Once again, the IGSG – Indo German Friendship Society Goa has organised a special German Cultural Week from 6 – 12 December 2015.
Opening Lunch of German Cultural Week Goa
December 6 (Sunday) 1 pm
Baba’s Wood Café, Bela Goa Annexe, opp. Carasid pastry shop, Miramar, Panjim
For the opening lunch this year they have chosen Baba’s Wood Café in Panjim. It is an Italian restaurant managed by Ms Maria from Milan (Italy) and specialising in traditional pizzas, pasta and home made gelato, situated at Miramar. Open to members and friends of IGSG – Indo German Friendship Society Goa. There is a limited number of participants and preregistration required. Please contact the IGSG for more details.
Bakery Course by German Ladies
December 7 (Monday) 9:30 pm till lunch time
Agnel Ashram, NH 17, Verna
In this Bakery Course, 3 German ladies will show the participants of the class how to prepare three typical German cakes (Bavarian Prinzregententorte, apple cake, biscuit roll) and a German full wheat bread.
Prinzregententorte is a delicious Bavarian torte, which consists of at least six, mostly seven, thin layers of sponge cake interlaid with chocolate buttercream. The exterior is covered with a dark chocolate glaze. The Prinzregententorte is very popular in Bavaria, available in cake shops all year round. There is a registration fee and preregistration required. Please contact the IGSG for more details.
Filmscreening: “Fack Ju Göhte” (Suck me Shakespeer)
December 10 (Thursday) 6 pm
Art Chamber, Castelo Vermelho, Gauravaddo 115/a, Calangute
Director: Bora Dagtekin, color, 113 min., 2013, German with English subtitles
After a 13-month stretch in prison, the crook Zeki Müller is looking for the loot from his last robbery. He applies for a position as a janitor at the school, since, as it happens, the money is buried under the new school gym. However, Zeki lands a job as a supply teacher. He has to deal with a naive trainee teacher and problem kids who can’t even spell “Fuck you, Goethe” correctly. Thus, the young man unintentionally embarks on a career in education. Its great fun to watch and was the most successful German film of 2013. Entry is free.
December 12 (Saturday), 6 pm
Venue: Club Vasco da Gama, opp. Municipal Garden, Panjim
Entry free, no registration required (Right of admission reserved). Food and drinks from 6 pm onwards.
Enjoy a delicious spread of:
- Imported German beer “Paulaner” and local beer
- Authentic German food: Wiener (German sausages), Sauerkraut, German potato salad, Pumpernickel with original Black Forest ham or German cheese, and more…
- Genuine German schnaps from the Black Forest (kirsch), apricot licor, eggs licor Verpoorten, herbal liqueur Jägermeister
- German pastry: Imported Christmas stollen and German cakes made by German ladies
- and for your Christmas celebration at home: the famous Christmas stollen made by German baker Klaus Bredt
IGSG – Indo German Friendship Society Goa