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From the farm to the table

Freshly-baked bread, home-made jams, crispy 'Speck', freshly-laid eggs: enjoyment gets top priority at 'Red Rooster' farms.
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Enjoying life on the farm

A farmhouse breakfast to enjoy

A farmhouse breakfast is just the thing for starting your day with an energy boost. In the mornings, guests can enjoy healthy, genuine products from the farm like fresh milk, honey, bread and home-made cakes and jams that evoke the fragrance of summer. These products are accompanied by specialities carefully prepared in the farm kitchen. Where else, if not on the farm, can you try 'Niggilan' (a local variety of doughnut)?

On lots of farms you can not only enjoy a generous farmhouse breakfast in a cosy wood-panelled dining room or in the garden in summer, but breakfast may also be served in handy baskets left in front of your door. You'll find products from the farm such as bread, cakes, juice and home-made jams, meaning that enjoying the most important meal of the day can be done in pyjamas.
                                                                               
Breakfast in sync with the seasons

Breakfast on the farm is shaped by seasonal rhythms. So what is there to look forward to?
  • In springtime, you can try freshly-baked bread with butter and garden cress or young shoots.
  • In summer, the main ingredients are fresh fruit and vegetables straight from the garden and orchard. Fruits from the farm such as cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines and berries make the perfect ingredients for preparing delicious fruit salads or mixing with yoghurt. Carrots, celery or gherkins can be enjoyed raw with home-made cream cheese.
  • In autumn, farm guests can benefit from an abudance of produce and enjoy fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables (apples, grapes, quince, pears...), which may be used for preparing pumpkin jam, quince jelly and damson puree.
  • In winter, you can taste compotes and dried fruit, accompanied by naturally-cloudy apple juice or a warm herbal tea prepared with herbs from the farm. During this season, farmwomen breathe fresh life into a number of well-known winter breakfast classics and add a touch of cinnamon or vanilla to damson and apple jams.
Come and discover the rural world of South Tyrol and its healthy products.

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A farmhouse breakfast is just the thing for starting your day with an energy boost. In the mornings, guests can enjoy healthy, genuine products from the farm like fresh milk, honey, bread and home-made cakes and jams that evoke the fragrance of summer. These products are accompanied by specialities carefully prepared in the farm kitchen. Where else, if not on the farm, can you try 'Niggilan' (a local variety of doughnut)?

On lots of farms you can not only enjoy a generous farmhouse breakfast in a cosy wood-panelled dining room or in the garden in summer, but breakfast may also be served in handy baskets left in front of your door. You'll find products from the farm such as bread, cakes, juice and home-made jams, meaning that enjoying the most important meal of the day can be done in pyjamas.
                                                                               
Breakfast in sync with the seasons

Breakfast on the farm is shaped by seasonal rhythms. So what is there to look forward to?
  • In springtime, you can try freshly-baked bread with butter and garden cress or young shoots.
  • In summer, the main ingredients are fresh fruit and vegetables straight from the garden and orchard. Fruits from the farm such as cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines and berries make the perfect ingredients for preparing delicious fruit salads or mixing with yoghurt. Carrots, celery or gherkins can be enjoyed raw with home-made cream cheese.
  • In autumn, farm guests can benefit from an abudance of produce and enjoy fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables (apples, grapes, quince, pears...), which may be used for preparing pumpkin jam, quince jelly and damson puree.
  • In winter, you can taste compotes and dried fruit, accompanied by naturally-cloudy apple juice or a warm herbal tea prepared with herbs from the farm. During this season, farmwomen breathe fresh life into a number of well-known winter breakfast classics and add a touch of cinnamon or vanilla to damson and apple jams.
Come and discover the rural world of South Tyrol and its healthy products.

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> holiday flats with breakfast

7 moments to savour on the farm

Enjoying breakfast in the 'Stube' dining room
Visiting a farm inn
Stocking up on products in the farm shop
Trying freshly-brewed herbal tea
Tasting genuine dishes
Enjoying a farmhouse breakfast in the garden
Taking part in a cookery course with farmwomen
Enjoying breakfast in the 'Stube' dining room
Visiting a farm inn
Stocking up on products in the farm shop
Trying freshly-brewed herbal tea
Tasting genuine dishes
Enjoying a farmhouse breakfast in the garden
Taking part in a cookery course with farmwomen
Back to the roots

You can only get to know the origins of South Tyrolean cuisine right where it is produced. To better understand what it means to cook using fresh, genuine ingredients, you simply need to try products from 'Red Rooster' farms. For example, lots of our farms have a long traditiion in fruit juice production. You'll have the chance to try juice from the farm prepared using only natural ingredients: a treat for your tastebuds and a cure-all for body ahd soul. Don't be surprised if, after trying out fruit juice made on the farm, you won't be able to go back to industrially-produced juices.

