The hosts in Germany have been very kind to me .. exposing me to the variety of Bavarian specialties ….
often we eat at home ….
I had some snacks in my room, and Malaysian Maggi Mee just in case π
I did my own fushion once *smile* and have grown used to the more normal German breakfast …
Sausages are yummy here … (and this comment is coming from me –> a grandson of a butcher).
and .. Sauerkraut. is quite an experience!
The cold meat, bread and cheese evenings were interesting.
at times I’d be surprised by German versions of curry turkey!
Pre-Christmas Chocolate cookies!
Sausages again! Yummy!
simple dinner …
a special treat was this lamb dish … Oh my … I’m speechless!
Many Germans like sweet things … ice cream in autumn was fun!
I even had Mexican food one evening … El Paso!
Bread, cheese, coffee was a breakfast norm …
Had an interesting snack at a birthday party of a 70 year old lady! The Cheese cake was “heavenly”!
The last supper on Saturday last week .. was a nice homecooked meal.
I yielded to the temptation to try a noodle dish at the ONLY Chinese restaurant. This is the only meal I paid for myself … thus far apart from some snacks. As I said the hosts has been generous and kind to my “growing” body!
And of course, the wine has been great and the beer incomparable with what we have in Malaysia … I was introduced to “healthy” beer π Prost! Cheers!
and .. one more week of German food!
(Note: this post is not an accurate portrayal of the “total program” which I’m part of … but these were delightful interludes! *grin*)