Hendl

Hendl is the Austro-Bavarian word for "chicken", most commonly in its roasted form. Paprika Hendl is mentioned in bram stokers dracula, as a dish enjoyed by J. Harker who wishes to get the recipe for his wife to be Mina. Hendln are traditionally served in Bavarian beer gardens or at festivals such as Oktoberfest, and are generally eaten with a Brezen and/or a Maß of beer. They are also widely available from mobile rotisserie trucks that park near well-frequented locations such as supermarkets or large parking lots.

The standard German term is "Hähnchen" or "Brathähnchen". In East Germany it is often called "Broiler".

Other articles related to "hendl":

Walter Hendl - Biography
... Hendl was born in West New York, New Jersey, and later went on to study with Fritz Reiner at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia ... In 1953, Hendl became the music director of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra ... In 1958, Reiner appointed Hendl associate conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and he served in this post until 1963 ...
Eastman School Of Music - Administration
... Hanson was then succeeded by conductor Walter Hendl ... Hendl served as director from 1964 to 1972, and was then succeeded by pianist and musicologist Robert Freeman who served from 1972 to 1996 ... Hendl’s resignation (May 1972) until Robert Freeman assumed the position in July 1973 ...