This Summer, when you have made ice cream and have leftover egg whites, use them to make a pavlova! Just follow these simple instructions to make this delicious and light treat.
Archives for July 2019
Wondering what to do with your kids when visiting the German capital? Go see the Brachiosaurus at the Museum für Naturkunde!
I am a Liebster Award Nominee! This an award for bloggers awarded by bloggers and is named after the German word for favourite.
I was nominated by Marianne at European Slice of Life. Here is my response to my nomination and my own five nominees for the award.
For Mothers’ Day, Miss M presented me with some limited edition Raffaello with raspberry chocolates – their new Summer release. I finished almost all of them in one sitting (partly also because it was Mothers’ Day and I was missing…
We’ve made some significant inroads into our hallway and entry update, but still have a way to go. Here is the long-overdue hallway update progress report.
Here’s our tried and tested tips on what to do on a day in Cologne, with additional suggestions on what to do with kids or if you have some more time and where to shop.
This easy to make Baileys Irish ice cream is a decadent summer treat for adults. Serve it with rich chocolate cake or brownie, or on its own.
We’re in Summer holiday mode, soaking up the sun rather than sitting inside, blogging. Accordingly, our posts will be rather erratic over the next six weeks. We apologise in advance!
With innovative and diverse enviroments and dedication to authenticity, Royal Burgers Zoo is well worth a visit. This is our review and tips.
We are always interested to hear about a new dinosaur highlight in the form of an exhibit or park. Imagine our delight when we heard that the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History has just reopened its Hall of Fossils.
This easy and delicious black liquorice ice cream is perfect for anyone who loves liquorice and anyone with a sweet tooth, or for any black and white theme parties.
“Children are sponges. She’ll have no problem learning German.” I can’t count how often we have heard this phrase in relation to Miss M. However, the common view that young children are language sponges is not true for all children….