Instead of focusing on how exhausting my life is right now, I’ve found something that energizes me! Sadly, my new hobby doesn’t help me get my house cleaned, but it has put me into the kitchen a little more often – or at least dreaming about cooking and baking!
My new German blog isn’t all about cooking – it is so much more! But I do share a recipe at least weekly. So far, I’ve share my favorite Apfelkuchen (which I made just last weekend for my in-laws), a simple chicken schnitzel (which I tried last night), and now I am looking forward to doing some holiday baking. The first Christmas cookie recipe I shared is Vanillekipferl, which are crescent-shaped almond/vanilla cookies. Those will be made this weekend with my girls (if I can find some vanilla sugar at the grocery store. You can make your own vanilla sugar, but it takes about 2 weeks for it to really get flavorful).
All my German recipes can be found under the label “Leckerbissen” which is featured on the side bar under Favorite Topics. There’s also a recipe right now for an Old World Dinner that features sauerkraut, sausage, potatoes, and bacon. It is made in the crockpot and can feed a crowd.
So, even if you aren’t interested in Germany, speaking German, or my German articles, check out the FOOD. We all like food, right? No matter what nationality!