Story of St. Martin’s Day
Martin’s day is named after St. Martin of Tours, a Roman soldier who became a monk after being baptized as an adult. He was eventually made a saint by the Catholic Church for being a kind man who cut his cloak in half to share with a beggar during a snowstorm.
St. Martin was known as friend of the children and patron of the poor.
Like most holidays, St. Martin's Day is also about eating food. The traditional victuals are goose with red cabbage and dumplings. Perhaps, but the more likely reason is that November 11 is the beginning of Advent fasting and hardcore Catholics get a last chance to feast before they abstain from greasy food and booze until Christmas.
Oven - roasted German Goose
Served with all the traditional Trimmings
Braised red Cabbage
Glazed Brussel Sprouts with Onions and Bacon
Per day we can prepare only 2 Geese.
Therefore, please order and pay the goose minimum 2 days in advance.
Goose is only available upon preorder.
One Goose is only sold as a whole for 1 – 6 People
|One Goose eat alone || 4664 p. Person|
|One Goose shared among 2 Persons ||2392 p. Person|
|One Goose shared among 3 Persons ||1635 p. Person|
|One Goose shared among 4 Persons ||1256 p. Person|
|One Goose shared among 5 Persons ||1089 p. Person|
|One Goose shared among 6 Persons || 978 p. Person|