♥ PREP: 20 MINS ♥ TOTAL TIME: 2.5 HOURS ♥ SERVINGS: 10
Today I felt like sharing with all of you one of my favorite dessert recipes: the lemon charlotte recipe. Since I’m originally from a tropical country, cold desserts are something usual. What I like the most about the lemon charlotte recipe is that it is really easy to make and with a low budget. Also I like the fact that it is not excesively sweet (thanks to the lemons), and it is also super refreshing!Continue reading “Lemon Charlotte Recipe – Spring and Summer Desserts”
Hello everyone! When I was a little kid I must confess that the only time when I was involved at my parents’ kitchen was on Sunday Mornings to prepare homemade pancakes! It made me happy! …and it still does, a LOT! I consider myself a brunch lover and its whole concept, specially because it is a great opportunity to bring people together.
During my trip to Eindhoven at the beginning of January 2016, my sister and I where walking around the city center of Eindhoven trying to find a place where to have lunch. It was a Sunday, and for our luck, everything seemed to be closed. After walking for minutes, we found “Bar Bistro Calypso“.Continue reading “When in Eindhoven visit Bar Bistro Calypso”
Last December during my trip to Berlin I discovered a nice restaurant called “Zollpackhof”. During my research on Google, I thought: “It seems to be decent, and also the fact that they are serving German food was definitely a plus!”. I proposed to my friends to have dinner at this venue and they all agreed, of course, it was only 4 minutes walking! something that anyone will appreciate when the temperature is below 0.Continue reading “Zollpackhof “A Traditional German Food Venue in Berlin””
As a world citizen it is really important to learn how to say cheers in different languages, it is the perfect “ice breaker” for any international informal conversation, at least that’s what I think. As a curious person and maybe a bit annoying sometimes, I always like to ask everyone I meet from a different country how to say cheers or thank you in their native languages. Why? Simply because it is fun and it also enrich your vocabulary.Continue reading “How To Say “Cheers” in 30 Languages”