Lifestyle

For those who love Jägermeister, there may be a deeper dimension, unknown to many, for further enjoyment of that dark liqueur from the deep forest-green bottles. Yes, many enjoy it as a digestive or taken ice-cold seconds before a meal to make the first bite even more wonderful.
Indulging in street food is nowadays recognized as a perfectly respectable vacationer's pastime. But even when there’s not a food truck in sight, there's one treat that’s always a snap to get hold of.
One of our go-to meals on the weekend is a breakfast hash, using whatever veggies are in our fridge or in season. While hashes are great for brunch, this is also a very easy weeknight dinner and a great way to use up any odds and ends!
You’ve been committed to the gym for a while now and yet you still feel as if you’ve made little to no progress. While there are different variables that may be at fault, here are seven common mistakes people make in and outside the gym that you might also be making.
If there’s one kind of food that will get me buying a plane ticket to a new place, it’s dessert. And with these fried cheese-filled, donut-like beauties, you can bet I’m pulling out my passport and credit card for a trip to Romania—right after I make these, of course.
Collecting souvenirs is an important part of travelling for most people. But how do you avoid tacky figurines of famous landmarks? I found that the best way to get souvenirs that you actually like is to focus your search on a few themes.
I don’t think I am alone in slowly building a collection of wine corks, marked with logos and names of wineries in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia and elsewhere throughout Europe.
Before moving to Europe, I honestly cannot recall ever having eaten chestnuts, or for that matter, any dishes made with them. On a few occasions, I’ve bought those little bags of hot roasted chestnuts from street vendors, but their taste never quite equaled that of their enticing aroma.
A lot of people really dislike the month of March, but I dread January more. And January 2022 looks to be especially...January-esque. The holiday season is over, and with it goes the holiday spirit and cheer, blinking off like the Christmas lights around the neighborhood.
Need a fun spin on french toast? Look no further than this special recipe of S'mores French Toast! 
Ingredients 
6 slices of bread (I used French Toast Wonder bread) 
3 eggs 
1 tsp vanilla 
2 tsp cinnamon (or sprinkle per slice) 
"Flammkuchen," tarte flambée, doesn’t have to only be for festival seasons. In Kaiserslautern, you can eat this tasty, thin tarte flambée filled with crème fraiche, ham and cheese year-round at Flammkuche restaurant.
When a German friend first explained the “Kaffee und Kuchen” tradition, my eyes lit up like a child who first spots their birthday cake. He explained some of his fondest memories were having cake and coffee in a cafe with family every Sunday after church.
If you asked me five years ago if I’d care for a cup of tea, I would’ve scrunched my nose up and said: “No, thanks.” Back in the States, I’ve always loved going to Teavana and enjoyed smelling the tea leaves and admiring the cute teapots on display, but I couldn’t ever bring myself to actually en
Skip the extra step of having to slave over the stove and save yourself some time with three easy slow cooker recipes. The kids will love these meals. They might even love you more if you took them to the pool with all the time you’re going to save.
We may have started the year with the best intentions, such as eating healthier and working out more; however, the reality of multiple lockdowns, shuttered fitness centers, and “Tiger King” quickly put the kibosh on those goals.
If you're wary about ordering out or have (re)discovered the delights of your own kitchen, you may be happy to learn making Käsespätzle isn’t so hard.