I got plenty of pictures that show how much food is being offered. While they do have plenty of meat, including the Spiessbraten I blogged about earlier, the highlight are always the donated items, specifically the salads and homemade cakes. The cakes and salads are in most cases restaurant grade, high quality products because the members of the local Catholic church take pride in showcasing the culinary abilities. So no matter how much you like a grilled sausage or a Spiessbraten, you always save space for dessert. All prices are very reasonable and the money collected is used for Catholic initiatives, with some money set aside for the Catholic kindergarten or the church maintenance.
As I said, lots of pictures to follow:
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - yes women can grill too! Here is the grill with the sausages for the hungry guests!|
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - Spiessbraten getting grilled - note the size of the grill and the real wood fire underneath!|
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - bazaar offerings, made by Catholic communities in developing countries|
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - Salad bar! a whole plate of just salad can be had for 2,50 Euro (around $3.15) - a bargain|
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - dessert bar, look at all these wonderful cakes, makes me hungry for some dessert!|
|copyright Durhamonthecheap - and because the cakes look so good, here is another picture of the dessert table!|