Despite the failed WorldVision 49 bid, they decided to come back again and bid to host for the WV50. This will mark 14 editions since Todlichebujoku last hosted…Back in Muliphu!
Auszer, or Äußerstenkeiken (The official name), is hosting to bid to host the 50th WorldVision Song Contest. In their bid, they have stated the great wonders of not only the city but the country as a whole.
A person’s got to eat, right? Äuszer has restaurants with cuisines from a great number of different countries and cultures, but its native food is spectacular in its own right. The region’s famed honey-glazed pine-smoked chicken is served in every town in the region, with various twists on the same recipe. Downtown’s gourmet S E A restaurant infuses lemon thyme and ginger into theirs. Viljelkáá Ásken, a more traditional “farm-style” restaurant, serves theirs with caramelized wild onion and meadow mint.
Another Äuszer specialty is tea. Tea plants have been cultivated on foothills throughout the east coast for centuries, and thus a wide spectrum of teas have been developed and refined. Varieties and infusions are available for all sorts of uses, from invigoration and relaxation to medicine and sexual potency.
And of course, there’s dessert. Hedelmát jáátikkó, a shaved ice and fruit juice confection, is usually served with juice from the east coast’s unique cool-summer sweet oranges in the late afternoon, after a long hike or long stretch of hard work. However it is an adaptable dish, and is now often served late at night as well, sometimes mixed with liquor or a cocktail instead of just fruit juice. For a classically Tödlichebujoki/Äuszer fusion, try it with Seltsamebochi vodka and the cool-summer orange juice.
Yes! We have to eat, and the food stated here is brilliant! Will Todlichebujoku rise to victory and host the contest?