I baked a cake … actually I am baking a lot of cakes recently, somehow it became a habit to bake cakes for my colleagues and students on a regular basis. This is especially satisfying when you’re actually meant to correct class tests… This cake I made twice in one week – which indicates already that something is totally right with it. First of all it is strawberries … of course – I just can’t walk past if I see […]
Look, what I got from my Post aus meiner Küche swap partner Sylke: A whole package full of very berry delights: strawberry prosecco jam, strawberry basil jam, strawberry chutney with black pepper, raspberry balsamico vinegar and raspberry salt … and a little cooking book with all the recipes and a lot of white pages to be filled soon. Thanks so much!
Never heard about the Ice Saints’ days? Mamertus (11th of May), Pankratius (12th of May), Servatius (13th of May), Bonifatius (14th of May) and (cold) Sophie (15th of May)?! The commemoration of these five saints was long ago brought together with the old middle european peasant experience that it is likely to be a cold weather period during these days. Although meterological statistics can’t confirm this old weather proverb, it often proves to be true – like these days, when […]
I am not quite sure how widely known German Brause is. At least, it seams to be one of those products that are closely linked with Germany and don’t have an exact equivalent, like f.ex. Gummibärchen (gummi bears). Have a look at GermanDeli and you will find so much more. For all readers not familiar to “Ahoj-Brause“, you must have a look here. There won’t be any living German who isn’t immediatly reminded of his childhood… These little bags with […]
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