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Tirol native Theresa Schuler is a creative mountain adventurer who loves to share her culinary secrets and the latest trends (ok, maybe she keeps a few to herself).

Updated on 02.02.2021 in Food & Drink from Theresa
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An icon of Austrian cuisine, “Kaiserschmarrn” is a fluffy shredded pancake, which has its name from the Austrian Emperor, Kaiser Franz Joseph I, who was very fond of this kind of dish. To me, it’s the perfect comfort food for when I am taking a break from skiing (I am kind of a sweet tooth!). Pancakes are loved the world over, but in Tirol, we have our own recipe. Sometimes it helps to have a visual: Watch the video below where we will walk you through every step of how to make this absolute must-eat food of Tirol. Of course we’ve got you covered and share this fantastic recipe with you.Enjoy!
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Cover the Stollen with melted clarified butter and finally add a thick layer of icing sugar.
Updated on 09.12.2020 in Food & Drink from Theresa
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Despite my best intentions every year, in the run-up to Christmas I always end up overindulging in sweet treats such as sugary "Vanillekipferl" biscuits and Christmas Stollen. But hey, let's be honest, I'm not the only one, right?Marian Moschen from the website Mann backt has shared with us his special recipe for traditional Christmas Stollen. I wish you lots of fun making it and a peaceful, enjoyable Christmas!
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World Champion at the 2018 Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg, Michael Ploner prepares fresh, locally sourced ingredients together skilfully at his parents’ Alpen-Comfort-Hotel Central in Nauders. The young celebrity chef likes giving his thoughtfully crafted fare a bit of a fun twist by making extensive use of the rich variety of herbs found in Tirol. Today, however he prepares one of his first and most traditional recipes: “Tiroler Paunzen”. A true staple of Tirol, Paunzen are made of potatoes and fried in clarified butter and rapeseed oil. Michael Ploner learned how to cook potato Paunzen from his grandfather at an early age and kindly shares his recipe with Blog.Tirol readers.
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Ausblick von der Mandlspitze, Julia Müller
Updated on 22.01.2020 in Recommendations from Theresa
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A family weekend in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, a spa getaway in Kitzbühel and vegetarian cuisine in Stumm are just three of the things we think you should have on your Tirol bucket list for 2020. Our blog team has been hard at work putting together a list of places in Tirol you simply have to visit in the coming year. Scroll down to find out more.
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Have you ever wondered what it used to be like in Innsbruck in the year 1905? Well, there was an iron bridge over the Inn River, a tram route across Maria-Theresien-Street and a custom house in front of the Triumphal Arch. I know that because we placed ourselves back in time: Thanks to a VR-enhanced TimeTour we could see Tirol’s capital as it looked in the early 20th century. So don’t wonder what it looked like. Witness it.
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Tirol Botschafter Gunnar Munthe
Updated on 08.02.2019 in People from Theresa
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A young Swedish economics student dropped out of university, ran away to the Tirolean Alps and bought a bar beside a ski run above St. Anton. His name was Gunnar Munthe and at his bar he presided over the evolution of a new kind of après ski, turning a once-genteel activity into something raucous and loud. And did he ever return to university? We have visited Gunnar at his home in St. Anton – he has 101 stories to tell about his incredible life. 
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Foto: Casey Moore
Updated on 14.01.2019 in Family from Theresa
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New Zealand native Casey Moore lives in East Sussex, England, where he works as a photographer. The following series of photos were all shot during a family holiday in Hochgurgl and Serfaus.
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Photo: Stefan Gapp
From 19 February until 3 March the world’s best ski jumpers, cross-country skiers and Nordic combined athletes gathered in Seefeld, Tirol, for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2019. Following an action-packed final weekend, we take a look back at the best moments from the last two weeks.
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First day of competition at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2019 in Seefeld.
The first weekend of competition at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2019 in Seefeld is over. More than 200,000 fans were on hand to cheer on the 717 athletes competing. We have put together a collection of the most important moments and impressive photos from the opening weekend.
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