Yesterday was the first advent, it’s officially Christmas season! It’s the time we have to go through awkward company Christmas parties, but furthermore the time to invite family and friends and be jolly or whatever vodka does to you. For that reason I had been making infused vodka like a maniac lately.
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by Eva Felis on November 21, 2013
Lately on a girls night out… that’s pushing it a bit, it was a weeknight and nothing about it said party at all, rather catching up with long missed friends, good talks and nice food. But there had been a cocktail, that left a strong impression on me and it wasn’t even mine. I tried Weiterlesen
by Eva Felis on August 24, 2013
This is the story of not just one, actually two ugly ducklings. But let’s start at the beginning.
Look up and down, left and right… This is not eye aerobic, but knock yourself out if you like it. Can you see it? Drum roll! New design! I figured out it was about time for an update Weiterlesen
by Eva Felis on November 22, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving guys! I hope you all have a great day. My day started with morning coffee in my bed, the sun was shining and I had this comforting certainty for once not to hurry through the day. I had this flourless chocolate cake with cranberries for breakfast and just wasted the day, read some Weiterlesen
by Eva Felis on November 17, 2012
I never got the right understanding about cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. We never connected well. Come on it’s a berry! Although I would never put a raw cranberry in my mouth (never again, I learned it the hard way) I consider a cranberry as something sweet or at least in the category for sweet stuff. Weiterlesen
by Eva Felis on December 16, 2011
The December in Germany is a very special month, it is a time full of Christmas market visits, there you meet friends for one or actually some more cups of hot Gluehwein (mulled wine). For 24 days we open a small package from our Advent calendar and the four weeks before Christmas we have a Weiterlesen
by Eva Felis on November 21, 2011
The week before Thanksgiving is a very busy time especially for cooks and hosts, there are cookbooks to study, recipes to choose, shopping lists to write and someone has to go to the grocery to buy all the ingredients. A lot of work but totally worth. Let’s be honest for me as a German these Weiterlesen