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 […]
Red cabbage with apples cannot be separated from an Austrian Martinigansl feast. This also applies to a Christmas goose in Austria! Or to bratwürstel with boiled potatoes… In any case: this is a must! (Go to recipe directly) So when we made our Martinigansl last week, we had to prepare som ered cabbage, of course. This recipe is […]
Today we’ve got one more recipe from my mother in law, namely an “Elsässer Baeckeoffe”, which can be translated with “Alsace Bake Oven”. It’s a very aromatic casserole with marinated meat (pork, beef or mutton), potatoes and vegetables. (Directly to recipe) Actually, in my husband’s family, this stew is the typical family dish on New Years Day. But […]
Ever tried Austrian crepes (Palatschinken) with cream cheese and lemon filling and vanilla sauce topping?
The recipe for this stew is hearty, simple and does not take too much time to cook. Perfect for a cold and rainy saturday in october. 😉
I stole my dad’s wallet recently, and I would not recommend that to anyone! Why not? Because it looks exactly like my husband’s and we keep on mixing them up all the time. But at least, this mixing up led to the following onion baguette recipe yesterday… (Go to recipe directly) Well, of course, I didn’t […]
Lovely recipe for classic Black Forest cake – with detailed step by step instructions and pictures of every step.
From Winter 2016 on there will be a series of exciting new cooking classes in Vienna, hosted by Vienna Sunday Kitchen! I will organize some special cooking classes located in private homes of experienced Viennese hobby chefs. The classes will be held in German and English. What’s special about the classes is the location and setting: […]
On a recent family visit to Burgenland, I tasted a homemade lavender syrup from my dear aunt Gitti. It has tasted so good that I simply HAVE to share the recipe with all of you! (Go to recipe directly) Also, I did a bit of research and summarized the basics of cooking syrup, if you’re a newby in […]
Making syrup is really easy! Here I have collected the most important basics for the production of your own personal homemade syrup. The tips here are mainly for syrup made from herbs and flowers (such as lavender, for example). For syrup of fruits and berries, there are a few other rules that I do not […]