The very top picture is of my great grandmother, Mucka. Underneath my grandparents. The family tree to the right, and then the last two photos are of employes that worked in the family hardware store "Zu den Zwei Rittern". The store has been in our family since 1825, and is now run by my mother.
I decided to do a little tribute to my ancestors, and make an austrian dish; potato gulasch. My grandmother used to make this for us kids allot. It's a really cheap and filling meal, and doesn't take a lot of effort to make + it's absolutely delicious, no joke, it really is, and it's a perfect fall and winter meal!
Ingredients (3 big portions, no leftovers)
8 medium sized potatoes (quartered)
half of a bunch of parsley (whole)
1 red pepper (medium chunks)
1/2 of large cucumber or 1 small cucumber (cut into medium chunks)
1 large onion (finely chopped)
1/2 teaspoon ground caraway
1/2 teaspoon caraway seeds
1 tablespoon sweet paprika
1 bay leaf
some tomato paste to taste
some chili flakes
salt to taste
(I'm sort of guesstimating all the spice measurements, but just start with less, and add more if you need to)