My first Kebab in Berlin, pretty sure I had one of these for three meals straight. They are that good.
Polish donuts, recommended to us by the Priest that bailed us out, and Mountain Dew. First place I saw it in all of Europe.
Traditional Hungarian meal of beef on top of dumplings, it was the first real substantial meal we had eaten in several days. It felt so good to be filled with something besides gummy bears and street food.
Bratwursts in Vienna. The buns they use there are both ingenious and way good. They stick the bun on a metal spike and put the ketchup and sausage inside to keep it from spilling.
Mike will have to correct my spelling but these fontanellas de aqua in saved us. It was so hot and bottled water was extremely expensive.
Arancino in Rome. They are these little fried balls with rice, cheese, meat, and tomato sauce in them. We bought them as snacks whenever we were hungry. You could buy them in all of the little pizza shops that were all over.
I know that none of it looks as good as what my mom make, but it was a really cool part about traveling all over was to be able to get to know the different cultures through what they eat. I am now in Cambridge and the British food is not all that bad, as long as you have lots of salt to go with it. We are having a formal dinner tonight so I will take pictures and post them tomorrow so that you can see this amazing place I am now living in.