The 4 Things You Need to Know About Austrian Martinigansl

From lore to feel to flavor, everything you need to know about Austria’s Martinigansl tradition, according to a Viennese “Wirtin.”

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Gregory Manni
Gregory Manni grew up between Detroit’s suburban sprawl and Lake Michigan’s shoreline, and has since become a disciple of ecology, poetry, and story. He moved to Austria in 2021 to see about a girl, and his current aim is beating back climate change through the act of writing. He tweets at @gregory_manni.

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