Bruneck, Trentino-Alto Adige
Genuine quality, decades of experience and tradition, love of our land, a high sense of responsibility and the many other caressing little things. All this makes Karl Bernardi's products something special.
South Tyrol doesn't miss out on anything, even succulent meat products from other countries: Beef Goulash Soup from the renowned butcher K. Bernardi is a good example. After seasoning and mincing, the delicious beef is transformed into a gastronomic speciality in a jar. This is how Goulash soup from the K. Bernardi butcher's shop makes your mouth water as soon as you take it out of the jar. The unmistakable flavour is supported by a pleasant spicy note. A masterpiece! Did you know that: For the Bruneck butcher K. Bernardi, one of its culinary success factors is the container in which the meat product is sold: the can. This preserves the flavour of the meat perfectly, retaining its nutrients and avoiding the addition of artificial seasonings.
In Bruneck/Brunico a lot of attention is also paid to meat products. This is how exceptional products such as beef goulash from the renowned butcher shop K. Bernardi are created. A delicious beef speciality in a jar, Beef Goulash from the K. Bernardi butcher's shop is characterised by its unmistakable taste and, thanks to carefully selected spices, offers the palate a delicate experience. Excellent to enjoy with grilled polenta on winter evenings. Did you know that: The term "goulash" is a German adaptation of the Hungarian "gulyás" and stands for "herd of cattle". In Hungarian gastronomy, it indicates a preparation used mainly for beef, but can also be adapted to other types of meat. Spread throughout Europe, it has been particularly successful in German-speaking countries, including South Tyrol.
The jewel in the crown of the K. Bernardi butcher's assortment: venison goulash! Although it is made from beef, this type of goulash has undergone a process of innovation with the use of refined venison, seasoned with a perfect mixture of fresh herbs and spices. The result? A gastronomic speciality in a jar, which is characterised by a pleasant wild flavour and a spicy yet delicate taste. Did you know that: Venison is an often unusual ingredient on our tables. Very tasty, it has a slightly wild, earthy aroma and a sweetish aftertaste. This is why it is usually marinated for several hours before cooking, using wine, herbs and spices, such as pepper, cloves or bay leaves.