A culinary classic: the toast Hawaii.
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Corona has revealed that the 1950s are not as far away as they seem. This applies not only to society, but also to the culinary scene. If you can no longer travel, take the distance home.
Ein view of the present and it seems as if the corona monster had eaten up the last decades and only spat out the 1950s. However, without an economic miracle, that was quickly digested. We are currently experiencing a return to a time when men make careers and women care work. Where the big wide world is within reach and at the same time unreachable. And where the desire for foreign countries and cultures ensures “exotic” flavors in the saucepans.
The social media are consequently teeming with pickled vegetables and the good old Sunday roast, prepared by so-called “tradwifes”, which transfigure life as a traditional housewife. And there are also nostalgic photographs and recipes from old kitchen classics from the fifties, from picturesque tropical fruit snacks to “Arabian horsemeat”, which satisfy wanderlust, bloating and the longing for a supposedly healthy world. First of all? The Toast Hawaii!