This recipe from the Palatinate for Metzelsuppe or Sausage Soup is a hearty meat stew made with sausage broth. This version uses the characteristics of liver and blood sausage to form a rich and hearty soup.
This Palatine version of the common potato soup uses Riesling in the base, local blood sausage, and local herbs.
One of Germany's truly hidden gems is the Nahe Valley and the dramatic gorge that the river carves through the landscape. The Rothenfels or the Red Cliffs is a sheer vertical massif that rises from the otherwise flat landscape of the Palatinate. This hike takes you to the two main sights, the beautiful Red Cliffs and the ruined Artillery Bastion on top of them.
Highland meadow landscapes are confined to the well-known areas in the Alps. The Palatinate has a small meadow-landscape thanks to centuries of pasture animals grazing on the land. Best visited in Spring or Autumn, the meadows near Neu-Bamberg are very pretty.
The Nahe Valley has several spectacular viewpoints. This hike focuses on one, in particular, simply the "The Best Nahe Viewpoint" or the "Two Land Viewpoint." The hike also includes a visit to some industrial monuments nearby, including a mercury mine founded by the ancient Romans and a sandstone quarry.