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Friendsgiving dinner 2016 (+ recipes)

First of all, please let me introduce you to Jacques! Those of you who follow me on Instagram might know Jacques already. Our relationship was short, but amazing since he was just perfect. I took him home with me on Thursday evening and he spent most of his time in my bathtub, making Canavar go […]

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Recipe: Homemade yogurt

Often it is the easiest things you can show off with. For me that is my homemade yogurt. Yogurt in the US is an interesting topic, and it took me several months to find my preferred full-fat yogurt in a supermarket. There is a huge selection of non-fat yogurts, which usually consist of tons of […]

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Recipe: Yayla Çorbası (Turkish yogurt soup)

Recipe: Yayla Çorbası (Turkish yogurt soup)

When I was a child, I was fascinated by the German story of the Suppenkaspar (the Soup-Kaspar) – a boy who refuses to eat his soup until he becomes so skinny that he dies. This is actually in a famous children’s book, one from 1845 though when small kids were supposed to learn from clear […]

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Recipe: Healthy red winter salad

Recipe: Healthy red winter salad

Wie ihr sicher längst mitbekommen habt, denke ich nicht immer unbedingt mit, wenn ich einkaufen gehe. Gerade nach einem Besuch auf dem Markt kann es passieren, dass ich drei Gurken, zwei Pfund Rosenkohl und drei Mangos habe. Ich mag zwar die einzelnen Sachen immer sehr gerne, aber habe noch nicht so richtig geschafft, so zu […]

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Recipe: Karyoka (or: chocolate covered candied chestnuts)

Recipe: Karyoka (or: chocolate covered candied chestnuts)

In der Überschrift wollte ich einfach mal so richtig angeben. Karyoka klingt fast einfach, zumindest im Gegensatz zu kandierten Esskastanien mit Schokoladenüberzug. Nur unter Karyoka kann sich niemand etwas vorstellen außer den Türken. Karyoka kommt aus Bursa und wird in der ganzen Türkei als Süßigkeit verkauft, was ich schon in meinem ersten halben Jahr in […]

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