I was in such a hurry when I prepublished all these posts about Europe last week (on my way out the door to Haiti) that I somehow forgot the fourth installment about Germany. Still too tired/emotional/pensive to
The tomatoes are shriveled red orbs that roll and bounce against their green plastic cage when I pull them from the back corner of the refrigerator. I’d had high hopes for those tomatoes back when they were fat and wrinkle-free.
Those are tossed.
(Blogger won’t take my pictures today … but I’ll keep trying)
I will take you to Buchenwald, I really will. And a walk through the Ann Frank House in downtown Amsterdam. But those tellings will only come when
I thought I’d make brownies for Dave, but it meant getting a little creative. I couldn’t find unsweetened baking cocoa at Edeka, but I knew that with a little finagling, I could reduce the butter and substitute for unsweetened baking chocolate.
Today I’ve got a handful of interesting facts to share with you. Mind you, I’ve learned all of this while on a simple quest to buy the ingredients to make cookies. Our apartment has a full-but-tiny kitchen, and I thought I’d make
Jumping ahead again … but I’ll fill in the gaps eventually.
These are pictures of the train station in Frankfurt, Germany. It’s still a mystery to me how we made it from the airplane down to this platform, because between us, we know