Every day, I try to think of what I am grateful for. Here is my list (so far) for today: My family My friends My health Enjoying a week-end with no scheduled plans The Christmas market we walked to yesterday and the hearty goulash soup with a cup of warmly spiced Glühwein that we had … Continue reading What I am grateful for today
Month: November 2012
Make it a Guten Morgen
I believe, a yummy breakfast helps to make a Guten Morgen (good morning). I am fortunate to live in a country that bakes incredibly delicious bread and buns, with a huge assortment from the traditional white to darker buns and bread with pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, poppy seeds, hazelnuts (or loaded with them all!). And … Continue reading Make it a Guten Morgen
A lesson learned?
This morning, as I was peering into the wine fridge selecting a bottle of white for our evening “Hurray-it’s-Friday!” glass of wine, something lying on the floor caught my attention. It appeared to be Little T’s school planner, but I couldn’t figure out why it would be lying on the other side of the wine … Continue reading A lesson learned?
Thai chicken soup to feed the soul
Once in awhile I have an urge to cook something exotic instead of a favorite standby meal. This can be especially tricky when cooking for an 8-yr-old who is not interested in being adventurous as the dinner table. If the plate does not have pasta, pizza, tacos, pancake, egg, sausage, schnitzel, mashed potatoes, or escargot, … Continue reading Thai chicken soup to feed the soul