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The inspiration for the fourth edition of “Europe on a plate” under the auspices of Robert Makłowicz and Piotr Bikont are the European Championship in football – on Wroclaw’s Market Square we will be able to try food from countries participating in Euro 2012.

On Saturday, June 2 the food market will start, and on Sunday, June 3, the organizers will invite for feasting together. The feast will be accompanied by Zbigniew Czwojdy Big Band featuring Justyna Steczkowska.

It will be accompanied by IV Tournament “Wroclaw Nalewki” and II skirmish fruit distillates and workshop-meeting information on the production of distillates in Austria, fair cookbooks and culinary special meeting of the”Gadki-szmatki Literatki”.

The following dishes will be tasted on the Wroclaw Market Square, June 3:

 Croatia

Riblja Juha – fish soup,
Cream of patlidzana – cream of eggplant,
Pileći bataci s prsutom and kaduljom – chicken legs with prosciutto and sage.

Czech Republic

Smazeny syr s tatarskou omackou – fried cheese with tartar sauce,
Bramborove knedliky s moravskym zelim a slaninou – potato dumplings with cabbage and Moravian bacon .

Denmark

Fiskefilet med remoulade – fish fillet with remoulade sauce, served with a piece of wholemeal bread,
Frikadeller – meatballs with minced meat, served with sweet and sour salad with a piece of wholemeal bread,
Hanekamme – combs with dough stuffed with apple marmalade and ground nuts, plenty of iced.

England

Baked beans with potato – baked beans in tomato sauce served with baked potato,
Clark’s pie – rolls stuffed with beef in vegetable sauce,
Fish and chips – fried fish fillets served with potatoes and mayonnaise, in accordance with the English tradition, served with lemon on a piece of paper and gray paper.

France
Bouillabaisse – Marseilles fish soup served with a piece of baguette,
Ratatouille – Provencal vegetable stew served with baguette.

Germany

Allerlei Leipzig – Leipzig variety – stew with mushrooms and vegetables cooked in beef broth served with white cream sauce,
Bratwürste mit Sauerkraut – grilled sausage on sauerkraut on rye rogalu given Kornspitz,
Quark-Streuselkuchen – German classic cheesecake with streusel.

Greece
Psito Arni – lamb cooked in yogurt sauce,
Kalamaria – salad with squid.

Ireland

Dublin Coddle, among others – Irish stew with sausage, potatoes and apples,
Irish Stew – Irish Stew dish of pork and vegetables,
Baileys chocolate cheesecake – chocolate cheesecake with Baileys liqueur with the addition of creme fraiche.

Italy

Tripp Minestra di alla Piemontese – Tripe piemoncku with pieces of savoy cabbage, garnished with parmesan cheese served with a piece of baguette,
Panna cotta – cooked cream dessert .

The Netherlands

Sub gum – made from rice and poultry meat,
Kaasaardappelen – scalloped potatoes and gouda cheese,
Poffert – cake with raisins and candied fruit,
Spekpannenkoek – pancakes with bacon.

Poland

Dumplings from the oven from the east – cottage cheese, potatoes, cottage cheese and onion,
Krasne – with pork and sauerkraut,
One large pie from the oven with dill salad,
The pig roast – stuffed with buckwheat and offal
Roast duck – apples and beets, served with cranberry-horseradish mousse,
Zurek soup – with egg and sausage,
Bigos.

Portugal

Sopa da Pedra (stone soup) – soup with pieces of sausage and brown beans, and fresh coriander served with a slice of rye bread,
Tomatoes recheados – baked tomatoes stuffed with meat with brown rice.

Russia

Szczi – Russian soup of leafy vegetables cooked in fish broth,
Blini – Russian traditional yeast pancakes served with sour cream and salmon.

Spain

Gazpacho Andaluz – traditional Andalusian gazpacho,
Pollo a la chilindron – chicken stew,
Crema Catalana – traditional Catalan cream.

Sweden

LAKS Norsk – Norwegian salmon served with mashed potatoes with vegetables on baked potatoes,
Ostkaka – traditional Scandinavian cheesecake.

Ukraine

Fish in the cabbage-krymsky fish on cabbage marinated in mustard, buckwheat honey and cumin,
Gałuszki – potato-meat patties,
Hhryczanniki – pancakes with buckwheat and meat,
Czanachy – thick soup with meat,
Slips of grybnym sojsom potatoes – potato pancakes with mushroom sauce, so called. Muscovites.

Europe on the plate 2011

Source: Gazeta Wyborcza Wrocław
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For the third time Wrocław is inviting to the event ”Europe on the plate” that will take place on Wroclaw’s Market Square on 4th of June 2011. It’s a unique event that is patronized by Robert Makłowicz and Piotr Bikont – it’s the only such an event in Poland that is organized periodically and on such a big scale. By this event residents of Wroclaw and tourists will celebrate the next anniversary of free elections in postwar Poland.

Previous edition

In the programme of this edition one will find:

–          tasting of meals from 30 European countries,

–          cooking demonstrations by Robert Makłowicz and other great chefs,

–          fair of food grade products and selling and tasting of delicious beers and wines – from 30th  of May till 5th of June

–          animation for children,

–          tourist presentations of European countries.

The street artists, such as drummers, jugglers, stilt walkers will encourage to celebrate the event. As social events there will be organized: a nationwide tournament of tinctures and a culinary film review “Appetite for cinema”.

The meals from 30 European countries will be served for 5zł per serving and money that will be collected this way will credit to the fund for the most talented students of Catering School in Wroclaw.

Source: Wroclaw[Wroclove]

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The residents of Wroclaw will meet during the second edition of the culinary festival “Europe on the plate” at the Market Square on 4 June to taste a lot of different national meals from all countries that are memebers of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Latvia, Malta, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and Italy. This year the festival will start on 4 June, but its accompanying events (the Fair) will be from 3 to 6 June.

On 4 June there will be a festival of the European kitchen and on 5 June a day of Wroclaw’s tastes which are connected with the capital of Lower Silesia. A competition on the queen Luisa’s cake, the Wroclaw’s Tournament of Tinctures, the wine avenue, the beer avenue, where one can taste different kinds of beer, are just some attractions of the festival. On the boards next to the beer centre stand one can see the stages of brewing. Home brewing beer such as: India Pale Ale, Grodziskie, Robust Porter, Milk Stout, Monachium Fair will be presented at the stand.

Europe on the plate photos

At the Festival one can find a lot of different products and meals that are unavaiable on the Polish markets, like Śliwowica – Polish vodka with high level of alcohol.

Europe on the plate is organized in the anniversary of the first free voting in the postwar history of Poland.

The Tournament of Tinctures will start at 3 p.m. and it will last till 6 p.m. on 5 June.

Source: Smaki Wrocławia

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