We get a lot of requests to show all the food we eat or see! So that you know we don’t just talk trains:
Faller always has the best foods and snacks for their customers at the Toy Fair!
Wiener Schnitzel has to be on the menu when you go to Germany.
Schnitzel with ham and cheese
It is not all fried foods, we also have green stuff. Just as a side dish.
Another side salad, they gave us two baby forks to eat it. Slow is the way to go.
Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and bread
I love breakfast in Europe. Typically a rich variety of breads and rolls, all of them fresh from the bakery that morning. If we can get European trains and cars, and Starbux can imitate their coffees, why can’t we bake the same bread? Granted, this Euro bread does not stay fresh for 7 weeks like my Mrs. Bairds bread, but still…
They also bring you a small pot of coffee right to your table, so you can pour your own cup.
Breakfast with fresh rolls, coffee and fresh juice
The breakfast area in our hotel. In the foreground you see the soft boiled eggs , they keep them warm in sand!
But it wasn’t all standard German Fare:
Grilled Salmon, mashed potatoes with spring onion, curry sauce and prawns
Fried slip soles with white wine sauce, peeled grapes and prawns
Loempia, essentially an eggroll on steroids, filled with bean sprouts, ham, egg, leeks and whatever else they think off.