blog posts for culinary
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In the week from February 19th to 25th, gourmet friends can explore and enjoy the top gastronomy of Vienna again as part of the Viennese restaurant week. During these days, the best chefs in the city show their delicious work with specially created menus. Marc Klein of the organizing team tells you now more about the restaurant week.
Mohnnudeln, which probably could be translated with „poppy seed noodles“, are a traditional Austrian (and Bohemian) specialty and are served as a main course as well as a dessert
Vienna is world-renowned for its coffee house culture, which has even been declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. But it is also worth to have a look over the edge of your coffee cup in the direction of tea, because also for tea lovers Vienna offers a fine selection of tea houses.
In just a few days, it's time again and Vienna will be one week from 28th August to 3rd September fully dedicated to pleasure and culinary experiences.
Radiant blue sky, scent of wood in the barn and grass that is freshly mown... the smell of roses, lavender and suncream …
This recipe for Vanilla Cream Cheese Dumplings (in German “Topfen-Obers-Nockerl”) with Raspberry Sauce is totally linked to my childhood memories of summer holidays in Burgenland.
Last week you could already read a bit about me, Angelika. Maybe you also looked around my recipes or even tried one?
Here in the blog I will now spoil you with culinary insights into my kitchen and Viennese specialties. Cooking is my passion and I am so happy that I can share it with you. So now let's start with a real classic, the real Viennese apple strudel with self-made dough.
Today it becomes again culinary in the blog, because today I introduce you to Angelika Kreitner-Beresits. She is a passionate food blogger and with her Vienna Sunday Kitchen you will not only get to know the great Austrian recipes but also the 89 year old grandmother of Angelika. Because she also plays a very important role in the blog.
And if you want now want to start with trying out the fine things, do not miss next week’s blog post as Angelika has a typical recipe from Austria prepared for you. Reading is strongly recommended.
By the way, Angelika is also the initiator of the Vienna Cooking Classes. But now she tells you more about all of this.
At the beginning of March, just right before spring starts, it is again the time of the year that the hearts of gourmets and food lovers will beat faster Vienna. Why? Because then the Viennese Restaurant Week takes place again. And here you have the opportunity to try lots of the culinary highlights of Vienna. More will now tell you Jessica Nemec from the organizer itself.
Bonbon et Chocolat, the name of the store alone is sure to make the hearts for all with a sweet tooth beat faster. But as soon as you discover what small, sweet paradise is hidden there, you will feel like in the 7th chocolate heaven. My today's secret tip brings you to Laure Doutreleau and the smallest chocolate factory in the world.
Laure is looking forward to spoil you with her fine chocolate creations (and fruity creations).
But now I let her speak herself, because her passion for chocolate can be felt everywhere.