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Blunz’n-Gröstl and Glühwein

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Biomarkt, December 2006 in Vienna, Austria

Blunz’n-Gröstl is an Austrian snack meaning “fried blood sausage.” It’s usually fried with potato, onion, and bacon and served with Sauerkraut (fermented shredded cabbage, served warm).
Glühwein is heated red wine with spices, which (or Punsch) can be found around every corner in winter.

The Biomarkt (organic market) on the historical square “Freyung” in Vienna has the best Blunz’n-Gröstl I’ve ever had in Austria and of course, every ingredient is organic.


Written by Chanteuse am Graben

October 10, 2008 at 4:27 pm

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