Food terms in German

I left out words that are too similar in English, like "Butter", and some obvious choices, like "Wurst" and "Sauerkraut". I tried to make it as unambiguous as possible, but - nobody is perfect. Enjoy!
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Last updated: June 16, 2019
First submittedJune 16, 2019
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German
English
Suppe
soup
Brötchen
bread roll/bun
Hühnchen
chicken
Käse
cheese
Forelle
trout
Schinken
ham
Lachs
salmon
Rosenkohl
Brussels sprouts
Pfifferling
chanterelle
Kartoffelpüree
mashed potatoes
Möhre
carrot
Zwiebel
onion
Spinat
spinach
German
English
Fenchel
fennel
Bratkartoffeln
fried potatoes
Rührei
scrambled eggs
Gurke
cucumber
Muskatnuss
nutmeg
Schnittlauch
chives
Petersilie
parsley
Linse
lentil
Sahne
cream
Eis
ice cream
Kuchen
cake
Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte
Black Forest cake
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Level 77
Jan 22, 2022
Nice quiz - I found it after today's Italian food words. I would recommend including Pilz instead of Pfifferling because it is more general and perhaps more straightforward. There are very few who guessed it correctly. And maybe you could accept pickle in addition to cucumber for Gurke? What about accepting lox in addition to salmon?