Every time we travel somewhere, my husband and I, we noticed that besides the various attractions in a city, we remember the moments we shared with other people in that destination. Whether it was a chat with a waitress, or a casual conversation with a taxi driver, human contact was crucial.
We are Boba and Goran. I'm a pharmacist and he's a meteorologist. We live in Novi Sad with our three children and a dog. Our son is an IT engineer, and of course he made the site, he is a user of a wheelchair from birth so we for sure can accommodate people in a wheelchair in our home. Our older daughter is a future veterinarian and our youngest daughter is studying to become a electrical engineer. We as a family are very friendly and we love to meet new people and hear their stories .. I invite you to a traditional Serbian/Vojvodina lunch/dinner that you will not get in classic restaurants, with a good conversation and in a good atmosphere.
Just bring a good mood and your best strechy pants!
Traditional Serbian lunch is an unforgettable experience. It is also the richest meal of the day that traditionally begins with a glass of cold, high-quality home-made brandy, which will warm you and awaken your appetite. After that, the appetizer is next and then a soup, the main dish with salad and finally - desert that is served with good wine in a good company. Serbians like to hang out while eating good food and often invent the occasion to celebrate something and create an opportunity to gather and make barbecue
The main characteristics of traditional Serbian cuisine are quality foods such as fresh and juicy meat and the authentic taste and aroma of vegetables and fruits that are not covered by spices and sauces. Food is cooked, fried and baked in Serbia, and also prepared in the old ways - on a barbecue or in a clay pot that is coocked on the grill. Serbia also offeres a large selection of cooked foods (which are eaten with a spoon). In order to get the best tasts, the food needs to be cooked for a long time on a gentle fire with love.
As native Serbian dishes I would mention: beef prosciutto, kajmak, ajvar, cicvara, jam made of rose petals and various specialties with dry plums. For most recipies of Serbian national cuisine there is no correct word in the dictionaries of foreign languages, nor the taste with which they can be compared. So it's best to come and try them out!