Our first travel companion is Sarah from Sarah Cooks.
She delights us with Oma Frieda's Grießklößchen mit Kirschen (semolina dumplings with cherries). However, don't be fooled. This is not for pudding, but a complete meal. How? Why? You have to have a look to find out. Not only will you learn how to do this lovely dish at home, but you have the opportunity to peak into 'ancient' German writing. Have a try, whether you can read the script.
By the way, you will discover many more German dishes on Sarah's blog.
Next in the 'food truck' is Galina from Chez Maximka.
Here we are going fishy with Cod in mustard sauce. See, whether Galina can trust her cookbooks or the cookbooks can trust her!(?) Anyway, this fishy dish is for sure something delicious, isn't it? See for yourself! After all, fish is good for you.
Finally, the next one is Chris from Cooking Around ... wait ... that's me.
I brought you Kohlrouladen - cabbage roulade. Some nice meat wrapped in lovely cabbage. The time is ripe to have a try.
So far our trip to Germany. Around the world, German cuisine is not so well known. Bread and cake might be famous, but otherwise ... I hope we inspired you to have a try.
Let's go on then with our journey. What will our next stop be?
No, we are not visiting the phantom of the opera ...
... although we might get a little close to it.
Well, it's not just Paris, but the next stop is France. Yes, it's time to get to France. The French cuisine should give you endless opportunities to cook something lovely.
What about some lovely quiches or French pastry. Maybe you are even brave enough to try some macarons.
Well, my first try on macarons was not all that successful, but there is always the chance to try again.
Whatsoever, there are many more things you might try. I just mention terrine, roquefort, truffle, crêpes, duck confit, tarte tatin, and ...
You will for sure find something nice. So, get ready and cook with us around the world ... well, France!
Here the rules that you should keep in mind (or rather follow):
1. Leave a comment with a link to your post here in this very post.
2. Link to my blog and this challenge in your post.
3. Use the "Bloggers Around the World" badge.
4. You can use a new or an old post, but it has to be adjusted accordingly.
5. Have fun and enjoy it!
We are looking forward to what you come up with ...
I will post a round-up then at the 13th of November, before we go on with our journey ...