This week I ate the following… 🙂
Two sandwiches with butter, backed ham, sour pickled cucumber, fresh cucumber, tomatoes and lettuce. A glass of milk.
A bowl of fruits (apple, strawberries, blueberries) and natural yoghurt.
Being in the city with a friend, we ate brown bread, backed egg with bacon and tomato. Each half of the portion you see.
Toasted German white bread with butter and blueberry jam.
“Pierogi leniwe”. These are similar to “Kopytka” which recipe you can find here.
“Pierogi leniwe” are the sweet version with curd cheese. I ate them with yoghurt, bread-crumbs in melted butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Two slices fo toasted German white bread with curd cheese, yoghurt, onion and topped with tomato and pickled cucumber.
So that was it:)
I started my day quite early today and began it with very nice breakfast:)
Omelette with blueberry jam and green tea.
Bread with mustard, cooked sausages, cherry tomatoes and light chocolate milk.
Blueberries with natural yoghurt.
Rice with pork and vegetables (pumpkin, cherry tomatoes, leek, Chinese cabbage, garlic) in sauce (oyster, soya, sesame, ginger, honey, chili, curry).
Brown bread with cheese, cottage cheese, red paprika, radish, onion, natural yoghurt.
Before I moved to the Netherlands, I had no idea that seasonal fruits may be so precious.
In Poland, supermarkets and grocery shops are providing more seasonal products than here.
I was very happy composing this fruit bowl but still missing other seasonal fruits that I used to eat before.
The things you can buy everywhere in Poland and I miss in the Netherlands are:
Rubus (well sometimes you can find it here… in the forest:)
Raspberries could be much cheaper!!!
Cherries (sour, not sweet ones)
Fragaria (wild forest strawberries)
Blueberries (wild forest blueberries, different than American blueberries)
Red gooseberries (available just in good grocery shops)
White gooseberries (well sometimes you can find them here)