Eisbein, a type of pork knuckle, is German dish of pickled pork hock. It is slightly boiled in water with beer added. Meaning “ice leg” in German, this food is similar to the Korean food pig’s feet. Eisbein is a specialty of Brandenburg in northeastern Germany, and usually served with mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, and mustard. The food is also a variation of another popular German dish, Schweinshaxe.
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