Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Not So Wordless Wednesday: Sopot #3



Behold, one of the best things you can eat in Poland...Zurek.  It is a sour rye soup that contains any number of goodies...potatoes, kielbasa, hard boiled eggs, you name it.  This particular eating experience included a bread bowl, which just about sent me over the edge.  I had it at an upscale French restaurant in Sopot Poland (Polish chef of course).  Sublime.      

15 comments:

Jeane said...

I've always loved the clam chowder you can get at San Francisco waterfronts, served in a sourdough bread bowl. Sounds a lot similar. Looks scrumptious!

caite said...

Zurek..I have never heard of it. But with those ingredients, hoe bad could it be?

bermudaonion said...

I love soup so that sounds good to me. Hard boiled eggs in it sounds really interesting.

Care said...

Awesome.

rhapsodyinbooks said...

I love bread bowls! Makes anything better!

Kay said...

I love bread bowls, but I've never attempted to make one myself. I think that I'm afraid it would leak! LOL

Soup looks yummy!

Meg said...

Oh, my little Polish stomach is rumbling! This looks amazing -- and would be perfect for a day like today. Cool and rainy and damp, with fall leaves blowing everyone... ahhh.

Zibilee said...

Oh, that does look wonderful! It reminds me a little of potato soup, but I am sure that it goes far beyond that. And a bread bowl? Drooling over here!

Darlene said...

I've never heard of this but it sounds heavenly!

Amy said...

oh wow, this looks delicious. Love the bread bowl!

Melody said...

I love bread bowls! Yum!

ds said...

Sounds (and looks!) delicious! I love the topknot on the "cover" of the bread bowl.

Beth F said...

O.M.G. Where's my portion?

Kathleen said...

YUMMY!

Alice Teh said...

Delicious!