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A traditional Austrian pork dish, served with potato croquettes, vegetables, mushrooms and gravy

From: http://imgur.com/gallery/35BwvDi

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The original source of this image is from a photographer named KF, Gmunden, taken in Austria on July 2005.

Here is the original source on the internet: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pork_.JPG

With a reverse Google Image search and more digging, this doesn't appear to be a named dish. Rather, the amalgamation of these ingredients is typical, as suggested by the original wiki upload. If the dish had a name, it would have been tagged when the file was uploaded to Wikipedia.

  • Isn't it strange to claim it "traditional" then, if it wasn't well-known as well? – mavavilj Dec 12 '16 at 8:49
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    I think what is traditional about the pictured dish is that it is common to include several or all of these components on a plate. Pork, potatoes, vegetables, gravy. – Caleb Dec 12 '16 at 15:59

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