Vienna, Austria has this big market called the Naschmarkt. It has some small shops but for the most part it is all outdoor vendors selling fruits, vegetables, spices, sweets, tea, fish, meat and more!
Since it is the holidays, I tend to crave eggnog. I usually don’t need much – just a few sips or a small glass satisfies my craving. And when I say eggnog, I am talking about the kind you get from Publix
Our friends Lindsay and Leslie from Washington, DC are in Vienna this week. Ingo and Ina are friends with them, too, so we were all invited to Ingo and Ina’s house for another spectacular dinner!
It is fun learning about all of the different holidays in Austria. We started noticing a lot of restaurants with special menus posted on the door with a goose on the menu. Our German is not that great
Not long ago, we wrote about our adventures in Austrian dog food. Well, today we are going to talk about Austrian dog treats! There are no mass produced flour-full dog treats in Austria. All of the
Since arriving in Vienna, I have decided to try all of the croissants (and some other baked goods) I could find. I wanted to find the BEST. Well, they are all good. I should say they are all WAY better
Vienna is such a dog friendly city! We still aren’t used to it. We always ask, “Can we bring in our dog?” and they look at us like we are crazy for asking! In the US, they would look at you a much different
Have you seen these cookies?
Well if not, you won’t see them here either because they are delicious! These are made by the UTZ company which is based in Baltimore, MD so you may find them around
Our friends Ingo and Ina live in Vienna and when they heard we were coming to Vienna they invited us to their home for dinner. We knew they were good cooks – but this was like a Michelin starred restaurant
I knew I was going to miss Trader Joe’s when we arrived in Vienna. Trader Joe’s has the best salad dressings (Goddess is my favorite). I knew we would find perfectly good salad dressing in Vienna. Or
“Order What You Want, Eat What You Get.” Chris had said this to me before we left for Austria. And I didn’t realize it might be something we would laugh about so soon!
We have been cooking in our
I was sad to hear Arnold Palmer passed away back in September. Before he passed away, I had pre-ordered his recent memoir on Amazon and I was looking forward to hearing more fascinating
District Doughnut is our newest addition to our list of reasons to explore M Street in Georgetown, Washington DC. This place is fun and simple, they have unique and creative doughnuts and coffee. Everything
I am so ready for the fall! I haven\’t been camping in so long and I can\’t wait for the cooler weather so we can go camping and sleep at night. We tried camping in Jacksonville, Florida in July and
Look at these pretty clear glass patterned plates from Anthropologie!
And I love that they are from a Florida-based artist, Sheree Blum!
I am usually not a huge fan of Pottery Barn stuff – it is very traditional and I have modern taste. But the Easter catalog from Pottery Barn is always a different story – I love everything!
Wedding Cakes really are works of art. I love to see what bakers can do with them!
I saw this cake on Brides.com and fell in love with it!
Inspired by sexy snakeskin and glossy pearls, Kerry
This wedding cake was featured in New York Magazine and I love it! It is a subway themed wedding cake!
Subway Love Cake by Sweet Element
A few other awesome cakes also featured in the article because
I am a little sad that our fig season is over. We are really lucky that the critters have not found our tree (hopefully they never will!) and we have been enjoying lots of figs from our tree for the past
I saw these fun colorful straws featured in the May 2010 issue of Brides and I loved them! I love using straws – and good ones are hard to find. I did find some big fat ones that are great for boba tea