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Städtischer Fischmarkt am Donaukanal  Fischhandels-Aktiengesellschaft nächst der Salztorbrücke. 1930 Danzig, Gefilte Fish Recipe, Austro Hungarian, Great Depression, The Uncanny, Dream City, Vienna Austria, Old World, The Past

Städtischer Fischmarkt am Donaukanal Fischhandels-Aktiengesellschaft nächst der Salztorbrücke. 1930

Sachertorte, the Jewish Masculine Chocolate Cake from Vienna’s Lost Coffeehouse Past: Sigmund Freud’s Beloved Dessert (Recipe) Italian Coffee, Coffeehouse, Jewish Recipes, Pastry Shop, Vienna Austria, Chocolate Cake, Dessert Recipes, Germany, Europe

Jewish Viennese Food

A love-hate relationship with Vienna is not only characteristic for Wittgenstein's nephew but also for the way Sigmund Freud connected with the city's food and culture as a whole. He loved every bit of Viennese cuisine — except, for example, its popular baked chicken. He loved sausages, and he sha

The pinkish exterior and interior of a Espresso-Café-Konditorei Aida branch on Rotenturmstrasse in Vienna. Espresso Cafe, Soft Boiled Eggs, The Uncanny, Dream City, Facade House, Vienna, Places Ive Been, Thanksgiving, Europe

Jewish Viennese Food

This is THE breakfast classic of Viennese coffeehouses. And yes, most Viennese I've asked admitted to childishly associating this pair of eggs with the male anatomy. They dismiss it immediately as immature nonsense and never articulated such seemingly puerile thoughts. But, as you will see, the uns

Hotel Meissl Schadn in Vienna around 1900 between Neuer Markt and Kärntnerstraße. Boiled beef temple, where even the emperor came to eat once. The Jewish owners were expropriated in 1938 and the hotel destroyed during the war. Architecture Old, Classical Architecture, Historical Architecture, Gothic Aesthetic, Dream City, Gothic House, Vienna Austria, Old Buildings, Art Of Living

Jewish Viennese Food

This potentially dreary Viennese dish of boiled beef, called tafelspitz, is made here with high-grade cuts of meat, which are simmered for hours to an almost unnatural tenderness, plated in a rich beef consommé, and served topped with sea salt crystals, chives, apple-horseradish and the contrasting

View towards Vienna and the Danube river over the vineyards on Kahlenberg hill in autumn. Vienna Woods, Danube River, The Uncanny, Dream City, World Famous, Vineyard, Europe, Autumn, Places

Jewish Viennese Food

What an incredibly beautiful place, especially in autumn: The vineyards of the legendary Vienna Woods, the Wienerwald! Just look at these pictures I took on this weekend's walk through the Viennese vineyards. We were having a glass of new wine in a sublime fall setting at the Heuriger Wailand on t

Ruth Beckkermann completes the Memorial against War and Fascism on Albertina Platz with The Missing Image Installation in march Gustav Mahler, The Uncanny, Dream City, Vienna, Austria, Mount Rushmore, March, Colorful, World

Jewish Viennese Food

The repressed always makes its return – even in Vienna. In March 2015, Ruth Beckermann could albeit only temporarily, correct Austria's "memorial to the

Sachertorte, the Jewish Masculine Chocolate Cake from Vienna’s Lost Coffeehouse Past: Sigmund Freud’s Beloved Dessert (Recipe) Freud Psychology, Psychology Quotes, Stefan Zweig, Italian Coffee, Sigmund Freud, Something Sweet, Dessert Recipes, Desserts, Baked Chicken

Jewish Viennese Food

A love-hate relationship with Vienna is not only characteristic for Wittgenstein's nephew but also for the way Sigmund Freud connected with the city's food and culture as a whole. He loved every bit of Viennese cuisine — except, for example, its popular baked chicken. He loved sausages, and he sha

The smallest vineyard in Vienna has 60 grapes of Wiener Gemischter Satz, Viennese field blend wine. Plan My Trip, The Uncanny, Dream City, Vienna, Places To Travel, Vineyard, Dreams, Wine, Mansions

