Happy Wednesday and happy WIAW! I can’t believe how ridiculously fast the first 2 and a half weeks of vacation have passed. Now I have only a couple of days left to pack and organize the last stuff of our trip.
Last week I was MIA in Narnia. We spend some turbulent family time and had some great food 🙂 I’ll tell you more about the whole trip tomorrow but today I’ll show you some of my eats from Narnia 🙂
Let’s start with something healthy 😉 Every Saturday and Wednesday there is a nice little farmer’s market where I binge-bought ridiculous amounts of local and organic fruits.
Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries and Apples. I was in heaven! Together with some watermelon and nuts the perfect meal within a day of treats!
Then there were the main meals. Stefan and I have an efficient battle plan: we share everything! So we can try more. So half of all the lovely eats you see here were devoured by me 😀
A classic Swabian dish: Dinnete. A stone-oven baked aromatic dough topped with different ingredients. Here we shared one with potatoes, cheese and bacon
And here there is a close-up of one with potatoes, bacon and herbs. My favorite 🙂
They also have fabulous meats. The butchers are all local and the meat is delicious. The best are those big chunks of pork. You usually get those in a giant bun but I always order it without the bun. It’s so big I can’t bite it anymore and it’s too for me to eat.
This was also lovely yet a little fatty: Turkey stripes with curry pineapple sauce
And then there were the sweets <3
Chimney Cake with hazelnut brittle
and cinnamon & sugar. Imagine them all soft and warm and literally melting in your mouth! It was so good. One of those things where you imagine the taste and it turns out even better in real! Rare and special!
Then there were Chocolate Covered Strawberries. You need something healthy in between, don’t you 😉
And another highlight were those unbelievably delicious Rum Coconut Chocolates. I am already playing around with some ideas to recreate them at home 🙂
When it was raining we spend the afternoons trip prepping in a coffee shop and had this amazing Chocolate Fudge Crisp Cake
So I’d say all in all it was a perfect mixture <3 Back here I am glad it’s over though. I love this one week a year were we indulge in brilliant Narnia food but I don’t want to have it more often. It needs to stay special! That’s half of the fun.
What are you eating when you’re on vacation?
Are you interested in a traditional Dinnete recipe?
And many thanks to lovely Jenn, for hosting this fantastic link-up!