My favourites so far..

Hey there!

Since this is my 50th post, I thought I'd share my Top 10 photos from all of my blog posts.

If you're interested, click on the picture to read the original post.


French: Clafoutis..

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I returned to the farm where I picked strawberries some weeks ago to pick raspberries and huckleberries! (Check here)

Unfortunately I didn't take my camera there, so I would like to show you a great recipe.

This dessert is called "Clafoutis" and was invented in the country of our beloved neighbours - the French.

Ingredients (for a small casserole)

~ 250 g raspberries (any type of berries works)
~ 100 g flour
~ 80 g sugar
~ 3 organic eggs
~ 250 ml milk (I used soy milk)

1. Mix flour, sugar and eggs.

2. Add milk bit by bit and preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius or 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

3. Grease a small casserole and put the raspberries in as a base.

4. Pour the mixture over the raspberries (it's supposed to be slightly runny).

5. Put it in the oven for 30-40 minutes.



At the marina..

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Long time no post! But I'm back again.

With summer comes the great range of different activities.
Since a friend of mine (Anna-Karenita) owns a beautiful boat at the nearby marina, I have the amazing opportunity to spend time with her and other friends on it.

And now follows a small excerpt of the photos I took while I was there. They are mostly detail orientated since I only had my macro lens with me.

Thank you.

xx, Steph

Kiel Week..

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In the past few days (21st of June - 29th of June) the annual Kieler Woche (Kiel Week) was held in my city.

Originally the Kiel Week had mainly been a sailing championship but now offers many different activities for all age groups.

A highlight of the festival is also the great range of different meals which can be enjoyed either from the various food booths or the "International Village" near the Town Hall.

Each year there are many successful sailors coming to Kiel to either take part in the championship or to simply experience the maritime festival.

Thank you for reading!

xx, Steph