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“The brunch menu, with a set price of $14, is short with just six choices including granola, scrambled-egg dishes, tartines, a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, and a Kaiserschmarrn, an Austrian-style pancake.”
“We're going to meet Brigitte (Kurt's wife) and Hans (Kurt's almost-three-year old son) so that Brigitte can teach me how to make real Kaiserschmarrn.”
“When I lived in Austria, I had Kaiserschmarrn once or twice a week.”
“On the other hand, sweet main dishes are quite common here – rice pudding, pancakes, Kaiserschmarrn which translates to “cut-up and sugared pancake with raisins” – pfeh, you name it.”
“Four of my favourite foods are: 1. all kinds of pasta 2. seafood 3. Kaiserschmarrn Austrian specialty 4. sushi”
“And so, after a dutiful genuflexion to St. St.phen's ( "Old St.ffel," as the Viennese call it), he proceeds to investigate the paprika-chicken, the _Gulyas_, the _Risi-bisi_, the _Apfelstrudel_, the _Kaiserschmarrn_ and the native and authentic _Wienerschnitzel_.”
“Seminarplatz in der Pferdeakademie (Reinbek), winterliches Alpen-Schnee-Idyll (Seefeld/Tyrol), acht Personen essen mit dem Xing-Marketing-Chef Kaiserschmarrn (Hamburg),”
“it will be called Kangaroo, unless you truly were in Austria and then it would be called Kaiserschmarrn”
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