Dining With Friends: Haus Falkenstein

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On a cold winter’s day, who can resist the call of schnitzel? A thin piece of tender pork, chicken or veal, lightly breaded and fried, served with a savoury gravy and potatoes – the definition of comfort food. Although famously associated with Vienna for the wiener schnitzel, schnitzel is more commonly a staple of the German diet. Regional variations have different (or no) gravies, but the fundamentals stay the same: a fresh piece of pork, pounded flat, lightly breaded and quickly pan fried. Deep frying is a no-no. For our next Dining with Friends, we will be dining at Haus Falkenstein, the Guinness world record holder for “largest variety of pan-fried schnitzel available – 347. ” In honour of our visit, chef Micha will be preparing his speciality, Pfifferlinge.

This pork schnitzel is served with a chanterelle and bacon cream sauce and in order to bring us the traditional taste of this dish, the mushrooms are being specially imported from Germany. According to chef Micha, other chanterelles just don’t taste the same. Haus Falkenstein also boasts an impressive beer menu with more than 20 different types to choose from. Prost. Menu Salad: Mixed green salad with homemade German mustard dressing Appetizers: Currywurst and Bratwurst to share Mains: Pfifferlinge - Schnitzel Haus Falkenstein - with chanterelle cream sauce, homemade potato croquettes and Caesar salad Dessert: Vanilla gelato and coffee Ticket Information Tickets for this event are sold on a first come, first served basis and include the meal, coffee, tax & tip.

The appetizers will be served and shared family style. We are unable to accommodate food sensitivities and there are no alternative vegetarian options for the meat dishes. Please note: We will not be able to refund any ticket purchases after Thursday, January 24. Also, we try to accommodate all seating requests; if you have a specific seating request, please contact the FRAMS office by Monday, January 28. What is Dining with Friends? In conjunction with the Royal Alberta Museum, the Friends of Royal Alberta Museum Society (FRAMS) has been hosting dinners for over 5 years to celebrate and explore the diverse ethnic flavours of Alberta. Linda Tzang, curator of cultural communities at the Royal Alberta Museum, is our dinner guide. Linda will speak about the food, where the cuisine originates, and the organization of the meal.

Questions? If you have any questions, or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact the FRAMS office at 825-468-6022 or [email protected]

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