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Abstrudeln, Reparaturseidl and Almdudler - experience Vienna

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Abstrudeln, Reparaturseidl and Almdudler - experience Vienna

The strudel is probably the best-known pastry of the Austrian cuisine, but the well-known cake with the delicious different fillings has nothing to do with “Abstrudeln”at this point of discussion.

Speculum in Advent - Christmas time is coming soon!

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Speculum in Advent - Christmas time is coming soon!

As a typical pastry of the pre-Christmas season in Germany, the speculum, which originally came from Belgium and the Netherlands, are a daily addition to coffee or tea. In Dutch language is referred to as speculaas, French as spéculoos.

Irish Coffee - when it's cold and greyish outside

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Irish Coffee - when it's cold and greyish outside

Sometimes the weather is significantly involved in the daily routine, especially when it is autumnal gray and cold and wet, you look forward to a cozy evening at home - especially if the sense is still fixed on enjoyment.

Pomegranate - delicious as juice and a jam

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Pomegranate - delicious as juice and a jam

The pomegranate in itself is a true power fruit, as we had previously reported already about the luminosity of the fruits on the tree and their appearance in the religious records of the Bible and the Koran.

Apple pie with crumble - baked in the Caravan Saphir Scand

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Apple pie with crumble - baked in the Caravan Saphir Scand

Even if you are almost constantly on the road like us, as part of the project work, and very much enjoy the various local culinary delicacies, at some point the time comes when there is a craving for the well-known - how nice would be a piece of home made apple pie with crumble and whipped cream, together with a filter coffee in such a moment.

For trout dinner to Pogradec - inexpensive and delicious

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For trout dinner to Pogradec - inexpensive and delicious

To expand the destinations for camper travelers as well for the expansion of Camper-route.de and in preparation for other items on alaturka.info we went to Pogradec, not at least to take a closer look at the local cuisine.

Asparagus season - Baked with cheese coat, very delicious

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Asparagus season - Baked with cheese coat, especially delicious

There are no other vegetables with so many anecdotes and myths about them as about asparagus, at least in Germany. Long before the asparagus was used as food, it found versatile use as a medicinal plant.

Marble cake with cream liqueur - made in the camper!

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Marble cake with whiskey cream liqueur

Earlier, before starting with the project, we regularly baked cakes, a time we sometimes missed, so the thoughts were often associated when having a coffee with the desire for freshly baked, homemade cake.

Salep - hot drink from the roots of Orchids

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Salep - hot drink from the roots of Orchids

Although it has long been set for sun and summer, sometimes there is rain and storm at Lake Ohrid, which yet surprised us wearing summer clothes. Just good, if then at least one hot drink is available, which despite wet clothes at least heats up the inner temperature - a hot glass of Salep.

Back from Georgia - bread with Turkish sucuk and jalapeno

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Back from Georgia - bread with Turkish sucuk and jalapeno

A renewed meeting with the two long-haul travelers Philipp and Micha, since yesterday on the camper stop Zampetas in Thessalonica, which had been slowed down on their way to Mongolia at the Russian border.

Crab fishing in Perea - at the Gulf of Thessalonica

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Crab fishing in Perea - at the Gulf of Thessalonica

Philip, Micha and John had actually left during the morning for fishing between Thessalonica airport and Perea. After some preparations at the camper stop Zampetas, the departure to the beach had been approached on foot, which probably should take half an hour, since the route was not clear.

Meefischli - a Main-franconian specialty during Easter

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Meefischli - a Franconian specialty from the Main during Easter

Traditionally, Meefischli should not be larger than the little finger of the statue of St. Kilian on the Würzburg Main Bridge, so at least local vernacular (which corresponds about 8 to 12 centimeters) says.

Camper Stop Zampetas - deep fried Greek anchovies

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Camper Stop Zampetas - deep fried Greek anchovies

After a tour through the old town of Thessalonica, camper guests from Bulgaria had invited for dinner with fried anchovies at the camper stop. It was easily understandable to agree: anchovies are very tasty and healthy and are also one of the cheapest fish that you can buy in Greece.

The real New York Cheese Cake - a travelogue followed

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The real New York Cheese Cake - a travelogue followed

A few days stopover with Lydia and George had also led to an invitation from Sabine and Achim to a traditional US-evening for a later the evening planned illustrated travel explanation by ship from Barcelona via Tenerife, the Azores to Florida.

Kürtöskalács - the Hungarian pastry from the roll

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Kürtöskalács - the Hungarian pastry from the roll

Whoever had brought the still warm and deliciously fragrant cake with the almost unspeakable name Kürtöskalács to the booth of Frankana, it was definitely delicious, no question, as we quickly agreed.

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