Over a dozen tents are in town with different food from around the world for four days. Town square is packed with food, people, culture…and food – it’s amazing and tasty!
Above is what we bought…so far. Cheeses, sausages, fudge, jam, and pastries (French flan, Italian cannolis etc) We found the Italian fudge to be a lot better than the English sort.
Hubby ate Brustwurst both days so far. I switched it up a bit –
First day: Pirogies. Second day: Paella
From the “Best British Fudge” to Traditional paella and churros from Spain
Polish Pirogis and Belgium waffles
Greek Gyrios and Homemade Baklava
Authentic German Bratwurst and Currywurst
French cheeses, Italian cheeses, Dutch cheeses, British cheeses
Sausages from Italy, Holland and Spain
French pastries and Italian pastries
English jams & mustards and Greek olives & dried fruit
Thankfully they are only here until Saturday, or else we would be broke and fat very quickly!
Some people asked which recipe I used for the kanelbullar in my last post, I haven’t had time to translate it but you can find it here. DO NOT google translate the measurements, use a converter for all the numbers from metric. 1 cup = 2.5 dl etc. Lycka till! (Good luck!)