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The Krapfen King: Schlutzkrapfen

He loves to eat them himself. When a cook is inspired to potter around for that reason, little can go wrong. Patrick Trois, chef at the Dorfkrug in Mösern, makes people’s taste buds dance with joy with his Schlutzkrapfen. Naturally, it’s a Tyrolean dance… Watching ...
Kitchen

Recipe for happiness: Schlutzkrapfen

“You can’t eat happiness.” Yes, you can – here in Tyrol! Because we have got “Schlutzkrapfen”. A regional, traditional and most of all delicious dish that is simply part of Tyrol. The “Schlutzkrapfen” is the king of the “Krapfen”, a special kind of filled noodles. ...
Winter

You better be nice…

Even if you may have forgotten – on this day you know: It’s worth being nice all over the year. Because they are feared by nearly everybody, the big, hairy companion of Nicholas, the Krampusse. On December, 05. is the so called „Krampus day“ and ...
Kitchen

Törggelen at Ropferstub’m: Gerstlsuppe & Roasted Chestnuts

Autumn is the season for Törggelen! A relaxed and hearty get-together with friends and family, delicious wine and tasty food: That is Törggelen. And what should never be missing at a good Törggelen? A good “Gerstlsuppe” and roasted chestnuts! This is why we have got ...
Summer

When the cows come back home…

Cows are part of the Tyrol, like the Lederhose and Dirndl, dumplings on the alpine pastures or the dreamlike mountain world from which we are surrounded. They spend the summer in the mountains and the surrounding pastures. When the animals return from the mountains to the ...
Summer

Festival of Traditional Tyrolean Handicrafts

It’s not possible to imagine our events calendar without the Traditional Handicrafts Festival – a day when the old traditions are experienced and celebrated. Values that have been passed down from generation to generation over the centuries. I met up with two master craftsmen who ...

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