‘We have eaten!’ Kate Langbroek reveals the dinners she and her family cooked while at Italy’s COVID-19 lock
Kate Langbroek and her family have been detained for a month in Bologna, Italy, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And on Wednesday, the 54-year-old radio host revealed what she and her family had cooked for dinner in their apartment.
“I haven’t posted our meals in a while, but we’ve eaten!” Kate wrote on Instagram, in addition to five photos of different meals.
‘We have eaten!’ Kate Langbroek reveals the dinners she and her family cooked at COVID-19 lock in Bologna, Italy
One photo featured a Japanese meal of maki sushi rolls and a stir-fry dish, while the other featured an Indian dinner of curry, papadums and rice.
Kate and her family also embraced local cuisine with a meal of spaghetti and garlic bread and also had a classic fried chicken dinner complete with mashed potatoes, gravy and steamed vegetables.
On a photo a house had clearly disappeared, on a photo a tray with homemade ANZAC biscuits.
International cuisine! Kate and her family had an Indian meal (left) with curry, papadums and rice and a classic fried chicken dinner (right) with mashed potatoes, gravy and vegetables
Culinary child! It’s not just the parents who cook, as their eldest son Lewis, 16, also shows off his skill in the kitchen. Pictured: Lewis with maki sushi rolls and a stir-fry
Kate, her husband Peter Allen Lewis and their children Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan have been locked up in their small apartment in Bologna since last month.
But it’s not just the parents who cook, as their eldest son Lewis, 16, also shows off his culinary prowess in the kitchen.
Lewis recently recreated the chili garlic chicken stir-fry dish from the Taiwanese restaurant franchise Din Tai Fung.
Last week, Kate revealed that two of her children were crying at the dining table because of the coronavirus lock and long days at home.
Cute! Monday, Kate posted a photo on Instagram of herself and husband Peter (left) with a drink to celebrate their anniversary while in lockdown
Holidays from Hell: Kate lives in Bologna, in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy, which has become a ghost town amid the global health crisis. Shown with her family
On Monday, Kate posted a photo on Instagram of herself and her husband Peter drinking something to celebrate their anniversary while they were trapped.
‘Anniversary drink in the neighbors’ garden. Vitamin D. Wonderful sun. Smooth the corner and cheer us up, ”Kate captioned the post.
Kate and her family moved to Italy in January 2019 for what would be a ‘gap year’, but they extended their stay by 12 months early this year.
The remains of Italy were severely affected by the coronavirus with 17,127 deaths and 135,586 confirmed cases.
Meanwhile, there have been 5,997 confirmed cases and 49 deaths in Australia.
Pandemic: There have been 5,997 confirmed cases and 49 deaths in Australia