Various school lunches from around the world. School lunch doesn't really represent the best a country has to offer, but we still love it, because we grew up on it.
It could be a cooked egg...I've had desserts like that in Seville, or an apricot half.http://nophotos-joan.blogspot.com/
Of course I meant egg yolk...http://nophotos-joan.blogspot.com/
It could also be a small canned peach or apricot. :)
I was surprised the times I have traveled to Austria how often I see an egg served in the same manner. Looks strange but I've seen it over goulash, pizza & similar soups.
It's definitely not a raw or cooked egg. It's half of an canned apricot or a peach. Eggs are not served on dessert here in the CR :-)
That soup looks good!
These Czech Republic meals look really tasty! I am going to have to find a Czech restaurant to try next time I am near La Grange TX. :-)
It's an apricot half :)egg yolk is only served on savory dishes.
The yellow thing is dessert, so it could not be raw egg, it is probably canned apricot on top of cocoa cake or ginger bread.
And it seems that from time of my childhood are the plates the same, maybe it could be the SAME :D.
Hi, I'm from the Czech Republic. It's apricot or peach compote. Compote is cooked fruit.
It seems quite tasty. I remember eating great food when I was in that country on holidays.
The dessert is chocolate pudding with canned apricot or peach in syrup. I remember it well :)
That would be really good! It looks good. I would eat.
The sauce on the rice looks like dog food...
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