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.
Pumpkin seed oil is one of the most important products from the southern Styria region in Austria. Again and again you can see fields along the streets where the orange pumpkins grow in summer.
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.
A guest at the Fonda fish farm in Portoroz Slovenia. Dr. Irena Fonda, the owner and manager of the Fonda fish farm in the Bay of Portoroz. The blonde woman comes from a family in which the sea has always played a major role.
Bring a taste of the Wild West to your plate with HuntChef Wild Turkey & Green Chili Soup. A culinary adventure that will inspire you. Try Master Chef Jeremy Critchfield's Turkey & Green Chili Soup.
An Italian hard cheese comes from the region around Sogliano al Rubicone. Fossa cheese is a special cheese that owes its name to the way it is made. Slow Food Emilia Romagna interests us in the area of Cesenatico.
Slow Food in Canada: You can get crabs, lobster, caviar and salmon from the neighbors A slow food menu in New Brunswick reads like a who's who of the most delicious seafood specialties that the Atlantic coast in Canada has to offer: there are crabs, lobsters , Caviar and salmon - fresh or smoked - on the table. [...]
In Styria, people appreciate the delights of the region, which are produced on farms, wineries, distilleries, chocolate factories and cheese dairies. A Styrian vacation becomes a treat for the palate when you take the time to visit producers.
We started looking for restaurants and pubs that will appeal to connoisseurs. These are the restaurants that we discovered. Foodies will feel at home there.
Do you already know the nines? This is a Christmas tradition in Saxony. Advent is the time when visitors make their way to the Ore Mountains. Not only do traditions and local dishes lure, but also spices from grandma's kitchen contribute to the attraction.