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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Weekend's Crunchy Munchy

I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.  I had a very busy weekdays and a peaceful Saturday. My Sunday is great as well. I am grateful for the nice weather today. I didn't see the dawn because I woke-up too late. A friend invited us for a dinner yesterday. He ordered couscous for us. Couscous is a north-african dish. It is very delicious. I ate and drank a lot of red wine plus the restaurateur gave me  two glasses of Champagne.  I got-up today with such a big head. So this is how couscous looks like. It is served under a meat and vegetable stew.

Foto von Ibrahim

Yesterday morning we went to Asian shop and  bought dessert snacks.  I haven't tasted jackfruit chips before. But when I started to munch it I was delighted. The smell was really good, very crunchy and delightful. I think I must go back to that store and buy more. One pack costs 2,59 Euro.


A yummy coconut milk flavored rice crackers(2,00)


Sesami Mochi(2,59)


We went also to Aldi. These are what I've found inside. They called it "Schweineohren" in German - "Palmiers" in English - "Tainga ng baboy" in my own language . Sounds funny! They are  made from puff pastry. It is very delicious.



For lunch I cooked Rinder Roulade. I'm gonna post the recipe soon. That's all for today. But before I go thanks lovelies for sharing me your thoughts about the dresses. I'm happy to have it soon.


19 comments:

Michelle said...

All this talk about foreign food's making me hungry! Must try couscous! :)) Great post! :D

Elisa ♥ said...

huh, didn't know that you're living in germany xD

Janina said...

Well in that case, I'm following you! ;)

http://janzq.blogspot.com/

sugar sugar said...

looking at food pictures always makes me hungry!! x) thank you for sharing what you had this weekend. ;) everything looks sooo yummy!! and, i love mochi! >o<"

genny said...

yummylicious post...hope to try these foods one day.lol

Ellen ♥ said...

wow. interesting food to eat :)

Pretzel Gurl said...

HAHA! Tainga ng baboy.. even in our own language. I also find it funny to say out loud. By the way, thanks for the comment. Yeah.. my cousin's awesome. But.. I can't guarantee I'll be the same as him (CPA).
And.. I don't think I'll ever forget you ginger. You're the best. ♥

Katrina said...

uuhgg.. FOOD @_@ lol.
Great post! followed you back :)

Pretzel Gurl said...

HAHA! dami bang german words? kaloka nga.

ndoodles said...

You know the coconut waffles? Those are actually dehydrated Vietnamese fruit called Mit. They are delicious hydrated and dehydrated! I love those things too.

ndoodles said...

Sorry I forgot: The Aveeno lotion is not greasy at all! But it is a bit thick so I'd use it on my body only.

Rainbowing said...

MMM they look so tasty even though I've never heard of half that stuff xD
Great blog keep it up!

http://happeningsofrainbowing.blogspot.com/

Shadow said...

mmmm that looks good! BTW I nominated you for the Stylish Blog Award

http://shadowsnails.blogspot.com/2011/01/stylish-blog-award.html

kimmy said...

wow! yummy...

kaizokumousy said...

*o* your post looks yummy!makes me hungry :3

Poppy † said...

you're right, thank you for those words <3

Brendel said...

Waaah, sissy. Nakakagutom ang post mo. The couscous and the snacks look yummy!

aki! said...

That dish looks very yummy. I should try foods from other places more often!

Toni Tralala said...

I looove mochi! My mom used to get me bean filled mochi. :)