Easy and fast to make. Can be filled also with meat, fish or other vegetable.
In the Middle Ages, gingerbread was only available in pharmacies and monasteries. Honey was the only sweet available and with medicinal herb juices baked, the gingerbread was considered a speciality, which one did not eat frequently. The typical spices came a little later, when e.g. cinnamon and pimento came over from the Orient.
…popular in Japan as Gyoza and in Korea as Mandu. It’s similar to Maultaschen in Germany, Piroggen in eastern Europe and Pelmeni from Russia.
Today you get three recipes for fabulous spreads and one for marinated Feta cheese. You need a little more money for 200g cream cheese (Philadelphia) and 200g feta, but at the end you get a large amount that will be enough for three to four days for dinner. Add some freshly baked bread, cucumber and tomatoes - delicious!
Pretzels can easily be made by yourself with this recipe: Ingredients: 500g flour, 1 packet dry yeast, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon salt, 1/4 litre warm water 3-4 litres of water and 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda When you have, coarse salt to sprinkle on the pretzels Mix 100g flour with yeast, sugar, add 100... Continue Reading →
Ingredients: 300g Spelt flour 200g Wheat flour 50g Wholemeal oat flakes 50g Sunflower seeds 50g Pumpkin seeds 50g Sesame seeds 2 Spoons flax seed 2 Teaspoons salt 500g fresh sourdough (or 200 g fast sourdough and 300 ml warm Water) Warm water Preparation: Grease a box mould or line it with baking paper. Now you... Continue Reading →
You can also prepare a very fast sourdough simply with 1 cube of fresh yeast or a packet of dry yeast, 200 g rye flour, 200 ml warm water, leave at room temperature for 24 hours (only cover with a kitchen towel).
Comparison of general costs between Singapore, Germany and Denmark. I compare also the prices of different markets in Singapore. Then it’s easy to see, the shopping place plays a significant role. Comparison of food from different supermarkets:
Take a break from your everyday life and make right now a lovely, awsome and amazing sightseeing trip with me on bus line 32. I have no idea what great words I am writing as headlines for my upcoming article for bus line 14, but for bus line 32 every word is meant honestly.
The Core Central Region today also includes Marina Central, Bayfront, City Hall and Bugis as well as Sentosa. The entire area, i.e. the Core Central Region with the CBD/Central Area and Sentosa, still comprises a total of 11 areas.
The typical Peranakan houses are mostly colorful, artfully decorated and have decorative tiles. The most beautiful and probably most photographed Peranakan houses are in Katong, in the Koon Seng Road (right of the Joo Chiat). Come with Bus 32 (Exit opp Roxy Sq on East Cost Road) and then walk in the Joo Chiat…
Singapore's past is marked by many stories and legends. Which of these is the real, genuine story of its origin can certainly not be proven beyond doubt. But that's probably not that important either. The nice thing about stories is that they are comprehensible and exciting. And that's why I wrote a logical one for myself out of all the stories, legends and myths. If she is right in the end doesn't matter if you like her 😉. I have selected a few videos that fit very well to this article. They conjure up pictures in your head where my lines can't do that 😊.
After visiting the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial in Taipei, I really wonder how serious Taiwan is about its demarcation from China. The site is monstrous, the cult around this dictator, who died in 1975, cannot be overlooked. The National Theatre Hall and Concert Hall stand on the left and right sides of the square in... Continue Reading →
There are Taoist temples in Taipei, which are mostly magnificent and colorful, and Confucian temples, which are rather simple, colorless and with clear forms. The Longshan Temple is the oldest Taoist temple here. It has its own MRT stop and cannot be missed. You will be guided "elegantly" through a (souvenir) market 😉. Here you... Continue Reading →
The MRI works without any problems and besides the Chinese characters, there are also Latin letters to recognize where you are going. Here are the Taiwan Tour Buses with which you can get cheaply to sights in the country.
Here you can find hip and crazy things at every corner. You'll find shops they look like Japanese shops and manga comics. Besides the toilet restaurant you can also find penis cake. The Penis Cakes is with peanut butter and coated with chocolate 😉.
In Taipei there is very tasty food. Usual food you know from China. Steamed or fried dumplings, for example. Also Japanese influences are strongly represented here and everywhere there is Sushi and Ramen. Bubble tea was invented in Taiwan in the 1980s and is available at every corner. Fish and other seafood are on the... Continue Reading →
The tower 101 was designed according to a very strong symbolism, which ironically is absolutely Chinese. But what do I know 😉 The outer facade looks like a bamboo, of course Yin and Yang and Feng Shui were included. The lucky number 8 can be found in the number of floor segments and Ruyi, the well-known lucky symbol of the Chinese is attached outside.
