Archiv autora: Michaela

Wild Park Gangelt and Adeline’s 2nd Birthday

Spring is here and nature started to wake up a few weeks ago, trees are blossoming, first flowers are appearing and birds are singing. And for the second time in this wonderful time of the year, we celebrated the most beautiful day in our lives. For me…

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Blood Orange Bundt Cake

I baked this bundt cake in the middle of the blood orange season but I am a bit late sharing the recipe here with you, so I do hope you can still find them now. And if not, save this recipe for next year, you will not regret it as…
Příspěvek Bloo…

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Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta

Wow, it’s been some time since I’ve posted a recipe here. We have been enjoying autumn and winter, eating together in the evening and so somehow I never managed to shoot a recipe during daylight. I still have many recipes in my notebook tha…

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Israel Travelogue – Part I

This is my first guest post on the blog! It was actually written by my dad who fell in love with Israel. It is about his first travel to this country which fascinated him so much that he had to come back several times (once also as a tour guide),&#8230…

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Schaloen Castle and Autumn Walk in the Neighborhood

With the current situation that doesn’t allow us to travel or visit cities, we are enjoying nice walks in the gorgeous autumn nature. We already did some nice walks in the forests around where we live, in the Belgian Limburg. And in the beginning…

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One Year in Our New Home (Part II): Finished Projects

In the last post, I told you everything about how we found our house, the decision to leave Brussels, the move and our first days, weeks and months in our new home. Today I will tell you about projects that have been finished so far. In terms of settli…

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Dutch Apple Pie

Once the summer is gone, I always look forward to the early autumn days when the fresh garden apples are ready to be picked up. It always makes this seasonal transition less painful. Besides juicy fresh apples, I love to use them in  baking pies a…

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Thorn, the White Town

Have you ever heard of Thorn? It is a little pretty town located in the region of Limburg in the South of the Netherlands, just over the border with Belgium and Germany. For the country it’s quite an unusual town – nearly all the houses and…

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Hiking in the Cocora Valley National Park

Last week, I wrote about Salento and visiting a coffee farm and today I will tell you about the other day we spent in Cocora Valley. I´d say, hiking in the Cocora Valley National Park is a MUST DO activity when you are in the region! A stunning natural…

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Spiced Blueberry Jam with Pinot Noir

If you like blueberries but you are tired of the classic jams, you need to try this one! Blueberry Jam with Pinot Noir, cinnamon, allspice, and star anise is a little pleasure in a jar that will make you happy every breakfast you eat it. Blueberries ar…

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Czech Blueberry Cake with Crumble Topping

Every summer, I look forward to spending a few days at the cottage of my grandparents in the Central Bohemia/Slapy region. It is surrounded by forests and an amazing wavy landscape. We often spend most of the day by the river having a good swim and fun…

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Adeline’s First Birthday Cake

Time flies! I cannot believe that it has been already one year since our little Adeline was born! We were first planning to celebrate her birthday just in the family circle and then we were even thinking to make it bigger and invite also friends. In th…

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Postcards from Machu Picchu

As the current situation does not allow us to travel, I have dug in my external disk and traveled at least through sorting my old pictures. After 4 years, I get back to Peru and will take you to Machu Picchu today. This was not only one of the top&#823…

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