Holocaust Memorial, Berlin
We decided to combine the food from our final three European cities into one post. While the cuisines were different, you may notice some similarities.
Goulash and pickled cabbage.
Sausage, mustard, bread, beer. Truly enhanced by the cardboard plate. Lemony túrós táska pastries for dessert.
A typical food vendor’s stall at the Great Market Hall.
Bacon wrapped cheese.
Purely medicinal. (Think of a more herbal, concentrated version of Jaegermeister.)
We did spend six weeks with some Aussies. It was inevitable.
Roast pork with stewed spinach and dumplings.
Chicken-bacon-veg skewer on a baguette.
Potatoes, cabbage, sausage, stewed in dark beer.
Goulash in bread bowl.
Pork neck, parsley potatoes, homemade pickles.
Goulash (mostly liver, some beef) and dumplings.
Dumplings with carmelized onions.
Skvarková pomázanka pečivo – an oniony spread made with “scratchings” (fat).
Massive banana and Nutella palačinky.
Some sort of rotisserie doughnuts sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon.
Grizzly pivo from Pivovar Berounský Medved.
Currywurst with fries.
…after that cholesterol endurance marathon, we were done with the “authentic” food and moved on to Berlin’s multicultural cuisine. We’re sure Germany has much more to offer than a weiner swimming in some spicy ketchup, but it was time for other things.
Fresh breakfasts at Cafe V.
Roasted eggplant and falafel.
Schwarma, hummus, salad, falafel.
Tofu and veg.
Rocket, feta and tomato gozleme wraps from the Turkish market.
Dessert? Candy coated grapes, also from the Turkish market.
Carrot cake and cappuccino.
READY, SET, GO
GOLDEN DAYS OF FALL
ART IS INEVITABLE AND UNAVOIDABLE
THEN IT GOT COLD
MAKING WARM THINGS
JUST LOOKING: TURKISH MARKET – FLEA MARKET – SECOND HAND
REMNANTS AND REMEMBRANCES OF THE PAST
DIAMOND ROAD SHOW
AUF WIEDERSEHEN, BERLIN