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What I ate… Friday 23rd of August 2013

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Hi,

Ahhh…. no cauliflouwer soup today. What a pity! :(:(:(

Anyway, today’s dishes were also very attractive and tasty…

Let’s begin with breakfast:)

BREAKFAST:

A bowl of milk with raspberry juice,  and muesli.

raspberries

LUNCH:

Pumpernickel with butter spread, turkey ham, half cottage cheese with tomato, yoghurt and chives, radish. As lunch “snack” a slice of pumpernickel with butter… Heh- my favourite combination when I was a kid:)

cottage cheese pumpernickel

 

SNACK:

Well, I did some grocery today in a neighbourhood village and local fruit-veggie shop. I couldn’t resist on not trying the wonders I bought.

grocery

Real farmer’s butter with yummy German bread “Oberländer”, one plum- just to taste if it’s good, a glass of milk and freshly picked sour apple.

plum sour apple

DINNER:

Home-made ala pizza on super thin crust, sorry for aesthetic but I didn’t pay attention to how it looks. Pizza crust was made of a mix of white and rye flour. Topping: mozzarella, hot ketchup, Bruschetta, herbs, garlic, onion, salmon and Maaslander cheese.

pizza

 

SUPPER:

Two slices of bread with butter, turkey ham. Tomato with onion, chives and yoghurt.

supper

After hard workout at the swimming pool that was not enough, so I ate an extra sandwich with butter and blueberry jam. Yummy…

blueberry jam

So that was it:)

Greetings,

Anna *OnMydish.wordpress.com*

Seasonal fruit lunch

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Hi,

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:

Blackcurrant

Whitecurrant

Rubus (well sometimes you can find it here… in the forest:)

Raspberries could be much cheaper!!!

Yellow cherries

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)

Hmm, yummy!!!

🙂