Good golly! As you know, my kitchen feels like the size of a peanut shell. I love cooking and enjoying delicious foods and desserts with friends and family. In Canada, we’d have friends over all the time for brunch, dinner, BBQs, and it was great! Two good friends here in Germany are from Venezuela. They … More My Tiny Kitchen Part II: 2 Venezuelans + 2 Canadians
Culture shock? Acculturation? Integration? When does someone feel like they belong and that they’re home? … More Displacement, Disjuncture, Disjointed: Is this Home now?
Christmas traditions in Germany go way back, but the focus throughout December are the widely visited Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market). … More Decadent Weihnachtsmärkte: Exploring German Christmas Markets
Using the space that you have, in this part, for baking. … More My Tiny Kitchen, Part I: (Re)Learning to Bake
A little poetry for this season. … More Changing Seasons: Autumn
I’ve been saying it for months now, with Dresden being a short and inexpensive bahn ride away, I need a day trip to the capital of Sachsen. It finally happened. I visited Dresden. It is as beautiful as people say it is, there has been so much construction work done since the German reunification in … More Dreamy Dresden
Having fun in the sun during summer isn’t just about lying on a beach, but also being active exploring waterways in kayaks or canoes. … More Canals, Bridges, and Alternative Perspectives to a City