Today, with our hectic schedule and busy lifestyle, home cooked meals have been replaced by burgers, pizzas, fries and all kinds of unhealthy fast foods. Many families are trying to correct their eating habits for providing a balanced meal with the help of meal planning. Though meal planning can be a challenging task, it does not have to be so.
So, coming back home this was our dinner which I prepared. Fried chicken wings and cucumber salad with red onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and garlic. Yes pressed garlic and for dressing just salt, pepper, balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
If you are interested in providing your family with a balanced diet, then preparing healthy meal plans for families is the perfect solution. But that does not mean that you must have boring food everyday, as healthy meal planning is all about providing a meal that is balanced and healthy, without compromising on the taste.
Riding a bike is fun, safe and good for you!<<<BIKING- It concerns the wheel driving as ideal progressive movement means in the everyday life – from at home to the Praterallel and to the sports field, which keeps beside the contribution to environmental protection above all also fit and healthy, makes fun and still represents ideal leisure activities. For us then in perfect weather on this day!
This was our snack brake, taking a short ride on the bike will give an appetite!
We ate it with ketchup and mustard and bun (Semmel, an Austrian bun).
Klobása is the Czech and Slovak word for sausage. In English, these words refer to a particular genre of sausage, common to all Eastern European countries but with substantial regional variations.
In the Slavic languages, these are the generic words for all types of sausage, local or foreign. The terms entered English simultaneously from different sources, which accounts for the different spellings. Usage varies between cultural groups, but overall there is a distinction between American and Canadian usage.
In the United States, the form kielbasa is more often used and comes from the Polish kiełbasa “sausage”, perhaps a derivation from the Turkic kül bastï “grilled cutlet”.
In addition to kielbasa, Canadians also use the word kubasa, a corruption of the Ukrainian kovbasa, and Albertans even abbreviate it as kubie to refer to the sausage eaten on a hot dog bun.
On our way home, I discovered this heap of bear leek or broad- leaved garlic (Allium ursinum) is a wild relative of chives native to Europe and Asia. Allium ursinum, ramsons, grow in deciduous woodlands with moist soils, preferring slightly acidic conditions. They flower before deciduous trees leaf in the spring, filling the air with their characteristic garlic-like scent. The stem is triangular in shape and the leaves are similar to those of the lily of the valley. Unlike the related crow garlic and field garlic, the flower-head contains no bulbils, only flowers.
Ramsons leaves are edible; they can be used as salad, spice, boiled as a vegetable, in soup, or as an ingredient for pesto in lieu of basil. I use to cook it as sou, the so-called “Bärlauch cream soup”.