The 'Marende' is the traditional charcuterie plate which is enjoyed in the alpine area during the day as one of the bigger snacks and mainly as lunch. A lot of austrian families also have it as dinner with a wider selection of cheeses and charcuterie.
The typical marende consists of different cheeses, speck (famous bacon) along with homemade dark bread, finely pickled gherkins and peperoni such as different dry-cured and smoked sausages. You will enjoy this savory treats along tipical freshly grated horseradish, a selection of the finest local cold cuts and of course, even more Austrian cheese. You will be guided trough the tasting by a professional chef and sommelier, who tells you everything about austrian cuisine, tipical product, their production and about austrian food history while you can enjoy the best quality selection of fine foods in Salzburg at the Tastelier, the first tasting atelier.
This tasting includes:
> tasting of different traditional selected meats, cheese, pickled vegetables and other food varieties that are typically used to prepare the marende
> different types of bread
> fresh water
> guiding by a professional chef & somm
• Different bacons, hams and typical austrian meat specialties
• Each a variation of cheese, spreads, pickled vegetables
• Freshly baked types of breads typical for Austria
• Seasonal typical food from salzburg, freshly bought at the market that day