Since we can’t travel to Germany this year and I can’t gorge on all of the Christmas market snacks, I’m making some of my German favorites at home. I just have to bring the Germany Christmas market to my kitchen!
I’m starting with candied citrus peel that I’ll use in a few upcoming recipes. [continue reading]
I accidentally bought far more apples than I needed and decided to use them to make Sharlotka (Russian apple cake). You probably have everything you need on hand in your pantry to make this tasty dessert. [continue reading]
Love wine? Be sure to include these fun wine festivals in your Germany travel itinerary. The first drink to come to mind when I mention Germany probably isn’t wine, but the country is filled with vineyards and has a long history of wine production.
Download the free wine road guide to start planning your Germany travel itinerary. [continue reading]
One of the best Bavarian snacks to go along with massive amounts of beer is a pretzel, and the best thing to eat with that pretzel is Obatzda. Obatzda is a Bavarian cheese spread. Usually made with a mix of camembert or brie and butter, it’s rich and creamy, and delicious. It’s a simple recipe that’s always a big hit that everyone loves. [continue reading]
When you’re thinking of your holiday gift list this year, consider finding unique and personal gifts from one of the many museums and galleries in Europe. I’ve gathered some gift inspiration for you in this post. Start shopping now for those perfect holiday gifts and stocking stuffers for your 2020 holiday. [continue reading]