International Dinner


Certainly food and culture go hand in hand, we may say there is no difference. For the very reason, the EprojectConsult team organizes food gatherings – the international food evenings. A highly successful International Food Evening took place at the dreamlike house in the territory of The Park Museum “Jalari” on the evening of Saturday 20 April 2013 when EprojectConsult  personnel, families, children and friends came along to sample a huge range of food and drink from 8 countries worldwide: Italy, Spain, Greece, Romania, Poland, Germany, Latvia and Japan. Prior to the event, some participants generously volunteered all their free morning and afternoon for the cooking to represent their national foods and also the best personal experiment’s recipes. Like Greek vegetable spend in the own more than 3 hours, respectively it was worth waiting – because the result was culinary wonder! In Slowly Italian eating manner with a lot of talks and fun around we satisfied our curiosity about different culinary treasure, starting with the variety of different salads with pasta, then Kartoffelsalat (German potato salads), spinach pie, tortilla de patatas o española (Spanish Omelet), followed by O-nigiri (お握り or 御握り; おにぎり?), also known as Japanese rice balls with tuna, and North Sicilian specialty – Arancine which is usually fried rice balls filled with ragù (meat sauce), tomato sauce, mozzarella, and/or peas, and then coated in bread crumbs. Closing with sweet wonders: Carrot cake, Nutella- chocolate cake, fruit cake and other sugared snacks unfortunately without the apple pie which wasn’t up to the dinners place, yet some fortunate had a possibility to taste it the next day. Still, in addition to a wide variety of food, we had the chance to sample drinks from around the world. For strong spirit lovers: the home- made Italian traditional Grappa and Polish herb-flavored vodka Żubrówka, and for others – wine, bear and Italian coffee. During the evening, some participants promised to have diet starting from the next week. We wish a good luck for them! Our Food Festival proved to be not only successful social event but also a wonderful way to share the many nationalities and cultures within our company. All our friends commented on how much they had enjoyed the evening and hope that we will make it a more regular event.