Tag Archives: German food

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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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A British national sport

I’m a 35-year-old Brit from London with qualifications in literature and psychology and a rather varied working background in music, television, neuroscience and all manner of things in between. My passions, however, lie in travel, writing and food, and with my blog, I’m able to focus on these (albeit not...
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Hide it in a book

My first culture shock was on the train where people mind their own business: they don’t talk to each other, even if they sit next to each other. Instead they like reading a lot. (laughing – ed.) Where I come from, from Lusaka, Zambia, you socialize a lot. Here everybody...
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My own little spot

My name is Pam and I was born in Boston, but have lived in California, Connecticut and Utah a couple of times. In 2012 my husband’s job brought us to Cologne and we really like it here. When we first came here the biggest struggle was, believe it or not,...
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A pretext for a party

I am a Swiss native who moved to Germany five years ago. I have a general love for fashion, travel and rock music, and of leopard print, funky cities and Bon Jovi in particular! I am also getting more and more into photography and this shows on my blog. However, if I...
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Very accepting

My name is Alison and I am from Great Britain. My husband’s job brought us to Cologne two years ago and I like it! I was actually pleasantly surprised what a nice, clean and cozy city Cologne is! I especially enjoy the open space and the whole city atmosphere.  It...
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Learn the language

My name is Sean, I’m 30 years old and I am an American hailing from the great state of Ohio. I am a veteran, blogger, self-styled beer expert, student of political science, and all-around good guy. I live with my family near Schweinfurt in Lower Franconia. Like most American in Schweinfurt,...
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Nothing better than Italian food

Have your eating habits changed when you moved to Germany? At the beginning yes, but I was really destroying my stomach, so I got back to what I was eating in Italy, even though you don’t find everything here.
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From Ukraine with Love

We were struggling for several months to get the visa and have one of the best Ukrainian chefs work at out restaurant Pan&Pani. Our Chef used to cook for Ukrainian celebrities and was an author of a popular culinary TV show.
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Tips to better Baklava

 It used to be women who cooked the very thin dough for baklava from morning till night, today only men sit on the floor and make the dough for the traditional Turkish sweets and women do other things like cleaning or cooking salty dishes.
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