Kuhnibert, the little bull, wants to be a chef. He loves to eat and cook. You see, he's what we call a GourMini. And in order to collect recipes, he's always out and about in the countryside around his home - the Fuschlsee region.
His favorite time of year, though, is from the start of July to the end of September. Kuhnibert would be thrilled if you'd join him on his search for great food along the Via Culinaria 4 Kids. On the GourMini map, he's marked 6 of his favorite spots, and he'd love to invite you and your family to come cook there with him and enjoy some of the delicious dishes. They also have recipes there for you to take with you and cook at home.
There are a total of 6 GourMini destinations for youngsters to visit during their hikes and outings in and around Fuschl:
At the Hundsmarktmühle in Thalgau, we'll show you how to cook fish-on-a-stick and give you some great tips all about fishing.
You'll get to flavor your own fish with fresh herbs, grill it over an open fire, then gobble it all up .... yum!
Blending the flour, making the bread starter, kneading the dough, then sliding it into the oven. And boy, how good it smells when you slice into that fresh loaf of bread. Not to mention the taste!
The farmer at the Oberhinteregghof in Faistenau will even award you a very special bread-baking diploma.
During a guided hike up to the Gruberalm and the Mayerlehenhütte, we'll collect all kinds of fresh alpine herbs, which we will then turn into a pesto with an amazing flavor or, if we prefer, a refreshing herb lemonade.
And, good for mom and dad to know - the way up to the hut is also suitable for prams.
"Stick bread" - as you might guess from the name - involves wrapping the dough around a wooden stick, then baking it over an open fire.
You can make your very own stick bread at the Rumingmühle in Fuschl am See. And if you want to kick the bread up a notch, add some freshly cut chives right out of the herb garden.
An irresistible dessert, an absolute favorite here in SalzburgerLand and a must for anyone with a sweet tooth - Pofesen, our version of French toast. At the 500-year-old Rauchhaus Mühlgrub in Hof, you'll be in the middle of all the cooking action and also be able to bake this sweet treat over an open fire.
This summer, you also get to take something sweet home with you - that is, if you haven't eaten it all up before you leave! Jam you've made yourself. Who knew it could be so much fun and so easy - it really is "child's play".
You'll learn how to put together the right blend of fresh fruits at the Riedlwirt in Koppl. And if the folks out at the Riedlwirt are a bit too busy Bienenmax will have a sweet treat or two for us to try out instead - made from honey they've spun right there. It takes an awful lot of work from one little bee, before that delicious honey gets spread on your slice of bread and butter
If you want to treat yourself to a meal fit for a king or queen, you should definitely stop in at the Waldhofalm in Fuschl am See, where they serve a special kids' griddle you have to taste to believe.
All of the GourMini Hotspots along the Via Culinaria 4 Kids can also be found in the Fuschlsee region's info folder. You can either download the folder or order it online.