Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rote Grutze – Berry Pudding

This Rote Grutze (or rather Rote Grütze) or Berry Pudding has been consumed over the holiday weekend in my home for breakfast, maybe because I love it so much I couldn’t bare to leave it any longer before gulping down a spoonful. It’s a traditional German dish that utilizes berries during the height of the...

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    Cheesy Cheddar Scones

    Stepping on the rocky top of England’s highest peak I felt only a slice of pride, after two-and-a-half-hours of climbing over rocks it was a bittersweet accomplishment with clear views and bright skies. And then it was time for the descent and slowly, but surely, we made it back to sore thighs and whimpering up...

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      London in Spring

      Over the past couple of months I have gone to a few different locations shooting photos of spring debuting it’s 2014 season and here are the best photographs from this wide and bustling city. While I could have easily provided another 20 photographs and gone to a further 10 important locations around London, these are...

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        Triple Coconut Cream Pie

        Monday night involved a lot of eye rolling induced by amazing food and it all happened thirty eight floors above London as the rain lashed at the windows and the golden tree swayed in the wind at Sushi Samba. After excitedly waiting three weeks for our booking on a Monday of all days to roll...

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          Kentucky Mule

          Girls who drink whiskey can be summed up in two words: Robin Scherbatsky. Kinda badass! At the beginning of this year I made a personal mission to be able to drink Whiskey cold, hold the rocks. For one simple reason, Robin Scherbatsky, symbolizes the kind of character of women I’ve come to know who enjoy...

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            Corn Queso Fundido

            I’m going to be honest and confess that every time I say Cinco de Mayo in my head it’s in Jason Segal’s voice from I Love You, Man. Yes, that is not the first time I have mentioned this movie and no I do not relate to this bromance story, but that doesn’t stop me from...

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              April 2014 – Saw/Ate/Read

              April where have you gone and why weren’t there that many showers in London? Indeed, April showers were more April flowers in my part of the world. We’ve had a very lucky year with weather, a mild winter and a pretty delightful spring…so far! With no job, the month began being able to enjoy the...

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