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Bavarian Beer Hall Pork Shanks Photo © Madeleine Hill
By Andrew Zimmern Posted October 21, 2013

This is the crispy beer hall pork shank that I have loved all over Austria, Germany and Eastern Europe. One night in Salzburg I went to the Augustiner beer hall with some friends for dinner and left there bound and determined to re-create this dish at home. It’s brined, cooked in fat and then quickly crisped in the same lard. It’s decadent. This is food for cold weather that’s meant to be shared with friends. Be sure to serve the shanks with plenty of red cabbage or kraut and rye bread, and go for a long walk after dinner. READ MORE »

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