Desayuno, Almuerzo, Cena

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I do not stand by observant, but I live with the locals. The society I’ve been ‘thrown’ into is as different to what I am used as can be. An great example is the food. Even thought I like

it very much, it is very different to what I am used to from Luxembourg.

These pictures where taken over two days, including breakfast, lunch and dinner:

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A very typical breakfast; egg, beans and cheese with some milk and white bread. I got me some jam as little extra, something Salvadorians are not to fond off.

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For lunch we got a bean and rice soup with some tortillas and water. As dessert we got a small mango from the mango tree outside the cafeteria.

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Dinner consisted of beans, cheese and rice accompanied with tortillas and water.

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The next day breakfast was once again eggs with cheese and beans, but this time accompanied by coffee (the usual beverage).

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Lunch was special today, as we got served noodles and salad; something rather uncommon here at the Hogar.

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Dinner was also rather special; instead of just getting beans, a sausage and cheese (like the other kids), I also got egg and a fried platano. Awesome right =) Again all of this was accompanied by tortillas and water.

Here the cooks I have to thank for all these lovely meals, GRACIAS: 01-21_17-42-25

Some quick updates: Friday night the group of 4 from Luxembourg arrived (including Mr. Scholer, the president of the Fundacion) and I spent all Saturday with them. A post on this will appear soon, as well as on tomorrow’s (sunday) happenings. It is a year on the date that Don Oscars son was killed in a car crash in Guatemala, and this will be remembered in a gathering as well as small Mass at the Hogar tomorrow morning.

Day 27 – Santa Ana

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6 thoughts on “Desayuno, Almuerzo, Cena

  1. Kayser Marc says:

    Martin?
    What’s this dark flap looks like??
    Gudden Appetit

  2. m frankl says:

    Beautiful photos! Thank-you.

  3. laughwithlea says:

    I miss eating platanos… Those were my favorite! Have you ever tried making those tortillas? It’s not as easy as you might assume, I learned! Thank you for the post.

    • Martin A. K. says:

      Yeah, I also fell in Love with the food here! And no, never tried…but sure something I will try (knowing how close failure is to trying) in the future! Thank you for subscribing!:)

  4. Awesome post. Do you mind if I ask what your source is for this information?

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