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ROASTED FENNEL WITH GARLIC AND LEMON

Let’s be honest – the Viennese cuisine is not so much a summery cuisine… …Viennese Schnitzel, Pork Roast, dumplings, creamy cakes… also if you are passionate about that the rest of the year, during the really hot summer days (in Vienna called the “Hundstage” which could be translated with “dog days”), you may want to […]

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QUICK AND EASY ROSEMARY PEACH SORBET

A week ago, I made this rosemary peach sorbet to get rid of a few almost overripe peaches. … And I was thrilled! The rosemary gives the sorbet an additional freshness and adds a summery aroma. After the photoshooting of the sorbet I could not hold it back anymore! And so the peach sorbet turned […]

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THE PERFECT GRILL MARINADE FORMULA

I usually belong to the species of the side-dish and beer-providers, when it comes to grilling. Therefore, for my last recipe, glazed pork loin steaks with nectarines and sheep’s cheese zucchini rolls, I asked for some advice among the barbecue experts in my circle of friends. If the steaks are placed in a grill marinade […]

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HOW TO PREVENT PORK LOIN FROM DRYING OUT ON THE GRILL

Sometimes it happens. Your grilled pork loin steaks got dry and are hard as a stone. With these tipps, you can prevent this tragedy! As I’ve already written in my last pork loin recipe, pork loin steak is a particularly low-fat meat. This makes it popular but also more difficult to grill. (Compared with sausages, […]

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INSIGHT INTO THE KOSHER CUISINE IN VIENNA [KOSHER COOKING CLASSES]

The Jewish culture and kosher cuisine are inextricably linked to the history of Vienna. And yet  most Viennese people know very little about this aspect of Viennese everyday life. That is why, with my new project, the Vienna Cooking Classes, I also offer cookery courses for kosher cuisine! In the project hobby cooks invite you […]

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VIENNA COOKING CLASSES STARTING APRIL 2017!

Yes, I know! I didn’t post any new recipe for a while now. Today I tell you why. I was REEEAAALLY busy with my new project, and I am totally excited to tell you more about it! It is called “Vienna Cooking Classes” and its about private cookery classes in the homes of passionate Viennese hobby chefs! […]

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DIY FRUIT TEA – CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR TEA LOVERS

Here comes a very nice christmas gift idea for tea lovers – homemade diy fruit tea with rose hips, apples and oranges! Homemade fruit tea – which fruits? For my fruit tea I used a mixture of dried rose hips, apple peels, and lemon and orange peels. I also added some dried lemon balm, but […]

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FOODBLOGGER COOKIE EXCHANGE PARTY

On saturday I attended the annual Foodblogger Cookie Exchange Party. We met at the “Designverliebt” Design Market in St. Pölten. Everybody brought a box with one kind of cookies to share – and went home with lots of different ones… ;D What a nice idea! I brought my granny’s “Nürnberger Lebkuchen” (gingerbread). Click here for the […]

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GRANNIES TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS GINGERBREAD COOKIES

How much is “a little”? Now I know! It is exactly 50 gram. At least when it comes to candied orange peels. Wasn’t that easy to find out, ya know… When you ask Grandma how much “a little” is, she would say something like “Well! It’s a bit! Not too much! Otherwise it will be too […]

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MARTINIGANSL – AUSTRIAN ROAST GOOSE FOR SAINT MARTIN’S DAY

Because it is traditionally only offered in restaurants for a few weeks in October/November, the Martinigansl is something very special. This one is a very good recipe, where the roast goose is stuffed with chestnuts and dried plums. (Directly to recipe) Last week, my dear friend Claudia showed me how to make a Martinigansl. We also […]