Breakfast is pretty light here, with juice, a piece of fruit, cookies that are a little like vanilla wafers, sweet bread, or other pastries.
This is the kind of milk we have, it's shelf stable I think so it was room temperature this morning when I had it with Nesquik.
On the left is yogurt with candy to dump in it, and on the right are the galletas or cookies.
I haven't looked this up but I think it's like Nutella and it goes well with the cookies of course.
This is some type of melt in your mouth pastry with sugar on the outside, I can't remember the name.
I think that these are like Swiss Rolls but I haven't tried them yet!
Here's a kind of juice I got at a cafe yesterday, it's like Mediterranean fruits:
Lunch time is usually around 3 in the afternoon after kids get home from school.
Meatballs and French fries and bread:
Sardines and bread and croutons for the vegetable purée soup we had:
This is some kind of potato soup that was really good and chicken.
This is the kind of melon we have a lot, it's sort of a mix of cantaloupe and honeydew but it's just called melón.
We eat bread everyday, often twice a day, and I think it may be my favorite thing when it comes to food here (along with chorizo). I haven't been able to find a bread in American grocery stores that compares. It's the right amount of crunchy on the outside an soft on the inside and perfect to mop up whatever other delicious sauce is on your plate.
Everyone keeps asking me if there is a typical food in Ohio but I can't really think of one. I keep saying that we have a mix of foods that people eat, from pasta to pizza, hamburgers, hotdogs, tacos, and Asian food. Oh well.