Ursula Heinzelmann is a freelance German food and wine writer, a sommelière and a gastronome. She was a good cook before she had learned to read, according to a radio interview on HR2-Kultur, and she was a practitioner before she began to write about food. She has twice been awarded the annual Sophie Coe Prize in Food History at the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, most recently in 2006. In 2008 she won the Prix du Champagne Lanson for her wine journalism on Slow Food Magazine. In 2014 Reaktion Books published her well-received Beyond Bratwurst, a chronological history of food in Germany. Ursula recorded three chapters from Beyond Bratwurst for Talking of Food.

Chapter 3: the Middle Ages

Chapter 8: the 19th Century

Chapter 11: the 20th Century

Recorded by David Watson at The Monostery

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