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  1. I can’t do an apple strudel class (I have issues with apples and cinnamon) but I love the idea of taking a cooking class during a trip! Love love love it.

  2. I have always wanted to visit Austria, but never thought of doing a baking class. This looks like so much fun!! Great way to experience the culture! Happy Wonderful Wednesday!

  3. This sounds like a fun class and perfect as we get into winter!! I had a gluten free apple strudel when I was in Prague and oh man…. that stuff is delicious!!

  4. One thing we’ve never done while on vacation somewhere new is taking a class like this! it would be so fun to learn how to make pasta in italy or like you strudel in austria!! xo, Biana

  5. The first time I went to Austria was on a bus tour and we were only in Innsbruck for half a day. I had one mission – to eat apple strudel. And I did… but now I wish I’d had time for a class on making it! Then I’d be able to make it at home and say ‘I got this recipe in Austria’! #WanderfulWednesday

  6. Just another reason I want to go to Austria! I never say not toapple strudel or goulash! It’s refreshing to hear that it’s a hands on class, I’ve been to a few cooking classes which involve watching rather than doing and it’s so yawn-some. This looks such delicious fun!

  7. What a fun opportunity! I keep reading more about bloggers’ experiences with cooking classes and I need to give them a shot.

    It sounds like even if the strudel didn’t look pretty in the end, it still tasted delicious. I am a terrible baker, so I’m sure it would turn out much better than mine! 😉 #TheWeeklyPostcard

  8. Ah, mouthwatering apple strudels! I’ve never been in Salzburg, but I’m sure it must be quite charming there at this time of year. #TheWeeklyPostcard

  9. This looks like so much fun. I love cooking and learning new recipes. It’s a great way to bring a bit of your trip home. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard

  10. This looks like my kind of class!! I love taking cooking classes, but I have never done one, while traveling. What a great way to enjoy the local food and learn to make it at the same time. Thanks for sharing! #TheWeeklyPostcard

  11. I love experiences like this when I travel as well! It adds SO much to the trip, as well as getting to know locals and even better, taking back some knowledge you can incorporate into your life back home! So I guess that begs the question: have you/will you attempt strudel at home? 🙂

  12. Your strudel looks delicious, aesthetics are severely overrated. When I was in Salzburg it didn’t stop raining, now I know what I should have done on all those miserable days! #theweeklypostcard

  13. Sounds like you had a great time taking that class, Sara! I love baking, it sounds like a great way to spend some of your vacation. You made me want to make apple streudel now – but that dough is pretty hard to get right. Thanks for sharing your experience #TheWeeklyPostcard

    1. This class was so great! The dough is so easy to make (surprisingly). I actually made it for Thanksgiving last year when we hosted family! It wasn’t as pretty as this one but it tasted good! 😉

  14. HI THERE! just came across your blog post, and absolutely love the idea of the cooking class. However, when I click on the link it says it no longer exits. do you perhaps have an email address? 

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