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Potato day – Special 2020

A festival in honour of the potato The ‘lemon of the north’ has so much to offer. It is available in many different varieties, a wide range of colours and is one of the few products for which there is no EU standard. Potatoes were particularly popular in the 19th century, eaten as a staple food and providing a livelihood for many people. The potato festival is both an opportunity to buy unusual varieties and also to discover numerous potato-related ingredients and recipe ideas.

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Kartoffelverarbeitung wie im Jahr 1804 im Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg (Bild: FLMK)
Essenszubereitung beim Kartoffelfest auf dem Kiekeberg (Bild: FLMK)

Wennerstorf Apple Day

Cancelled because of the Corona pandemic

The highlight of the apple season. Apple lovers from all over the region come together at the museum's Wennerstorf farm. Experts from the Pomologen-Verein present unusual and heritage varieties as well as identifying apples brought along by visitors from their gardens. Three to five healthy apples are enough for this. Eckart Brandt, who rescues heritage apple varieties, presents a large display of apples, while tree nurseries and fruit merchants sell unusual heritage and new varieties of apples.

Mit verschiedenen Äpfeln gefülltes Rad beim Wennerstorfer Apfeltag (Bild: FLMK)