Carinthia’s first-class culinary story
The Slow Food Movement strives to keep alive the traditional Carinthian dishes and the ways of making them, to maintain native livestock and produce, to take care of a consumer’s health, and generally to ensure a better sense of responsibility for the food industry. Carinthia has long been a “foody” heaven and the best way for your group to infiltrate the culinary heart and soul of the destination is through the slow food programme. Here you can follow old fashioned recipes and get a chance to learn how to make bread and cheese, brew your own beer and get familiar
with the traditional way of making smoked ham and beekeeping. Carinthia’s cuisine isn’t just a food thing – it’s much more of a way of life.