Tag Archives: German food

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French lightness to life!

What do you miss most  about Germany living in France? Some small things…mostly food 😉 for example, Toffiffee, Koppers chocolate, sausages  … and Easter time! In Germany it is a tradition to making “egg” bouquets with forsythia. In France…those are impossible to find! What surprises you most about the French culture? It’s...
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Being on the move is probably in my DNA

Hello! My name is Julia, I am 25. Korean born, Kazakh raised, I studied in the UK and since November last year I am based in Berlin.The history of my family spreads across the Northern hemisphere… Long story short, I am a descendant of Korean migrants originating from the Jeju...
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Soccer Girl Playin’ Around the World

Hi! Hola! Hallo! Bonjour! I am 29-years-old from California and have been living in various cities in Germany since 2011. I graduated last year with an MBA from Arizona State University and started a blog called Kicks & Chronicles. I love cuisine, traveling, exploring and finding new adventures that life...
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Germany does not feel any different

My name is Madhuri, I am 25 years old and I originally come from Bengaluru, south of India. I came to Germany to do my Master’s in Molecular Life Science at the University of Jena. I am in Freiburg now to work on my Master’s thesis. This was the first...
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I am really happy. I can be myself here

My name is Charu and I come from Bangalore, India, where I did my Bachelor’s studies in engineering. I wanted to continue and do a Master’s in engineering and Germany – the land of innovation- was a perfect place ;-). I came to Chemnitz in September 2013 to acquire a Master’s...
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No doubts, It’s Italy!

My name is Daisuke and I am a tourist from Tokyo. This is my first time in Europe and I am loving it! I am heading to Frankfurt now where I will stay only 2 days. I am sure I will like it but I am a bit worried about...
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Breakfast with Sam

Sam Carter isn’t just like many young chefs in Cologne. Sam is 31. He hails from King’s Lynn, England. He developed a late love for food and began cooking in Vancouver only about 7 years ago. He never actually went to a culinary school, but happens to work professionally as...
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Food hero

My name is Margaret and I am professional chef, originally from Malaysia. Before I got married to a German man and moved to Germany, I had worked in many countries – Singapore, Russia, England, Australia… I have always loved cooking. I tried to work in an office once, but I...
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Apartment hunting: harder than finding a job

If you are an expat and want to feel in Germany like at home, then go outside and meet people. Try to meet local people – not only expats – and assimilate with them and their culture. This will help! However, something that I find really astounding here in Munich, is that finding an...
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An escape route

My name is Lori, short for Lorelei. Back in March 2012, I quit my job and did some soul searching. I am originally from California and at that time I was living in Montana and was now looking for an escape route. Within three weeks, I decided I was going...
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Chef in Berlin

My name is Jill DiGiovanni and I grew up in Chippawa, Canada, listening to the roar of Niagara Falls in the background and dreaming of being happily swept away to yet undiscovered places. In my 30’s, my dreams came true when I completed my Chef Certification in Classic Cuisine. After...
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Everything new

I’m Steven. I’m an American living in Regensburg, Germany, on a three year contract with my company. I work for a multi-national web hosting company, and our European office is here in Germany. In the summer of 2011, my manager asked if anyone wanted to work in Europe for a...
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Getting out to explore

I am an American living in Germany with my husband (a medic in the U.S. Army) and our two rambunctious dogs. I am currently pursuing a master’s in counseling psychology and am actually in the last couple weeks of my last couple regular classes after which I just have the...
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Delicious food

There you go! We have delicious food over here: chicken chops and lamb skewers! Come on, folks! Multicoolty tour on Birlikte art and culture festival
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Spoonfuls of Germany

I am a German native who moved to the United States 16 years ago. Not only do I have both passports today, I also live and work in two cultures and languages, American and German. I received my Master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Bonn but...
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