So, I'm trying out tons of new recipes (the last one was for Börek, a deep fried dish from Turkey with Feta cheese. Yummy! I bet it has 1 million kcal :) but sometimes it has to be deep fried...) but last Thursday I just needed:
(sorry no picture but imagine a bowl with buttermilk in it. It just looks the same like uncooked buttermilk ;) )
And then it hit me. It's kind of weird to eat warm, sweetend buttermilk that has mini-pasta in it and is slightly thickend with pudding mix. But it's something that is very typical at least with my family ( altough my mum makes it with pieces of pears and semolina dumplings...). I guess every part of the world has something as a dish, that other people think is kind of weird...