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RECIPES

Angel’s Eyes

November 29, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Angel’s Eyes are a classic amongst the German Christmas Baking recipes. German christmas cookies are of rather small size;  Angel’s Eyes are about 2 inches in diameter after baking. Try this one out and you will […]

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German Cinnamon Stars

November 21, 2010 GW Administrator 4

German Cinnamon Stars are traditional Christmas cookies made out of almond flour and cinnamon. You can buy buy them in almost every German bakery before Christmas. Now it is the time to bake them at home, and […]

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German Hazelnut Macaroons

November 17, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Germany is known for its unique and delicous Christmas Bakery all over the world. Hazelnut Macaroons are easy to make, they last for weeks if kept in a cookie box at a cool place. Back […]

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German Pumpkin Soup

November 9, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Fall is the time for soups and especially soups made out of pumpkin. This unusual pumpkin recipe is a combination of pumpkin, potatoes, rice and spinach, topped by Italian Parmesano cheese. Enjoy! Find more yummy German […]

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Styrian pumpkinseed oil

October 28, 2010 GW Administrator 0

I take up my reference about the BP oil spill and my thought association to the “black Styrian Gold” that some of you may not be familiar with. The south and southeast regions of the […]

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Eisträume – Ice Dreams

July 23, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Nothing beats ice cream on a hot summer day. I don`t care how many calories this desert has, it is just simply the most delightful “meal”. I am one of these people who cannot eat […]

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CULINARY

Emily Blunt loves “Marmite”

February 4, 2010 GW Administrator 2

Talking about bread spread. Recently I interviewed Emily Blunt, when asked what the British actress carries with her on her journeys, she exclaimed “Marmite”. Since I have never heard of it, she described it as […]

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Pinot Noir With an Umlaut

January 21, 2010 GW Administrator 2

By by Eric Asimov Published: January 11, 2010 TODAY’S word, people, is spätburgunder. Let’s say it slowly: SHPAYT-bur-GUHN-der. That’s German for pinot noir, and the time has come to say it out loud. Trouble is, […]