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Willkommen to the German Bread Haus, an authentic German bakery and retail store built in an over-the-top cute theme. The structure looks like a gingerbread house oddly located on a nondescript block on Commercial Boulevard. The inspiration behind the Haus came from owner Dieter Dauer. Before he left Germany, Dauer used to tell his two kids at bedtime the story of Hansel and Gretel, so the Haus represents this magical experience he shared with his children. Dauer and his wife, Norma, have owned and operated the bakery since 1986. They bake German favorites like Bavaria Farmer Rye, Dresdner stollen, and apple strudel. There's also a back house that was converted into a certified organic facility, where the healthier breads are made with what the owners refer to as "Flour Power."
Ever wonder what it takes to make awesome German bread? It's your chance to learn with Slow Foods Glades to Coasts tour of the German Bread Haus. O...
The pink-and-red gingerbread-looking house on East Commercial Boulevard could have been plucked out of Epcot Center's German pavilion and dropped in the middle of Fort Lauderdale. Sure Norma and Diet... More »
When it comes to the staff of life, Europe rocks. If you're looking for something awesome with which to mop up your gravy, go straight to the Italians, the French, and the Germans. While the first two favor a crusty, airy loaf, the German version is typically too heavy to carry one-handed. It's also lugubrious in mood, slightly sour in flavor, and best when heavily buttered -- much, come to think of it, like the national character. Deiter and Norma Dauer, who've owned the German Bread Haus... More »
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