Cliff & Sarahare developing quite a culinary acumen at home due to the high costs associated with restaurants in Europe.
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Monthly Archives: August 2012
This eggplant dip seems complicated but is ridiculously easy. It was too hot to really cook for a few weeks this August. That made things difficult, as I love to cook and don’t particularly care for raw food. Cliff is … Continue reading
This week the weather finally calmed down enough to allow us to enjoy some new (to us) Biergartens Biergärten traditional outdoor dining options: the Spitalkeller and the Weltenburger am Dom.
Avocados and cilantro are getting more and more common around here. Ergo, more guacamole for my belly. Now, if we could just get the corn chips right… All of these ingredients are “to taste,” so start small and add in … Continue reading
Regensburg’s annual fall festival — the Dult — kicked off last night with some pretty sloshy weather, but that didn’t keep the crowds away. It was a great opportunity for a Radlermaß and pretzel to close out the work week. … Continue reading
We learned three things from this recipe: You CAN get a restaurant-like texture to your sauces at home if you’re patient enough to let them simmer the full time and are willing to get a few more pieces of equipment … Continue reading
It’s nice to have a mid-week mid-August day off.
I bet you all know about this already, but I’m posting it anyway. Feel free to tell me in comments just how behind the curve I am. We’ve had quite a nasty fruit fly infestation here, thanks to the Bavarian … Continue reading
Under a month to go — time to firm up your plans for WEBMU 2012 in Berlin! Snooker in Berlin has posted the agenda for our annual expatriate blogger meetup weekend in our discussion forum. We converge on Germany’s capital … Continue reading
I’m kind of agnostic on fresh corn. It’s good and I’ll eat and like it if someone serves it to me, but I’m rarely moved to do anything with it myself. Plus, I get sick of flossing after a cob. … Continue reading
I guess all the rain in the evenings and the full sun all day are making it extra green. What’s to keep me from setting up a mobile office in the shade of this tree and working from right there?