Saturday, October 07, 2017

Essen und Trinken

Each day we are busier and busier so I have had less time to post to this blog. Will have to write some “catch up”posts when we get home. Look next week for more on our visits to Hegyko and Sopron and the party with all the relatives.

Today, I thought I would share some food pictures with you.

One night for supper we had Eier Nockerln. These are like spätzeles with scrambled eggs.

At the Zwickl Gasthaus in Tadten we had Wienerschnitzel mit Kartoffel Salat, Cabbage Salat, und Pommes Frittes. The Wienerschnitzel schmeckt sehr gut!

Wutzzi Nudeln - my mother remembers her mother making these. These are noodles that are browned with bread crumbs.

Krapferl - my mother and her sisters used to make these for every wedding shower in our family. My wedding shower was probably the last time they made them. The dough is dropped in oil and then you sprinkle powdered sugar on them.

Gesottene Strudel (boiled strudel). - the dough is filled with a dried cottage cheese. The sauce is made with sour cream and peas, although it’s usually served with a bean sauce or tomato sauce.

Gulaschsuppe in Sopron

Mohnstrudel - poppyseed kuchen, purchased at the local grocery store!

Today we had Balasen, like an apple fritter.

And always lots of wine!


Mary said...

Oh my goodness, the food looks so delicious. I wish we ate as well in America as they do in Europe. I'm so glad your enjoying your meals and hope your getting some recipes to share with us! Mary@stitchingfriendsforever

marly said...

As soon as I saw that poppy seed, I checked our freezer. Bingo! One left! Such wonderful foods. You are so lucky to share this memorable trip with your mom.

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