Tag: cuisine

  • A Walk in Nuremberg

    A Walk in Nuremberg

    Nuremberg, the historical first city of Franconia region Germany offers a visitor delightful views. I spent a day walking around the old city acquainting myself to a relaxing vibe along the city walls and riverfront. I liked the shopping district, of course, a mixture of small brands and big stores. While, Strolling around I walked […]

  • My Yearly Usedom Recharge

    My Yearly Usedom Recharge

    I took my annual trip to Usedom. A mixture of clouds, cold, rain and sun made this tour a guessing game. For me it, walking along the long quiet empty beach for me is a mental battery charge.

  • My Mother Made It

    My Mother Made It

    A new series based on my cuisine experiences in Italy. The title comes from a conversation about who prepares the food in the kitchen. The guy replied, “My Mother Made It”. I had no more to say. Of course pasta plays a role in the story. How much?

  • 7 Days 7 Restaurants

    I think the one occasion many of us during the lockdowns is the ability to go out for dinner. Let’s keep hope alive. When this is all over start the celebrations. Everyone should plan today for the day of the liftings. Make a list of seven restaurants, then go a different one every night.

  • Art de Vivre

    Art de Vivre

    Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussmann is famous the world over for offering unique experiences to shoppers. The 65.000 square meter department store located in the center of Paris is a delight for the fashion senses with selections ranging from luxury to affordable. Black and Paper received a guided tour of the store before the Christmas […]