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A lunch in olive grove near Medulin

by Gogo on October 8, 2009

in EatIstria Recipes,Tasty adventures

Last weekend, after the olive harvest, we had a lunch in my grandmother’s olive grove near Medulin. This post is my attempt to transmit you the gastronomic enjoyments we had that afternoon. We were hungry like the wolf so everything tasted even better.

Please, do not be shocked by the number of courses you will see in the next photos. My family just likes to enjoy good food, but not in enormous quantities. In fact, nobody is obese among us 🙂 You will understand why I am sometimes so nasty with the restaurant I review. I am simply used to eat very good at home.

Beef consommé

Beef consommé opens appetite and prepares the stomach for the upcoming food


Enjoy the photos, and please do ask for recipe if you find a dish you would like to try at home.

Istrian bean soup - maneštra

Istrian bean soup (maneštra) was often a one-meal-dish in the past

The wild boar goulash

The wild boar goulash

Gnocchi with wild boar goulash

Gnocchi with wild boar goulash pairs so great with a glass of Teran

Pickled cabbage - choucroute garnished with pork

Pickled cabbage (choucroute) garnished with cured pork meat

Fritule

Fritule - made by deep frying a thicker pancake doe

Various cakes in Austro-Hungarian tradition

Various cakes in Austro-Hungarian style

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Clem October 18, 2009 at 15:18

Ooooo the cakes!!!! Your pictures are beautiful.

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Gogo October 19, 2009 at 11:32

Many thanks Clem, you are the only blog follower that regulary leaves the comments. It makes my day 🙂 The pictures are not only mine, actually the better ones are from Cesare.

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Sonja Debeljuh September 21, 2015 at 03:55

hi

can i have the receipe for the manestra and beef clear soup please?

thanks

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Alara August 18, 2017 at 07:48

Helloooooo I went to Croatia 3 years ago and went to a little village where they had the manestra you have on your awfomd photo. I’ve want3d to eat it ever since but have seen a recipe where it looks like yours!! Could I pleeeaaaasseee have the recipe pleaasseee

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