Waitress Problems: Vague Customers

Originally posted on Break Room Stories:
Don’t be vague. When you say, “I want a beer,” and I ask you what kind, don’t just say “the good kind.” I don’t know if you…

Paris: Moutarde Street

After trying out an eclectic selection of Parisian restaurants ranging from Indian to typical Parisian bistro, we decided to catch a burger on our last day in town, at American style bistro Moutarde… Continue reading

Friday Foodie Finds: Kanelbullar (Swedish Cinnamon Buns)

Earlier this summer, we took a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark and Oslo, Norway, with a day trip via train into Lund, Sweden. While in Lund, we stopped at a bakery to grab some… Continue reading

Dining Out: 6 simple hints to entertain your little one

We love all kinds of food and when time and budget allows, check out new places or visit family favorites. Sometimes we purposely seek out child-friendly places which lucky for us, there are… Continue reading

Vaux Cuvée Vaux Brut and Strawberries: Not too dry, not too sweet

The other day was incredibly warm in Mainz. I was impatient and decided to experiment with frozen strawberries in lieu of fully chilling a bottle of Vaux Cuvée Vaux brut from nearby Eltville.… Continue reading

Travel Theme: Sweet

Thanks to Ailsa at Where’s my backpack for this awesome post idea for this week! Rather than focus on my sweet tooth, I decided to focus on the travel part of the theme.  When… Continue reading

Ribeauville, France: Le Clos Saint Vincent

Off the beaten path We recently traveled to lovely little Ribeauville in the Alsatian region of France. Thanks to my wicked online research skills, limited trip time and a small yet specific list… Continue reading

Kreuzberg, Berlin, a lively foodie paradise…

Nearly a month ago, we headed to Berlin for a long weekend trip. It was “work” for me, holiday for the family. I enjoyed myself at the Hive blogger conference, which I posted… Continue reading