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The Château d'Orion cooks a delicious two-course menu for us

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A pre-Christmas menu by Manuel Kohler, castle chef at the Château d'Orion The "Château d'Orion" is a historic castle that was once a lay monastery and is idyllically located in southwest France between Biarritz and Pau. The 500-year-old château is now a wonderful meeting place in terms of Franco-German friendship. You can do this in the castle kitchen ...

The Gutshaus Stellshagen prepares pumpkin tiramisu for us

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An autumn dessert by Anke and Meike, cooks from Gutshaus Stellshagen. While Thanksgiving is being celebrated in other latitudes, where the famous pumpkin pie is a must, pumpkin dishes are also enjoying increasing popularity in this country. And no wonder: The autumn classic pumpkin is full of vitamins, is low in calories and grows and thrives in the local gardens ...

The Gitschberg prepares larch tip Buchtel for us

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A wild herb recipe from Barbara, hostess of the Hotel Gitschberg Our South Tyrolean mountain hotel opposite the Dolomites at a total of 1.400 meters above sea level not only attracts with its unique location, but also with around 280 days of sunshine per year. In addition to numerous activities, you can enjoy the finest clear mountain air here. And since fresh air is known to make you hungry ...

Rifugio Lanzagallo prepares Sicilian ricotta ravioli for us

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A regional recipe from Modica by Daniela, hostess of the Rifugio Lanzagallo “Paese che vai usanza che trovi” is a well-known Italian proverb and means something like “other countries, other customs”. True to this motto, every Sicilian city has its own traditional dishes that are reverently guarded in the family and passed on from generation to generation.