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Eating habits in South Tyrol

Most of the day rhythms are scanned by moments when we sit at the table to eat! This is also in South Tyrol! Here, mothers and grandmothers still cook for their families every day.

Schüttelbrot
Schüttelbrot

Schüttelbrot from South Tyrol is the best during a traditional afternoon snack.

© IDM Südtirol - Damian Pertoll
Speck from South Tyrol
Speck from South Tyrol

Speck, trdaitionally served on a wooden board

© IDM Südtirol - Damian Pertoll
Dairy plant Sterzing
Dairy plant Sterzing

Franziska is drinking milk from the dairy plant Sterzing

© Latteria Vipiteno
Alpe Pragas - Jams
Alpe Pragas - Jams

Many different types of delicious jams!

© Alpe Pragas

In the morning we rose early, many families still have the stable and livestock care, it is not strange to see along the streets in the morning the cans of milk just milked ready to be collected.

And beginning the day so early, breakfast must be abundant! Whole-milk yogurt, home-made bread and jam! For the most gluttonous even eggs and bacon! Those who can not work from early morning in the stable here are accustomed to making a good substantial breakfast.

Bacon dumplings with soup
Bacon dumplings with soup

Dumplings can be served an many ways, with soup or salad and also as a sweet dessert. The typical South Tyrolean dish is not only offered in mountian huts, but also in restaurants and hotels.

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Speck dumplings
Speck dumplings

In South Tyrol is said that a woman is ready to marry only when she can do the dumplings!

© babsi_w - Fotolia.com

For lunch, the farmers' wives almost always cooked dumplings, in many variations. Still today, they are the favourite dish by many, along with Mediterranean and international delicacies.

If you have spent a few days of holiday in any location in South Tyrol you have noticed that the dinner is very soon! From 6:30 pm. The kitchens up to 9 pm close… and to be able to eat something later in the evening is really crazy!

One thing is sure in Tyrolean habits: the products consumed here are all genuine! Milk, water, bread, fruit and vegetables have unique flavours and are rich in energy and vitamins!

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Kaiserschmarrn
Kaiserschmarrn

At the inns, restaurants and mountain huts in Partschins and environs, you can enjoy typical South Tyrolean dishes and traditional desserts.

© Helmuth Rier - TV Partschins
Greaschtl
Greaschtl

The Greaschtl, a typical South Tyrolean dish, is prepared of beef and potatoes and can best be enjoy directly from the pan.

© IDM Alto Adige/Stefano Scatà
Strauben
Strauben

Strauben are a typical dessert from South Tyrol that is prepared of a dough made of eggs and milk. It is fried in oil and served with cranberry jam.

© IDM Alto Adige/Frieder Blickle
Culinary pleasures in Partschins
Culinary pleasures in Partschins

In Partschins, Rabland and Töll, lovers of the typical South Tyrolean cuisine will feel like in paradise.

© Helmuth Rier - TV Partschins

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