For wine drinkers, one of the joys of the German lifestyle is the chance to sample some of the world’s best whites. But not every occasion calls for a Riesling, the country’s undisputed king of grapes.
If you would like to give your mom a handmade card that is made with love and designed just for her, follow this tutorial. The card is easy to make and doesn’t require expensive materials or special supplies.
If you shop on the German economy, you may have noticed the “Bio” symbol on some products. This label simply means that the product is organic. Some farmers in Germany started using organic style agricultural method in the late-1920s.
It’s a beautiful day in the city. You’re walking on the sidewalk and approach an intersection with a handful of people waiting for the pedestrian light to turn green. As you look right and left, there’s a nary a vehicle to be found.
Tasting unique, one-of-a-kind regional food is one of my favorite things about moving to a new assignment. You can discover amazing, authentic flavors that you may not have otherwise tried. Burnt ends in Kansas City? Yes, thanks. Loco mocos and malasadas in Hawaii? Check.
From a freshly brewed cup of coffee to a vase full of beautiful blooms, there are plenty of simple things in life which bring us joy. However, let’s be honest for a second. Sometimes those little bundles of happiness can be a bit quirky.
For a late-night snack, quick lunch or delicious dinner, there’s no wrong time to eat the fan-favorite Döner! The Döner kebab has quickly become one of Germany’s favorite fast foods, second to perhaps only the bratwurst or currywurst.
Every year on April 22, we celebrate earth day as a way to show our support for the environment and its protection. One of the ways we can help is to recycle! Here are some fun ways to reuse that newspaper once you are done catching up on the latest.