Kitchen

Kitchen,Winter

Tyrolean Wine Noodles: Grandma’s Christmas Recipe

Many wonderful smells hang in the air at Christmas time. One scent brings back childhood memories that are particularly happy: Grandma’s wine noodles. Wine noodles with mulled wine (or, in a child-friendly way, with berry juice) are a real traditional Tyrolean dish at Christmas time ...
Kitchen,Summer

Sweet childhood memory: Moosbeernocken

They simply belong to the summer like sunshine and swimming: billberries! These nutricious blue berries are currently growing everywhere in our region. They are not only the perfect energy boost during a hike, but also the engredient for delicious deserts. We have got one recipe ...
Kitchen,Summer

Wild herb soup: Recipe for a delicious, healthy soup

The meadows, forests and mountain pastures are full of precious treasures: in the Tyrolean mountain summer, a huge variety of versatile flowers and herbs blooms. One only needs to identifying them – and process them in a tasty way. In a wild herb soup the ...
Kitchen

A piece of Tyrol at home: Recipe for a perfect Brettljause

Hardly anything tastes more Tyrolean than a hearty Brettljause. Up in the mountains on an alpine pasture it tastes especially good, of course, but at home it is pure enjoyment too. Get a piece of Tyrol home and on the dining table: here are our ...
Kitchen

The Easter Kitchen: All About Pinzen and Striezeln

There are certain things that are just typical for the Easter period in the Tyrol: painted eggs, the Easter bunny – and ‘Pinzen’ and ‘Striezel’! These tasty delicacies help to sweeten any Easter snack. And they aren’t too difficult to make – we have dusted ...
Kitchen,Winter

Tyrolean easter tradition: Fine fasting soups

Every year the traditional fasting period begins on Ash Wednesday in Tyrol. It’s an ancient Christian custom supposed to cleanse and strengthen body and soul during the 40 days until Easter. However, the focus is not necessarily on beach bodies or superfluous kilos, but rather ...

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