Writing from London (writing that sort of makes me sound like a slightly fabulous world traveller...) after having spent the last five days in Berlin. I had an amazing time in Germany and have so many stories and photos to share, but, before I get to those, I thought I would quickly post a survey of photos of the food I ate while in Berlin. There were some amazing markets, tasty restaurants, and lovely meals shared with new friends. So, here is just a sampling:
Bulk olive oil AND liquor; take that Rainbow Grocery!
First night in Berlin and feeling a little nostalgic for San Francisco, so I went to Dolores for a buritto.
While note quite a burrito from El Feralido, it was tasty in its own right. Also, please note that I was reading "Tale of the City" while eating my meal. ha ha.
Amazing mushrooms at the Wednesday farmer's market.
Big, juicy raspberries...2 euros a box! damn. Take that Ferry Terminal Market.
Really delicious pasta with truffles and saffron; first full meal with my Israeli friends Matan and Noa!
Tasty souffle with mango sauce...
Turkish Market; swoon!
They even clip off the thorns for you!
Grape leaves, not wrapped over rice and cheese...
There was an impressive selection of fish across the market...
Feta never looked so good...I also bought some amazing, clear, yes clear, honey that will go os so very tastily with Bodega Bay feta upon return to the Bay.
Kepern means caper, and yes, they are huge.
Dragon fruit was 2 euros for 2; at Rainbow it's $20 for on. Dear god. I wish I could take fruit across international boarders outside the EU.