Christmas specialities from the farm

When the meadows and fields are covered in snow in winter, peace and quiet descends on farms in South Tyrol. This is a time when farmers, their familiies and guests spend a lot of time sitting in the 'Stube' dining room, warming themselves by old wood-burning stoves and enjoying typical Christmas treats such as home-made 'Zelten', 'Lebkuchen' and mulled wine. Aromas such as cinnamon, clove and vanilla combine with the wood fire in the stove to form a harmonious whole and create a relaxing atmosphere.

Product corners and farm shops: a piece of rural life to take home with you.
 
At the moment, there are over 300 farms with farm shops and around 80 with corners selling their products. On lots of farms, you can not just try out products, but purchase them, too. The following products are waiting to be discovered, amongst others:

Sauces and pestos: basil, dried tomatoes, rucola, wild garlic, a variety of sauces, horseradish, chutney, mustard
Pickles: sweet or sour, in oil or vinegar, pre-cooked or grilled. Beetroot, courgette, peppers, artichokes, garlic, sauerkraut, silver beets
Dried vegetables: carrot, potato and courgette chips
Spreads: with apple, mint, kiwi, fig etc.
Cordials: lemon balm, mint, a variety of fruits, combined with herbs
Juices: apple, pear, grape, mixtures
Wines and distillates
Dried fruit: apple, pear, fig, persimmon, apricot, damson
Sauces: chutneys
Tea
'Speck', cured meat and a variety of sausages: chimney-smoked sausage, frankfurters, salami, home-made sausage

Watching farmwomen at work

Have you always wanted to try your hand at shaping dumplings or churning butter? A holiday on a 'Red Rooster' farm offers you the chance to watch farmwomen cooking and baking and help to prepare a variety of South Tyrolean specialities. Guests on the farm can take a dip into the rural world and learn how apple strudel or local pastries are made straight from the horse's mouth.

> Farms offering cookery courses

> Bread-baking on the farm - holiday flats
> Bread-baking on the farm - rooms
Back to the roots

You can only get to know the origins of South Tyrolean cuisine right where it is produced. To better understand what it means to cook using fresh, genuine ingredients, you simply need to try products from 'Red Rooster' farms. For example, lots of our farms have a long traditiion in fruit juice production. You'll have the chance to try juice from the farm prepared using only natural ingredients: a treat for your tastebuds and a cure-all for body ahd soul. Don't be surprised if, after trying out fruit juice made on the farm, you won't be able to go back to industrially-produced juices.

Christmas specialities from the farm

When the meadows and fields are covered in snow in winter, peace and quiet descends on farms in South Tyrol. This is a time when farmers, their familiies and guests spend a lot of time sitting in the 'Stube' dining room, warming themselves by old wood-burning stoves and enjoying typical Christmas treats such as home-made 'Zelten', 'Lebkuchen' and mulled wine. Aromas such as cinnamon, clove and vanilla combine with the wood fire in the stove to form a harmonious whole and create a relaxing atmosphere.

Product corners and farm shops: a piece of rural life to take home with you.
 
At the moment, there are over 300 farms with farm shops and around 80 with corners selling their products. On lots of farms, you can not just try out products, but purchase them, too. The following products are waiting to be discovered, amongst others:

Sauces and pestos: basil, dried tomatoes, rucola, wild garlic, a variety of sauces, horseradish, chutney, mustard
Pickles: sweet or sour, in oil or vinegar, pre-cooked or grilled. Beetroot, courgette, peppers, artichokes, garlic, sauerkraut, silver beets
Dried vegetables: carrot, potato and courgette chips
Spreads: with apple, mint, kiwi, fig etc.
Cordials: lemon balm, mint, a variety of fruits, combined with herbs
Juices: apple, pear, grape, mixtures
Wines and distillates
Dried fruit: apple, pear, fig, persimmon, apricot, damson
Sauces: chutneys
Tea
'Speck', cured meat and a variety of sausages: chimney-smoked sausage, frankfurters, salami, home-made sausage

Watching farmwomen at work

Have you always wanted to try your hand at shaping dumplings or churning butter? A holiday on a 'Red Rooster' farm offers you the chance to watch farmwomen cooking and baking and help to prepare a variety of South Tyrolean specialities. Guests on the farm can take a dip into the rural world and learn how apple strudel or local pastries are made straight from the horse's mouth.

> Farms offering cookery courses

> Bread-baking on the farm - holiday flats
> Bread-baking on the farm - rooms