I can’t believe this year’s Narnia weekend is already over!
Yes, Narnia. Of course I haven’t really been to Narnia this weekend (that’s the official story!) but I love to call the place I’ve been Narnia because it’s such an enchanted experience and somehow something you I don’t consider to be part of any real world. Prior to writing this post I’ve rummaged through my archives and re-read last year’s post. I can’t believe this has really already been one year ago!
I am fitting a bit of a recap and also two days of food in this one post here. Too much goodness I need to share 🙂
Friday evening always starts with fireworks. The best part about it is that they shoot it almost next to our house. So it’s right above us. It’s long and amazing and it always puts me in such a good mood 🙂
On Saturday mornings we went to the town center. We always do. We had a Bagel with Prosciutto and Parmesan and some coffee. Stefan and I always share everything we eat there because otherwise you just wouldn’t be able to try all the goodness!
Then we went shopping. Berries on the farmer’s market, hiking shoes for the vacation (I am wearing them at the office now), completely necessary food props and some other stuff.
Lunch on Saturday was an original Swabian Dinnete. I love it! We had actually two on Saturday. One with Onion and Bacon and one with Potato and Cheese. They don’t make any with Potato, Bacon and Cheese – this would be my favorite. But I can always make my own and pile up whatever I want on this suitable replacement!
As a dessert we had Crêpe with Kinder chocolate.
In the afternoon we were sitting my little 2-year old niece Vicky. So basically we played hide and seek for 2 h and then played a little in the garden.
For dinner we had this lovely! Stefan’s all time favorite and staple when we visit Narnia! For dessert we had some chocolate covered coconut balls with rum!
On Sunday we spend the morning on the computer, booking some things for the trip like football tickets and researching some trails that match our hiking skill levels but also our hiking motivation levels. Both not overly high! To rise our planning motivation we snacked on a chimney cake. My all time favorite!
For lunch we had Krautspätzle and Knabberfleisch! I have no translation.
We spend the afternoon in the garden. everyone was there and I ended up playing three hours hide and seek and chasing the kids/ being chased by the kids through the garden. Man they are fast now! Around 7 pm we hit the road. At home I put my weekend dream into practice! I heated up the chimney cake in the microwave and melted
some an enormous amount of Ben and Jerry’s in there. It was our dinner. No shame here – it was just awesome!
From all the running and all the food I was pretty tired and didn’t last long after dinner anymore. This weekend is always the epitome of the foodie year! The one weekend when I don’t rant about local food options!
What would be your favorite? – Mine is the chimney cake, Stefan‘s is the pork sandwich
What’s your favorite local food?
Have a great Wednesday, friends! Many thanks to lovely Jenn for hosting WIAW!