Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Food and Drink’

Taking a bit of a break (on adventure). Here´s a clue – we will eat 12 grapes at midnight. Here´s wishing you a happy new year! Out with the old and in with the new in 2011! Back soon…

Share

Read Full Post »

Today is Thanksgiving in the US (and Canada), and we are celebrating here. It is a holiday of family and friends coming together to enjoy each other’s company and to give thanks for our blessings. Traditional foods include roast turkey, stuffing (aka dressing if baked outside the bird), mashed potatoes and gravy, and pumpkin pie. […]

Share

Read Full Post »

Since arriving here, there has been so much change in my life. So much that is new and different. It’s no wonder I keep a running list in my mind of things that never cease to amaze or delight me. And those things I miss. I’m sure I’m not the only one who does this. What […]

Share

Read Full Post »

If you didn’t happen to see it, my last post talked about how we expats can be some serious pumpkin junkies.  And while I have solved the pumpkin/pumpkin pie spice dilemma, finding the requisite turkey is an entirely different matter. What I have learned is that I cannot just waltz down to my local Albert Heijn grocery store and pick […]

Share

Read Full Post »

‘You know you’re an expat when you win two cans of pumpkin and you are excited!’, a friend posted yesterday on Facebook. And you know what? She is exactly right. Her post triggered an avalanche of responses from kindred spirits. Comments flew back and forth about the paucity of pumpkin, what we’d make with it, where […]

Share

Read Full Post »

WordPress SEO fine-tune by Meta SEO Pack from Poradnik Webmastera