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German Cuisine Sources
North American Sources
Vermont Butter & Cheese Company
Pitman Road, P.O. Box 95
Websterville, VT 05678
Tel. (802) 479-9371; Fax (802) 479-3674
A small American creamery that produces "Quark" and distributes it packaged in either 8 oz. or 32 oz. heat-sealed containers together with many other classic European style cheeses. To order or locate "Quark" distributors in your area, call, fax or write.
1030 North Old World Third Street
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Tel. (414) 276-9100 or 1 (800) 558-9998
With sometimes nothing more than their fine sausage making skill, many German sausage makers moved into North America. The German-American Usinger family story reflects this legacy. It involves Frederick Usinger, who founded Usinger's in 1880, and who came from Wehen near Wiesbaden (Hessen) to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Usinger's today has available over 70 varieties of authentic German sausages, including liver sausages, summer sausages, bratwurst, knackwurst and frankfurters. To order directly, or for more information on German style sausages call, write, or visit
Annual German Fest in Milwaukee
8229 W. Capitol Dr.
Milwaukee, WI 53222
Tel. (414) 464-9444
Experience German cuisine and German "Gemuetlichkeit" in North America. This event takes place the last full weekend of July.
BR, German Agricultural Marketing Board-CMA
950 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Fax (212) 826-3278
For trade information on imported German foods and beverages and for a free brochure on "Favorite German Cheese Recipes" write or fax.
German Wine Information Bureau
79 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10016
Tel. (212) 213-7028; Fax (212) 213-7042
For more information on German wines and on combining German wines with food.
2500 Westchester Ave.
Purchase, NY 10577
Tel. (914) 696-3600 or 1 (800) 346-6525 from the eastern U.S.
323 Geary St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel. (415) 392-8817 or 1 (800) 858-8587 from the western U.S., including Alaska, Texas and Hawaii