Apfelküchle – apple slices dipped in batter and then baked/fried in clarified butter
Bibeliskäs (Bibeleskäs, Bibbeliskäs) – quark with herbs, goes well with boiled potatoes or "brägele" fried potatoes
Bobbele – No, this isn't something to eat, although they may look pretty tasty. A Bobbele is a native of Freiburg.
Brägele – fried potatoes, often with bacon or onions.
Chriäse – cherries
Datschi – plum cake
Flädle – added to soup, pancakes cut into strips
Guzele – candy
Gschwelldi – boiled potatoes
Hock – short for "Hockete" – sitting together. Hock is the name given to an outdoor festival with beer benches, regional wine and beer and simple Baden dishes, usually with live music.
Holder – elderberry blossoms
Iis – ice cream
Knöpfle – round spätzle (egg noodles)
Krummbieresupp – potato soup
Kratzete (Kratzede) – torn pancakes, pancakes torn into small pieces in the frying pan, also delicious as a dessert with powdered sugar and compote
Metzelsupp – sausage stock
Moscht – fruit juice (from grapes, apples or pears) usually already a little fermented
Nüsslisalat – lamb's lettuce
Pederle – parsley
Ridderli – a small piece of chocolate
Schäufele – Cured and smoked pork shoulder in the shape of a shovel. Often served with "Brägele" or potato salad.
Strauße (Straußenwirtschaft, Straussi, Besenwirtschaft) – seasonal restaurants run by wine-makers, serving home-made wine and simple home cooking.
Uffschnitt – different types of sausage cut into slices
Verisserli – a digestif
Viertele – a quarter liter of wine
Weckle – bread roll
Zibärtle – a schnapps made from wild plums