Today both menu choices were deliciously Italian. The children going to Italy this autumn break could already start dreaming about the amazing Italian food they would have there.
First off there was gnocchi with gorgonzola sauce that pleased even the pickiest cheese lovers.
Furthermore there was beef ravioli in a tomato sauce. This could be topped of with a bouquet of arugola or other vegetables.
Tuesdays’ dinner tasted sweet and sour with the shrimp wok accompanied by rice.
There was also a beef stew with carrots.
Or you could go for the chickpeas and many other vegetables in a curry sauce.
For dessert the chef prepared a delicious panna cotta, with raspberries or passion fruit.
Tonight the foodies at CDL had a great night with what the chef had to offer. There was a lovely spinash and ricotta annelloni topped if with a chorizo sauce.
This student is a real pasta lover and enjoyed the annelloni with a hand picked salad. For dessert he went for the sweet taste of watermelon.
For the vegetarian option the chef prepared some croque’s, which could be had with cauliflower or a mix of carrots, zuchinni and peas. The chef truly know how to make a great vegetarian twist on some classics.
Tonight the chef prepared some rice and potatoes. The cauliflower and broccoli did not only add flavour to our meal, but brought some colour to our plates. You could have this with beef in a sweet and sour sauce, fish or a vegetarian option.
Tonights’ dinner you could start off with different salads, like this amazing salad with tomatoes, feta and olives.
For mains you could choose between ravioli with tomato sauce and cheese. The other option wasn’t Italian but Chinese style. A flavourful dish of rice with chicken and/or duck with carrots and peas. Both filled the dining hall with a delicious smell.
There were not only different options for the main course, but also dessert. The first choice was a slice of plum pie. Those too full to enjoy a slice of the pie, could devour a yoghurt with a coconut flavor and blueberry.
On today’s menu were some amazing beef fajitas. These were topped off with a delicious home made guacamole. Perfect to energize before the last day of the week.
As always there was another option: tonight the students could also go for ravioli or pasta with a choice of sauces and vegetables. No one came out of the dining hall with an empty stomach as a lot of the students went for seconds.
Amazing salads as always
We had three lovely options tonight for dinner:
First off there was a delicious fillet of perch with pumpkin cream. This lovely dish was perfect to start of our fall. The pumpkin flavor immediately send leaves twirling down from the trees.
Those who prefer meat over fish, could enjoy a wok with minced duck and ginger. This dish was so popular that I couldn’t snap a picture in time before the plates were empty.
The vegetarians amongst the boarders really felt that they were in Switzerland tonight with a cheesy dish. There was Röesti topped off by the local cheese Tomme Vaudoise. A great way to get a taste of Switzerland.
The amazing dessert made every the sweet tooth happy.
Which dish would you have chosen tonight?
The chefs took good care for us this weekend and prepared a lot of tasty meals. Take a look at some of the plates:
Pasta with tomato sauce, mixed vegetables and a wrap.
Mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes and vegetarian bites.
A vegetarian lasagna with broccoli and cauliflower.
Salad with i.a. artichokes, bell pepper, cheese…
Chili con carne with broccoli.
Baked Alaska for dessert.
A look on some trays who just passed the amazing brunch buffet.
We started our weekend off with some amazing dinner options. For those wanting a lot of vegetables, there was the salad bar to create your own tasty salad.
Vegetarians could enjoy a delicious risotto with grilled onions, bell peppers, artichokes, beans and sweet potato.
For the meat lovers their was a burger and pasta.
This evenings dessert was a delicious apple pie because an apple a day keeps the doctor away.