If you drop by from Singapore, you'll probably be shocked. So it was definitely me. It looks like twenty years back at first - I remember my time in Beijing well. Almost everything in Chinese characters, which I don't know, but luckily I can speak some Chinese today...
If you're looking for fresh eggs in Singapore (in any shop), you'll probably read the best advertising slogans on the packaging first. There's nothing here that doesn't exist - at least that's what it seems. Eggs with Omega 3 and eggs with Omega 6 (really now?), eggs with Vitamin D, low cholesterol, with Selenium, Pasteurized, Carrot Eggs, Corn and Soya Eggs or First Born Eggs…
Three days in Taipei and extreme heat, heavy rain and an earthquake... 08.08.2019: The quake struck at 5.28am at a depth of 10km in northeastern Yilan county. The Magnitude was 5.9. In Taipei around 4 Magnitude. I was in deep sleep and by the time I was really awake it was all over. The only... Continue Reading →
After my visit of the 101 Tower in Taipei I was confronted with the topic of persecution because of religious affiliation - Falun Gong or Falun Dafa. A harmless moralizing and spiritual belief with parts from Buddhism and Taoism mixed with Qigong exercises.
The days of shepherds and brickmakers are long gone. You'll think it's the past while you walk through this historic neighborhood.
But not only the mosque enchants with its colours. Indie boutiques, restored shophouses and street art at many corners are impressive photo spots. The textile shops, carpet shops, leather shops, basket shops and restaurants will surely fascinate you as well.
I don't know if it's my husband's German culture, but no matter where and how long we've been somewhere, there always has to be something repair or optimized. Even in a service apartment… But where can you find a DIY Hardware store in Singapore and is this also called a DIY store here?
Until 1961 there were houses in Chinatown in Sago Lane 硕莪街 for the dying relatives. This had less to do with the cramped conditions of the more generational families than with the fact that people were afraid of ghosts...
Don't look away! Then the problem becomes really bad. Why this disgusting contribution? Because I think that on the one hand it serves the health to know dangers and on the other hand, because less and less people know what to do to protect themselves. Or how you can get rid of them.
I read and hear often that there are hardly any houses left in the former colonial style. I don't know in which city such people walked around, it wasn't Singapore ;-).
The entire nature reserve was formerly known as Pasir Panjang Beach. The history of the park is very exciting and interesting. Admiral Sir Henry Keppel fought here successfully 1842 against the pirates, which attacked merchant ships again and again.
In Singapore you can eat expensive food, but you can also cook cheap. Besides Nasi Goreng (fried rice) I have another great idea here. Nearly that cheap.
Nasi Goreng for 4 persons for 5,41 SGD
The basic recipe is one of the cheapest and most balanced foods I know.
Since the foundation of Singapore in 1819, the Singapore River has been a trading centre. During colonial times, Boat Quay (in Front of CBD) became the trading centre. This is where the vessels arrived to bring their goods upstream to the warehouses at Clarke Quay. But also dozens of passenger ships crowded around an anchorage... Continue Reading →
The mountain is 48 meters high and escalators were built so that visitors can get from the street "up" into the park. That sounds so crazy to us who came from the Alps.
If you take bus 14 to NTUC Income Ctr/Bras Basah Rd, go down Victoria Street, past the Cathedral of the good Shepherd and turn right into Stamford Rd until you turn left into Armenische Straße. Here are many photo Motives.
At first glance everything seems super clean here. Singapore seems to do a lot for the environment and also the locals are encouraged to avoid plastic for example. But does this happen in practice? It's hard to say. Personally, I think it's still a bit too much of an "alibi" environmental awareness. You'll notice that... Continue Reading →
The word "lah" is appended everywhere and means nothing at all. It is similar to the word "gell" in German. "Aiyoh" is used as an exclamation when you are astonished about something negative. "Siao" simply means crazy. "Wah lau eh" is an exclamation when you can't believe something or are shocked.
Laws in Singapore are strict. There is also a point System (12 pt). Only a few offences are enough and you're a pedestrian. If you still want to drive a vehicle, you must have a valid driving licence. Rules for Foreigners in Singapore:Those who do not stay longer than six months in Singapore can drive with... Continue Reading →
Living in Singapore can be expensive, cheap or a mixture of both. This has to do with quality, but also with where and what you buy.