This warming drink is absolutely ideal for cosy winter evenings in a hut (or anywhere), is easy to make, and tastes absolutely delicious.
The Pongauer Kasnocken are a popular, hearty cheese dish which has a different name and preparation technique depending on the region.
At the award-winning chef Andreas Döllerer in Salzburg, enjoy Pinzgauer Scots with raspberries, larch tops and sorrel ice cream, or cook your own.
Indulge in this sumptuous roast beef, named after one of Austria's most prominent families.
The lake trout is a perennial favourite of Austrian chefs and gastronomes.
This Pannonian fish soup has a completely unique flavour and stems from the unique countryside around Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland.
These small doughy treats are readily given a spicy twist.
A healthy recipe with stinging nettle to detoxify and strengthen the immune system.
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.
This specialty of Styria features the region's famous pumpkin seed oil.
Linzer Eyes Cookies are probably one of the most famous and traditional Christmas bakeries in Austria.
This hearty dish will turn any cool evening into a heartwarming affair.
This goulash owes its name to the coachmen who drive the carriages around Vienna.
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