How to Get More Results Out of Your abend
When I think of being “abend” (a word I just coined to describe the state of being completely relaxed), I also think of an amazing meal made with fresh local ingredients.
I don’t know what abend actually is, but I’ve heard it used as a synonym for a state of being completely relaxed. I’ve also heard it used to describe a great meal made with fresh local ingredients.
Its a phrase that is all too often used interchangeably with the word “indoor”, but its not that simple. Abend is quite literally the German word for “evening”, and as such, most people will associate it with the evening meal that is being served in an elegant home. But its in fact a fairly broad term.
Abend is a very broad term. For all intents and purposes, it can be used to describe any meal that is prepared at a home or restaurant. It is a very broad term indeed. When used in reference to food, a word like abend can be used to describe a full meal that is prepared in a restaurant or home. It is not used in reference to simple meals that are served at home.
For all intents and purposes, a meal can be prepared in a home or restaurant, and that meal can be called abend. But if you use the word abend to describe a meal served at a restaurant or home, you are in the wrong here. The word is used to describe the meal, not the people who prepare it.
The food at a restaurant or home is not abend, it is an abench. I would say that is a pretty safe way to describe it.
The word abend has a long history in English. It comes from the Old English abend, meaning a meal, and the medieval abend used to mean a meal with wine. It was used in English to mean a meal that was served in a tavern or inn, and in the 18th century it was used to mean a meal provided to people in need—the type of meal you wouldn’t normally expect to see at a restaurant or home.
Abend is a word that has two meanings. It can mean an evening meal, and it can also mean an afternoon tea served in a restaurant. That said, a lot of people use the word more to mean an afternoon tea than to mean an evening meal. The word is used to describe a meal served to people in need, and we see it used for that purpose often.
Abend is also used to denote a meal provided in a restaurant (see the entry for that), but at least one dictionary defines the word as a meal served to children. In fact there are even two meanings of the term (and more) in the dictionary. For example, the term abend-table, which is often used to denote a restaurant that serves abend, is used to refer to the dining room of a restaurant.
Since we’re a restaurant, I’m not sure whether it’s just us or not. The restaurant menu can be accessed at the abend-table website, but this site only hosts abend-tables, not abend-meals.