This activity introduces students to German cuisine through having them work in pairs to put together a little presentation about one recipe. You can use any recipes here; I used several from Tim Mälzer's cookbook /Heimat/ and made copies for class, but I can't put them here due to copyright issues. If you don't have recipes available, chefkoch.de has many that can be printed out for free. Alternatively, students can browse the internet to find a recipe at home that looks interesting to them and bring it to class. This is a great opportunity for students to work with authentic materials and to learn about German food culture. While other students are presenting, students fill in the table I've included here that asks them to listen for particular pieces of information.
This activity was originally used in an undergraduate German 2 course to introduce a unit on food, but it could be used for other levels and ages without much adaptation.