There's Nothing More German Than a Big, Fat Juicy Döner Kebab
Turkish Meat Treat Has Made Some Rich, but It Causes Political Indigestion, Too
By JAMES ANGELOS
In fast food, Germany is better known for wurst. But few German street snacks are more appreciated than the Turkish döner kebab.
Brought to Germany four decades ago, the döner is to Berlin what pizza is to New York: a transplanted food that has taken on a new life in its adopted land. Today, there are more döner stands in Berlin than in Istanbul. And about 720 million servings are sold nationally each year according to an industry association.
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