The universal taste of Christmas is a permanent fixture in South Tyrol’s holiday baked goods.
Roast pork filled with apples and plums not only tastes good, it is an absolute feast for the eyes, too.
These South Tyrolean pretzels pair perfectly with a South Tyrolean Goldmuskateller wine.
It isn’t Christmas without hazelnuts, and these biscuits use 100 grams of South Tyrolean nuts.
The taste most people know from real Italian pesto is absolutely delicious in sweets.
Anise, usually used in Schüttelbrot flatbread, gives these winter cookies their authentic local taste.
The sweetness of homemade jam, at odds with the name (Spitzbub = scoundrel), adds a touch of summer.
This traditional recipe for the sweet South Tyrolean dessert "Apple Knödel" delights young and old.
Do you think you can only bake apple strudel from fresh Southtyrolean apples? Then you should be inspired by this delicious recipe for a juicy apple pie.