Best Sandwiches To Try This Fall Looking for the best sandwiches to try this fall in the Post Falls area? You'll have to look a bit outside the traditional. While a good turkey or ham sandwich is a wonderful comfort at times, there are better sandwiches to have. Here at The Old European, you'll find… Continue reading Best Sandwiches in Post Falls Idaho
Idaho's Best Desert Right Here in Post Falls, ID Looking for the best rolls and sweetcakes in Post Falls, Idaho? Look no further than the Old European Restaurant. We have the best sweet items to start your day off with, should you have a sweet tooth in the morning, or have a delicious brunch -… Continue reading Best Rolls And Sweetcakes In Post Falls Idaho
Benefits of Eating Your Lunch Outside The Office Leave work for lunch? Why would a person do that? Why you're saddled with the responsibility of producing for your Idaho employer and that doesn't include leaving to go get fed and then come back. Eating at your desk is efficient! Except it isn't actually that good… Continue reading 7 Reasons You Should Leave Work For Lunch
Believe it or not, there are benefits to eating soup. Soups are wonderful appetizers, sides or just great on their own, which is why soup is one of the most common dishes on a global scale. Eating Soup for Lunch Is A Wise Choice Very few cultures don't have at least a few soups and… Continue reading Benefits Of Eating Soup for Lunch
Most types of European breakfast is much different than the typical American breakfast. While we are admonished that "breakfast is the most important meal of the day" - an invention of the Kellogg's cereal company - cold cereal or meat-and-egg based dishes are much more of a New World invention. Brief History of The Traditional… Continue reading A History Of European Breakfast
Above picture: Parker Family Homestead. Flathead Valley, Montana. The Samuel Parker family, descendants of John Knox, the Presbyterian minister of Wales, immigrated to America in the early 1800's. Initially, they found occupation in Iowa. By the mid 1800's, his son Henry Parker wished for more of the American dream of owning property, and the opportunity… Continue reading The history of our Raspberry Jam
In the Old Country, coffee was not easy to afford and was often unavailable for purchase. To many folks who had left Europe’s hopeless economics for a chance of a better life in America, a hot cup of coffee at the crack of dawn (made from grounds that weren’t used yesterday and the day before… Continue reading Coffee is in our blood! Grandpa Pedersen’s Story.
Marie Mekkelsen was born into a poor family of 11, in Lander, Denmark in 1888. At the young age of 9, she was hired out as a housekeeper. At age 15 she cleaned for a lawyer’s family. One-half year’s wages paid enough for her to buy a pair of shoes. In the year 1906, 18… Continue reading Our Aebleskiver Story
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