For a twist on traditional macaroni cheese, all you need is a mix of cheeses that melt easily, don’t go too stringy and are deliciously artery blocking.
Heading to the kitchen for a bit of cooking is a fun thing to do and is not skiing
A macaroni style comfort food and cheese feast. Kasespatzle translates as ‘little cheese sparrows’, fear not this dish doesn’t contain any meat!
Vegetarian Grostl is a leftovers fry up with potato and a fried egg on top, Al Murray says this makes it a British dish, but I’ll give it to the Austrians.
South America is known for big, fat juicy steaks and full-bodied red wine. I’ll take the wine, but as a vegetarian I prefer my recipe for vegetarian chilli.
Fladlesuppe is a top veggie meal in Austrian ski resorts. It can use leftover pancakes and left over soup or be made from scratch with this recipe.
Kaiserschmarrn comes in a portion big enough to share between two or three. Chopped up pancakes with fruit (usually plum or apple) jam, sugar and cream.
Oh, how I love Austria and its dumplings. A particular favourite of mine is the Kaspressknodel; cheese dumpling, squashed and fired; yum!
I have seen suggestions that this year putting the clocks forward by about four months should do it!
Being able to resist a mountain of scotch pancakes has always been a problem for me! At least carbo-loading means you can then ski non-stop ‘til sunset.
Even after eating nothing but Aloo Gobi for several days this is still one of my favourite curries; I think curried potato and cauliflower takes some beating.