An international clientele has recognized Anneliese Schwarzmann for her Franconian specialties which she professionally prepares according to original recipes listed in a
149-year-old cookbook* of the “Zur Stadt Mainz” restaurant. Würzburg citizens as well as guests from all over the world enjoy traditional Franconian meals, such as the so-called “Kärrner Braten”, a beef roast filled with parsley, white bread, onions, eggs and bratwurst stuffing. One of her specialties is a delicious ox breast which is crispy outside and juicy inside. Guests who consider these favorite meals of our ancestors too heavy, will certainly enjoy one of the many dishes with fresh fish from the Main River. Further highlights of Anneliese Schwarzmann’s cuisine are wild game dishes and goose roast which are predominantly served in the fall. Several types of Bavarian beer, such as the Aecht Schlenkerla, a typical Franconian smoked beer, as well as excellent Franconian wines are a wonderful accompaniment with the delicious meals. The City of Würzburg and its surrounding area are famous for the best Franconian wines, many bottles of which are stored in the wine cellar of the “Zur Stadt Mainz” restaurant.
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Title of the cookbook: “Maria Flink, the perfect cook, kitchen secrets from around 1850”. This cookbook, re-edited by the Schwarzmann Family as a facsimile edition, can also be purchased.