By Naumann & Göbel Verlag
Alpine-cabin enjoyable within the kitchen
Imagine returning to a country cabin and lucrative your self with a steaming bowl of bacon dumplings, Austrian noodles with cabbage or South Tirolian pancakes with sugar and dried fruit, after an exhilarating day of mountaineering or snowboarding. That's the scrumptious flavor of the Alps. sign up for us on a culinary journey of the mountains, from western Austria to northern Italy, and adventure the variety of the alpine kitchen: from conventional, hearty, easy domestic cooking to Mediterranean dishes with a gentle touch.
- a mess of beautiful recipes for the precise remain in an alpine cabin
- nice images with each recipe
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21 Beer, then, was a smart drink from almost every perspective—health, nutrition, hydration, and pleasure—and it soon became the universal drink, despite the common belief that the masses drank only beer and the elites drank only wine. In fact, everyone who drank alcohol drank beer, but whereas the wealthy supplemented their beer with wine, the bulk of the population did not. Wall paintings from Egypt in the second century BC show scenes of banquets where members of the royal family and their entourage are drinking two beverages.
The association of drinking women and sexual activity is common in Western cultures and an excellent example of the double standard of sexual morality, which holds women to different standards of behavior from those permitted to men. To men of the Greek elite, wine was clearly a special beverage, and while this can be said of elites in other societies where wine was consumed, none regarded wine so highly that they eventually vilified beer and the people who drank it. As the Greeks came into contact with the regions around them, they encountered peoples who drank solely beer or beer and other alcoholic beverages.