Christmas season calls for the quintessential pork knuckle, which is one of the famous dishes here at German restaurant Brotzeit. Pork Knuckle here was huge, well worth the $39. When tapping the knife on the knuckle’s exterior, you can easily tell that the skin was crisp. However, the skin was so thick and laced with fat that it fell out in a big chunk, and I could not even chew on it as it was just too huge and tough. Encased by the skin was a huge portion of chunky meat, that paired well with the sauce, sauerkraut and potato salad on the side. Do be sure to pair it with the sauce, as the meat might get overwhelmingly dry after a while. A decent pork knuckle to have and to share with a (recommended) group.