festivities with a frothy beer or keep the party all-ages, here are a few selections to help you plan your polka party. Prost!

 Fall is here, and you know what that means: Oktoberfest!

Traditionally, Oktoberfest is celebrated in the weeks leading up to October, with the final day being the first Sunday in October. In the United States we often celebrate it in October, but no matter when you raise a glass, there’s plenty of Bavarian-influenced food to dig into.
Whether you like to participate in the festivities with a frothy beer or keep the party all-ages, here are a few selections to help you plan your polka party. Prost!
Seeded Whole Grain Beer Knots
One-Pot Oktoberfeast
Beer Braised Beef Stew with Brussels Sprouts
Chocolate Stout Cake with Fresh Figs
Homemade Fennel Mustard
Hard Cider Spice Cake with Apples and Caramel Glaze
Slow Cooker German-Style Pot Roast
Source: BlogsRelease