Rhubarb Cake

Rhubarb Cake

  Today I want to share my special German recipe for “Eierschecke” with you. You’ve got to try it to believe it; this cake is pure heaven in your mouth. You will just keep eating piece after piece.      What you will need:   1 kg (2 lbs) fresh Rhubarb 350 ml (1 1/2) … Read more

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Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit

This surprisingly different fruit has become a favorite in our household. I’ve always read how extremely rich it is in vitamins A & C, fiber, potassium, beta-carotene, and iron so when I saw it in my grocery store a year ago, I quickly purchased it. Major Benefits from the Passion Fruit Passion fruit might be … Read more

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How to Make Easter Egg Ornaments

How to Make Easter Egg Ornaments

 In Germany and Austria, it’s customary to celebrate Easter by hanging decorated Easter eggs from the branches of trees or bushes. The picture, left, is from Saalfeld, Germany (Deutschland), and holds 10,000 decorated Easter Eggs.   While living in Germany, my German mother-in-law used to give us handmade Easter Egg ornaments and an “Easter Tree” to … Read more

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Walking Barefoot on Grass

Walking Barefoot on Grass

I think as parents, we always look forward to and enjoy the “typical” milestones such as sitting up, walking, and the first day of school. However, there are so many other milestones that we sometimes forget to focus on and take in. I experienced one of these moments with my son the other day. He … Read more

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