The leaves are falling and some people are feeling melancholy. Summer with its fruity desserts and its cool beer in the beer garden, etc. is over. Winter is coming.
But before that, there is autumn and we think autumn is much more than a transitional period. Check out these interesting articles around the topic of autumn & gastronomy:
Autumn is mushroom season:
Mycology: the trumpet of death
At first glance, this edible mushroom is rather off-putting to laymen due to its sooty grey to black color. But this reluctance disappears once the trumpet of death mushroom hits the taste buds.
Fall treat for the palate:
It’s not all just venison or wild boar. After all, many other creatures live in the forest and mountains. Ever cooked up a beaver, badger or racoon? What sounds exotic today was once considered a delicacy. It’s time to start rethinking a few things.
Outdoor dining in the fall?
Well of course!
Outside is the new in
One thing we all have to used to is that Corona is a permanent guest and the measures surrounding it are impacting and driving business – to a sometimes greater, sometimes lesser degree. However, even the strictest of lockdowns is over at some point and then it’s time to safely enjoy things outside again!
Classic autumn dish:
Goose easy peasy
We used to say the way to win a man’s heart is through his stomach. However, these days it’s all about comfort food. In other words, food that is tasty, comforting and indulgent, food that evokes the past with the same tastes and flavors we once knew. This topic is particularly important these days because comfort food is all the rage with to-go orders and delivery.