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Christmas in Wiesbaden

The Glühwein began flowing in Wiesbaden on Tuesday when the city kicked off the annual Christmas Market. The market always opens with fireworks in the city center on the first day. This time of year, we go to the Christmas … Continue reading

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Restaurant Jellyfish – Hamburg

The fact that I’m considering making the five-hour train ride back to Hamburg JUST to go to Jellyfish should tell you something.  This tiny, simply decorated place turned out to serve the most perfectly satisfying meal I’ve had in Germany!  … Continue reading

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Hamburg, Germany

When Kate mentioned a quick weekend trip to Hamburg over Columbus Day weekend, I joined in wholeheartedly.  I didn’t know much about Hamburg.  I knew that it was a port city and that the Beatles had performed there a lot before … Continue reading

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10 Euro Well Spent

I think I’m getting used to the idea of taking a little time off.  I have a mile long list of things I want to accomplish on this “sabbatical.”  The list of books I want to read, projects to complete … Continue reading

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Gruyère, Yes Like the Cheese!

On the way back from our trip to Sion, Si suggested we stop in Gruyère to sample some of her favorite cheese.  It’s a tiny medieval town, the origin of Gruyère cheese and some say it is the best place … Continue reading

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Our Anniversary in London

Ryan had to go to England so we squeezed in a trip to London for our anniversary.  We hadn’t planned anything other than seeing a show.  We had wanted to see Jersey Boys since our engagement weekend in NYC a … Continue reading

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Vienna, Austria

We went to Vienna for the masked ball (below) but there was so much more to Vienna.   I didn’t realize just how eventful this trip was until writing this post The first thing we did upon arrival in Vienna was … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving in Athens, Greece

Planning our Thanksgiving trip for this year, I noticed Thanksgiving 2011 was still in draft!   We’re playing catch up on some older trips now.   I know I’m just awful at keeping up with this. We decided to spend Thanksgiving 2011 … Continue reading

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Woodberry Kitchen Gluten Free Review

There isn’t one thing I don’t absolutely love about this place.  The concept of the restaurant is based on using sustainable, local agriculture and reclamation.  Even the space is recycled.  The restaurant is located in the beautiful circa 1870 Foundry Building with … Continue reading

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Meet 27 and Sweet 27

This is my first restaurant review post so let me start with why I’m writing it.  It’s simple.  I’m writing this review because I benefit from so many bloggers who write gluten free reviews and I wanted to share my … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Baltimore

Last week was our first trip back to the States since I learned of my gluten allergy (our first visit in over 10 months!).  I always worry about what I’ll find when we travel.  This trip turned out to be … Continue reading

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Istanbul, Turkey for Ryan’s Birthday – Part 1

I know this is really over-due.  I’m sorry! About six weeks after I presented Ryan with his trip by wowing him with dancing skills and filling his belly with delicious traditional Turkish food, we were off to Istanbul! Istanbul is … Continue reading

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Thoughtful…

That’s my husband.  Last summer, when I learned that I had an issue with gluten, neither of us knew anything about it.  We didn’t know what gluten was or where it was found.  We read and researched for weeks.  We … Continue reading

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Gluten-Freedom

“You will feel like you have the flu.”  That is the best description a doctor has ever given me for a Hashimoto’s flare up.  Before I heard that, I just always thought I was crazy.  Now I know that sick … Continue reading

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Bucket List – A Work in Progress

Those who know me, know that I like lists. That might be an understatement since a co-worker recently had to go through some of my old notes when my box was sent to her by mistake and she told me … Continue reading

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Baden Baden

This is the Friedrichsbad bath house, the primary reason for visiting Baden Baden.  We’ve thought about taking a drive to the Black Forrest for a while and we’re so glad we finally got around to it even if it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Christmas in Paradise – Part 3

A couple of days before Christmas, Ryan’s mother, Joelle very thoughtfully planned a family party to introduce Danette to the family and allow Ryan some time to reconnect with aunts, uncles and lots of cousins he hadn’t seen for a … Continue reading

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Healthy French Toast Topped with “Ice Cream”

Brunch doesn’t get better than this! About a month ago, I was reading about “ice cream” topped French toast.  It linked to this deceptively delicious, almost magic little treat, banana ice cream (The original recipe).  Since then, the lady at … Continue reading

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Chia Seed Chocolate Pudding

I found this recipe while looking for more ways to use chia seeds, which we love. It couldn’t be easier to make.  It is super low in calories, fat and it’s delicious.  I found the recipe on Food Doodles, a … Continue reading

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Wiesbaden Ostermarkt

Every year, in the weeks before Easter, German towns host their Ostermarkt (Easter Market).  Today we ventured right outside our door to go to the Wiesbaden Ostermarkt.  This market is held along Kirchgasse, the main shopping walkplatz (pedestrian zone) in … Continue reading

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