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I have not yet traveled to Austria so this is my vision of this beautiful country in my dreams. It is inspired by my son's sweetheart who is a native Austrian. He is going there to spend the Christmas Season with her and her family. In preparation for his visit, her family will be creating some traditional Austrian recipes. These crepes, desserts and beverages represent just a few!
One of my favorite culinary experiences is dim sum: a Chinese tradition where bite sized dumplings, buns and other small dishes are constantly served in moving carts and eaten alongside a steady stream of hot tea.
The dishes are countless - ranging from soft steamed buns to dumplings, deep fried rolls and many more delightful dishes. It has a long history and has since evolved into a staple as the classic weekend brunch spot for Chinese families.
I remember going to dim sum with my family as a child and loving the classic dishes such as ha gao (shrimp dumlings) and xiu mai (pork dumplings) along with rice cakes and egg tarts. It was always a scrumptious time - a magical place where we were allowed to take bites of dessert in between every bite of "real food."
There is a region in bavaria called the Allgäu. It is famous for the beautifull Alps, for fairy tail castles from our former king ludwig the 2nd and of course for Kässpätzle. It´s a kind of handmade pasta with flavourfull Cheese and fried onions, absolutly delicious.
My Sumission to the Global Cuisine challenge
My aunt and I traveled to Portugal and I totally fell in love with the country! I took an unusual delight in photographing shaped breads in the shop windows (and mourned for the poor crocodile who lost its arm!). As I recall, I always ate chicken for dinner while my aunt always ate sea bass. I'd go back in a heartbeat!
This mixed vegetable curry dish is tasty, quick and easy to prepare.
Try sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes. Broccoli can substitute for cauliflower. Left over curry is delicious.
Keep covered in a bowl, and refrigerated for 2-3 days. Enjoy!