After Budapest, we traveled to Krakow, Poland. I seem to have taken a great many food related photos in Poland. I found some lovely dark beers and ate some amazing food in the outdoor market in Krakow. I’d say the biggest issue for myself is that I do not eat a lot of meat. I do not eat chicken at all. I will occasionally eat beef or pork. But mostly I prefer seafood or no meat at all. So, traveling to landlocked cities that are known for their meat and potato meals was definitely a challenge. Sometimes when traveling you have to set aside certain things, like free toilets and available seafood. So, I did eat a beef kabob from a vendor in the market. I have to admit, it tasted amazing.
Polish Market Meat
Pączki and Desery
Donuts and Desserts
This week’s gallery is all food related items. Bar and restaurant signs are always so interesting. Sometimes, they are vintage and antique with a little wear and age. Sometimes they are just interesting. The farmer’s market is always a favorite. I find myself torn between cooking the produce I find or just using it for art. Once in awhile, I do both. So eat it or art it, that is the question of the week. To purchase any of these or other food art, click here.
Basket of Yellow Peppers
A Pile of Peppers
The Quay’s Bar
Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House
Bags of apples
Scott’s Place is known for it’s hamburgers and onion rings. But how cool is that giant ice cream cone?
Cuban Market with fresh produce
Kay’s Ice Cream
Peppers, garlic, eggplant, onions. All the good stuff.
Fresh pasta. Yes, there was a vendor that sold fresh pasta.
Yoder’s Donuts, dripping with hot glaze.
Can I get a purple pepper
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