I think one of my favorite parts of the whole lesson was learning about the proper etiquette. The etiquette from what to wear to how to ask and accept (or decline) a dance. If you attend a ball with a group of people, which supposedly you typically do, all the men will dance with all the women of the table.
January 28, 2016
The Sacher Hotel was one place I really wanted to visit and strictly because of the cake. In culinary school we made a “Sacher Torte”. That was a recipe to try to mimic that of the most famous cake in the world, the Sacher Torte. That originated in the Sacher Hotel, too. They keep their recipe locked in a safe (yes that is how important it is) but serve it in their cafe or sell them for you to take home. I was able to see the beauty of the hotel and all their unique rooms and also try the Sacher torte. How could I not try being in Vienna?
January 27, 2016
That was my introduction to Bianca’s demo kitchen. Bianca is the head chef and our host for the evening. We are taken upstairs where they have a sommelier and large display of appetizer to snack on before we begin. We are greeted with a glass of rosé upon entering and split into three teams to make a three course meal. The three meals represent three Austrian cities – Salzburg, Innsbruck, and Vienna.
January 25, 2016
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