These students are probably growing tired of me asking questions about the food of their countries. However, they patiently answer my culinary questions.
Last week the student from Germany received a care package from home, and the student gave me this:
A gift like this isn't received lightly. It meant a lot to me that this girl who is over 4,500 miles from home and who probably craved the tastes of home unselfishly offered me one of her chocolate bars.
I took the chocolate bar home and shared with my family because a gift like this should always be shared. Plus food tastes better when it's shared. After tasting the chocolate bar we agreed that it was better than a Hershey bar. The Milka bar was creamier than it's American counterparts.
PS . . . I plan on posting an interview with each of the exchange students. Look for it in the near future.