Archive for the 'other' Category
Digital meets Print Digital meets Print Mar
20th,
2006
Not so long ago we received an invitation by GRÄFE UND UNZER (publishing house) to join a book lauch event in the center of Munich. GRÄFE UND UNZER, in case you haven’t heard of them before, have been market leader for cookbooks in Germany for over thirty years now – always known for down to earth, comprehensible and no-fuss cookbooks.
31536000 seconds online d:d is turning one! Mar
6th,
2006
…or a fully year. Cool. But it would have been only half the fun without you! So first off, I’d like to Thank You for being part of delicious:days, for all of your comments, suggestions and corrections!
My musical self - A food blog going astray... Music, Music & more Music Feb
28th,
2006
…or maybe not? At any rate, I haven’t been paying due attention to the music part of my tagline. Can’t believe I have been neglecting something that is so dear to my heart: Ever since my coming out I’ve been a known as a cookbook addict, but my spending habits concerning CD’s is probably just as bad!?
Bob Ross Brunch Mini Pizza Feb
23rd,
2006
Sure, his pieces aren’t everyone’s cup of tea (you certainly wouldn’t find one in our apartment). However, what surely can’t be argued about is the fact that Mr. Ross was one of a kind character on public television who…
The secret of life is... Tomato Tartlet Feb
13th,
2006
…butter! With this line, the movie had already made up for a few over-the-top stereotypical peculiarities. The flick “Last Holiday” (silly title, who was the genius?) we got…
Euro-Blogging By Post no.3 Euro-Blogging By Post no.3 Jan
22nd,
2006
I don’t like the German postal service, it’s even fair to say that I despise it. How can they so consistently and successfully press my buttons so well? Everything they could possibly do wrong or even wreck, they have accomplished over the last years that we have been living in Munich.
Desserts - tuned for winter Desserts - tuned for winter Jan
5th,
2006
Sometimes there is nothing better than grabbing a cup of tea and browsing the tons of cookbooks, the numerous recipes stored on my pc or going through my rather chaotic recipe box…
Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Jan
1st,
2006
Still a few months short of our blog anniversary, but entering a new calendar year, O. and I wanted to sincerely thank all of you, our dear readers, for your seasonal greetings, New Year wishes and general feedback.
Late night culinary entertainment Monkfish on Wild Rocket Dec
20th,
2005
Feeling a bit under the weather lately – the weather forecast was pretty much right on with forecasting a last minute white Christmas or in other words: it’s been cold, cold, cold – I spent Friday night…
Having a grand time Dec
5th,
2005
O. and I share the same view on a lot of things, when it comes to planning events, however, we apparently have diamtrically opposed takes on how to plan and organize; on the cooking and doing end, we’re again on the same page.
A day late... Belated TG Dinner Nov
27th,
2005
16 friends from 8 nations sharing the passion for great food and all set to indulge themselves in a night of fun and laughter and of course glorious food. Ok, the timing…
KOCHGEFLÜSTER - cooking whispers 2005 KOCHGEFLÜSTER Nov
20th,
2005
Anyway, someone must have thought of something when he or she named this years inaugural culinary event on the Praterinsel between Haidhausen & Lehel.
PSFK asking delicious questions PSFK Nov
8th,
2005
For those who are interested in a little more background on this blog, delicious:days got interviewed by PSFK Global Trends Collaborative.
Josef In Love Josef In Love Nov
5th,
2005
Here is a quick update to Josef. You might have seen Andreas’ (the actual owner of Josef) comment on…
The Kitchen The Kitchen Oct
30th,
2005
The kitchen – if nothing else, it definitely tells, if you’re having fun in your kitchen and treasure the act of cooking!