Tender at the Bone – Continued

A Spanish bistro in the heart of the city, in a house individually shaped through history since 1930, with murals depicting a fairy tale from the founder of modern Russian literature, Alexander Pushkin, with just enough seating that the Chef can greet every guest personally and still cook their meals – with a careful selected …

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Greetings from the Oberlausitz

Last Saturday, we scheduled our spring house cleaning. As we are all from different parts of Germany, I decided to make a special dish from the region where I was born, the Oberlausitz . Quark-Keulchen What does it mean? Quark [qvark] after Wikipedia “is a type of fresh cheese of Central European origin. Dictionaries usually …

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