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I have been living half of my life in Germany, then US, and traveling since then. My passion is cooking, painting and glass mosaic art. I try to re-create recipes I grew up with or tasted while traveling in Europe. To read my newest Blog please "Follow" me on the right by entering your email address, or press „Like“ on the Facebook tab
Zuerich Geschnetzeltes, Swiss veal dish
Germany
Recipes
Southern Europe

Zürich Geschnetzeltes, a classic Swiss Veal Dish

This tender Veal dish in a creamy Mushroom sauce is a classic meal I ate while visiting my friend in Zürich. If veal is not available, you could use pork instead.

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Walhalla Memorial
Germany
Travel Destinations

A temple near Regensburg that’s covered with precious marble inside and out

On a sunny day, while staying in Regensburg, I took an excursion to the Walhalla memorial which is a couple minute drive north-east. The classicist building with its surrounding landscape is dominating on a mountain overlooking the Danube With this structure in the form of a temple and surrounded by columns, it’s of the most […]

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Freiburg Cathedral, Muenster
Germany
Travel Destinations

The Freiburg Münster or Cathedral

I decided to stop in Freiburg, which is located in the Rhein plain at the southern edge of the Black Forest. As we were walking to the Münsterplatz, as the Marktplatz is called in Freiburg, I saw the tall Our Beloved Lady Mary Cathedral in the midst of the the historic center. This is the […]

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Franconia wine princesses
Germany
Travel Destinations

A day at the Volkach Wine Festival

I took off on a Saturday morning in late September to take some pictures of the Franconia wine country and ended up in Volkach for the Vintner festival. After all it was the the conclusion of the grape picking season. Later in the afternoon I visited the nearby Sommerach to have lunch I am still […]

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German Meatloaf Leberkäse
Germany
Main Course
Recipes

Leberkäse, a German street food

I grew up on Leberkäse and I could eat it as breakfast. I also call it German Meatloaf, but the name is a misnomer, it does not contain cheese, mainly pork. You can buy these sandwiches at most Butcher shops as a snack. It is generally cut very thick. At home I fry a slice […]

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Dr. Roentgen Haus Wuerzburg
Allgemein
Germany
Travel Destinations

What does Würzburg have to do with x-Rays?

While walking or riding the bus to school in Würzburg, I passed the Röntgen House many times, not really paying attention. Then after some history lessons in school, I saw the significance of this famous research building. With this discovery he was granted the Nobel Price rice in physics. The home belonged to the formal […]

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Apfelschlupfkuchen, sunken apple cake, German
Desserts
Germany
Recipes

Apfelschlupfkuchen (Sunken Apple Cake)

I remember my very first cake I baked, I was eight years old and so delighted. I remember taking the baked apple cake outside to the garage to show to my dad who was working on the car. A proud moment I will never forget. 

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German Plum cake, Zwetschgenkuchen, Pflaumenkuchen
Breads and Pastry
Desserts
Germany

Zwetschgenkuchen or Plum cake

Perfect to accompany an afternoon coffee is the Zwetschgenkuchen. You can find or pick plums from June till late September when they are ripe. In the US you can buy this oval purple fruit in some stores, they are called Italien plums. This recipe is made with a yeast dough on a rectangular sheet cake […]

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Allgemein
Germany
Travel Destinations

Book cheaper Flights to Germany

Why are these flights to Germany so much cheaper you ask? The answer is easy, they are booked from a German Travel agency, flights cost less there. I have personally been flying with them for years.   You are able to pay with a US credit or debit card. If you have a German Bank […]

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Wartburg, Eisenach
Germany
Travel Destinations

Eisenach, the Martin Luther Saga and home of J.S. Bach

After an exciting week in Leipzig, we stopped in Eisenach and Erfurt and discovered those towns and their history Not far from Erfurt and to the West is Eisenach looking up to the Wartburg castle. Martin Luther, who was a monk, spoke out against church corruption and angered the Pope and Emperor, putting his life […]

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