Slovenian food is influenced by many nations. No wonder! After all, Italians, Austrians, Hungarians and Croats played a role in the history of the country. They all left their mark on Slovenian cooking pots, and not just in Ljubljana's kitchens.
There are regional recipes for the Frankfurt Green Sauce from Hessen that have been passed down in the family for centuries. One generation passes the recipe on to the next and keeps it like a treasure. One of these recipes is the green sauce.
Salzburg is so well known that almost everyone knows some of Salzburg's specialties. When you visit Salzburg, you can hardly avoid some of them. Nevertheless, there are some special features in the culinary arts of Salzburg that you have probably not heard of.
Kleinwalsertal You can enjoy food and drink in many places. There you will find the pleasure region game and beef, whose products you can taste in the weekly market and in hotels where enjoyment and wellness play a role.
Filled wafers that are filled with nut cream, chocolate or other flavor ingredients are often used as souvenirs in the Great Spa Towns of Europe with a picture or lettering printed on them. The Karlovy Vary wafers are well known. However, they are not only found there.
For pleasure travelers there are some specialties to discover in Aachen. These include the Aachen Printen. But there is more to eat in Aachen. For example, have you heard of Dresse Nougat? A different kind of sausage stand is also worth a visit.
Discovering this pleasure holiday in the Gailtal and hiking in the Lesachtal is pure pleasure. Discover Gailtal specialties in the Slow Food Travel Region in Carinthia and enjoy the views while hiking in the Gailtal Alps.
In the past, the mountain farmers in the mountains of Bavaria baked alpine nuts at the time of the cattle drive in autumn. Today the specialty has been rediscovered in Bavaria and Austria. Now people like to eat them with afternoon coffee. With this quark ball recipe you can make them yourself quickly and easily.
These three highlights in Monschau are something special. This includes the Hüftgold chocolate café as well as the Wilhelm Maassen coffee roastery and the Monschau mustard mill. Those who visit the place should definitely visit these three.
Did you know that a Smaland-style cheesecake takes seven hours to finish? No? We were surprised too. We were invited to Stella Nilsson's farm near Braas in Smaland.