Jewish Viennese Food

In German, Vienna is Wien, and wine is Wein. Coincidence? Perhaps not. More important, Wein/wine sounds like whine, which surely is the Viennese's favorite pastime hence the large amounts of alcohol consumed in the whole region. There's even a wine unique to Vienna, the Wiener Gemischter Satz. Inde

Vienna's smallest vineyard in the heart of the city at Schwartzenbergplatz. Gustav Mahler, Dream City, Vienna, Vineyard, Colorful, Heart, Theodor Herzl, Vine Yard, Vineyard Vines

Jewish Viennese Food

In German, Vienna is Wien, and wine is Wein. Coincidence? Perhaps not. More important, Wein/wine sounds like whine, which surely is the Viennese's favorite pastime hence the large amounts of alcohol consumed in the whole region. There's even a wine unique to Vienna, the Wiener Gemischter Satz. Inde

Glass of Spritzer. Dry white wine, in Vienna mostly Grüner Veltliner, with sparkling mineral water or soda. Sparkling Mineral Water, Stefan Zweig, Dry White Wine, The Uncanny, Vienna, Soda, Minerals, Alcoholic Drinks, Beer

Jewish Viennese Food

It's funny to make a post about wine, as a rather moderate drinker. But when I do have a glass, I try to get the best. Interestingly, there is wine unique to the region around Austria's capital. It's called Grüner Veltliner and could easily be Vienna's official drink (if it wasn't for Wiener Gem

“Challah at Ya from Vienna!” The Austrian Origins of The Classic Jewish Braided Eggy Yeast Bread (Recipe) Jewish Synagogue, Yeast Bread Recipes, Stefan Zweig, Holocaust Memorial, The Uncanny, Jewish Recipes, Dream City, Challah, Vienna

Jewish Viennese Food

Challah assuredly is one of the most iconic of all Jewish foods. Challah is as much a ritual and tradition than it is a recipe. It has a whole array of things and equipment associated with it: challah covers, boards, trays, knives — though some traditions never use a knife on challah —, tins,

Wien in 16 Karten: Von U-Bahn bis Hundekotsackerl – The Gap Vienna Map, Dominican Republic Map, Map Globe, U Bahn, Vienna Austria, Antique Maps, 18th Century, Vintage World Maps, Antiques

Wien in 16 Karten: Von U-Bahn bis Hundekotsackerl – The Gap

Mit diesen Karten habt ihr eine genaue Ahnung, wie lange man von einer zur nächsten U-Bahnstation läuft und wisst über das historische Wien Bescheid.

Vienna's smallest vineyard produces approximately 50 bottles of Viennese Gemischter Satz wine every year. Martin Buber, Gustav Mahler, The Uncanny, Dream City, World Famous, Vienna, Vineyard, Bottles, In This Moment

Jewish Viennese Food

In German, Vienna is Wien, and wine is Wein. Coincidence? Perhaps not. More important, Wein/wine sounds like whine, which surely is the Viennese's favorite pastime hence the large amounts of alcohol consumed in the whole region. There's even a wine unique to Vienna, the Wiener Gemischter Satz. Inde

Scenic view of Vienna and the Danube of the vineyards at Kahlenberg hill in th Vienna Woods. Vienna Woods, Semester At Sea, Gustav Mahler, The Uncanny, Dream City, World Famous, Vineyard, Wanderlust, Outdoor

Jewish Viennese Food

What an incredibly beautiful place, especially in autumn: The vineyards of the legendary Vienna Woods, the Wienerwald! Just look at these pictures I took on this weekend's walk through the Viennese vineyards. We were having a glass of new wine in a sublime fall setting at the Heuriger Wailand on t

“Challah at Ya from Vienna!” The Austrian Origins of The Classic Jewish Braided Eggy Yeast Bread (Recipe) Jewish Recipes, Mexican Food Recipes, Yeast Bread Recipes, Jewish Museum, Dream City, Challah, Vienna, Holiday Recipes, Origins

Jewish Viennese Food

Challah assuredly is one of the most iconic of all Jewish foods. Challah is as much a ritual and tradition than it is a recipe. It has a whole array of things and equipment associated with it: challah covers, boards, trays, knives — though some traditions never use a knife on challah —, tins,