The worlds most favorite chocolate cake is the best way to end a dinner party. Serve it with some great Austrian coffee and your guests will remember the invite for a long time to come.
Viennese Apple Studel is synonymous with the coffeehouse culture one finds throughout Austria.
Tafelspitz is simply boiled beef with a variety of root vegetables, delicious broth, served with roasted potatoes and horseradish and chives sauce. Simply delicious.
Soup with semolina dumplings
Semolina dumpling soup is a great starter for a sophisticated meal.
Fillet of trout with forest mushrooms
The best of two worlds come together in this easy to replicate recipe: trout from Austria's crystal clear lakes and savory mushrooms from the forrests surrounding it.
This hearty dish was first mentioned in a Tyrolean cook book dating back to the 16th century and is sure to turn any cool evening into a heartwarming affair.
Styrian breaded chicken salad
This easy dish is a specialty of Styria and home to famous pumpkinseed oil. This salad recipe combines the crispy aspect of the breaded chicken bits with the freshness of salad.
Charr à la meunière
The clear lakes in Salzburg offer the best conditions for local fish, among those charr and trout as well as pike, tench, carp, eel and perch.
The Linzer Torte is the culinary emblem of the capital city of Upper Austria and it is quite easy to bake yourself.
Esterházy roast beef
Named after one of Austria's most prominent aristocratic families: the Esterhazy roast beef will be a big hit at your next family dinner.
Cheese noodles from Carinthia
Kasnudel (carinthian cheese noodles), are a very typical specialty from Austria's most southern region - Carinthia.
Goulash is on of Austria's comfort foods and is a staple dish in any Viennese coffehouse as well as rustic Gasthaus. This is my favorite goulash recipe - Enjoy.
Macaroni & cheese - Austrian style: this hearty dish is served in Austria's alpine huts and tastes especially good after a long walk.
Also known as "Emporers Trifle" this dish is a true staple in Viennese cuisine and can not only be served as dessert but also as a main course. And: It is really easy to make.
During apricot season delight your family with traditional Austrian dumplings. This sweet yet savory dish can be served as a main course or a dessert.
Vanillekipferl have always been my favorite christmas cookies. Here is my grandmother's recipe, which is easy to make and really delicious.
Did you know that the "real" Wiener Schnitzel is made from veal and served with parsley potatoes, rice, or potato salad?
This great spread is served in typical Heurigen wine taverns throughout Austria's wine growing regions and is served best on pumpernickel or rye bread.
Mulled wine: Gluehwein
There is one drink Austrians treasure during the christmas season: Gluehwein.