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Find out what Places you should visit in Alsace and Why!

Find out what Places you should visit in Alsace and Why! This year I made myself the real French Christmas experience, left my Polish traditions just this one year to discover what France has to offer for Christmas. And I Continue reading The post Fi...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Jul 28, 2016

Find out why Alsace is such a unique part of France

Find out why Alsace is such a unique part of France It is very unique indeed! I have been there, I have seen it and I can confirm. But this is not all, I can prove and show you why! Continue reading The post Find out why Alsace is such a unique part...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Jul 21, 2016

Domaine Haegi Riesling Grand Cru Zotzenberg 2013

Aún pitan levemente mis oídos después de un vuelo a Alemania, mejor decir Baviera, con el que busqué una pequeña desconexión del blog ; no suelo estar acostumbrado a estar rodeado de gente que adora mas al dios de la cerveza que al bueno de Dio...
by Bodega Ateneo on Jul 5, 2016

10 Top Reasons on Why You Have to Visit Strasbourg!

10 Top Reasons on Why You Have to Visit Strasbourg! As I promised I am coming back to Strasbourg which is a place that deserves much more space to be properly described! I can bet you have heard of it Continue reading The post 10 Top Reasons on Why Y...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Jul 1, 2016

Alsatian Style Cheese Salad: Salade de Fromage Alsacienne

BrightonYourHealth - Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time. The French main meal is le dejeuner, midday lunch. Here’s a French style cheese salad recipe from Alsace region, a perfect bring to work healthy lunch idea. Alsatian Styl...
by brightonyourhealth on Apr 23, 2016

Two Countries, One Trip: How to See More on Your Next Vacation

Even if you're not the kind of traveler who wants to check off as many destinations as possible in a week-long vacation, you might get restless staying in one place for that long. With some cities, you not only have the option of visiting another reg...
by Viator Travel Blog on Feb 24, 2016

Cèpes à la strasbourgeoise

Cèpes à la strasbourgeoise simple pour cuisiner vos cèpes  Ingrédients :  500 g de cèpes ; 2 ou 3 tomates ; 1 oignon ; 2 gousses d'ail ; 1 ou 2 feuilles de laurier ; 1 brin de romarin ;...
by les pieds sous la table ! on Oct 4, 2015

A Day in Colmar, France

The Fishmonger's District, ColmarThis day began with pouring rain. I headed into Selestat, a short drive from Orschwiller, to the train station and took a short ride to the city of Colmar. By the time I got there the rain had subsided for the most pa...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 23, 2015

Alsace, France: White Stork Reintroduction Center, Hunawihr

Just outside the town of Hunawihr sits the Stork reintroduction center. The white stork is a symbol of the Alsace region but by the 1960's they had all but disappeared from the region. Slowly, the white stork is taking up its rightful place on top of...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 19, 2015

Alsace, France: Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg

Chateau du Haut-KoenigsbourgMy second day in the Alsace region found me zooming up the foothills of the Vosges to explore Haut-Koenigsbourg castle.The castle dates to the 12th century and stands over 700 meters above sea level. It once guarded mediev...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 15, 2015

Alsace, France: Orschwiller and Beyond

Heading into Orshwiller. The place where I stayed is located a short way up the road on the right.On a sunny Friday afternoon I drove out of Basel, Switzerland into the Alsace region of France for a long weekend. I'd been to this region of France man...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 12, 2015

Strasbourg, France

Last August, I was asked to go to Strasbourg for work for a day. I love the city of Strasbourg in France and although I've been there for a couple of times now there's still so much for me to explore. And of course, it's always a pleasure to rev...
by Dinner at Six Thirty on Mar 6, 2015

Choucroute traditionnelle à la bière

Choucroute traditionnelle à la bière Temps de préparation : 45 min.Temps de cuisson : 4 hpour 6 à 8 personnesIngrédients :- 1 kg de chou cru- 1 palette fumée crue- 2 oignons- graisse de canard ou d'oie (à défaut de l'huile d'arachide)- 1...
by les pieds sous la table ! on Mar 5, 2015

crêpe alsacienne ou Eierkuchen

crêpe alsacienne ( ou Eierkuchen )la crèpe un peu épaisse et servie avec une salade verteingrédients- 6 oeufs- 350 g de farine-  50 cl de lait cru entier- 50 g de beurre- 1 cuil à café de sel- 1 pincée de noix de muscade préparation...
by les pieds sous la table ! on Jan 25, 2015

Shlomit Abel. Interview exclusive avec la Sioniste la plus engagée aux côtés des Africains

Propos recueillis par Jean-Marc Soboth _____________________________________________________________________________ Côte d’Ivoire, franc Cfa, nucléaire, OTAN, Françafrique, etc. Alsacienne devenue Israélienne à la faveur d’une émigration e...
by Allain Jules on Nov 29, 2014

Hauller Muenchberg Riesling 2011 (Alsace) - Wine Review

Purchased this delicious Grand Cru from a Vintages release last November and opened it last night to celebrate my daughter's 1st birthday. Amazingly, there are still a few bottles kicking around GTA LCBO outlets - get it if you enjoy sweeter wine.HAU...

Aug. 2 LCBO Wine Picks: California + Alsace + Loire

The next LCBO Vintages release will be on shelves across Ontario this Saturday, August 2nd. The major theme of this release is on top wines from California, with an emphasis on Cabs, Zins and Chards. There are two minor themes - one which focuses on...

Pierre Herme in Strasbourg, France

And now it was my turn to choose what to do! This was pretty simple; I had it all planned. MR was in for no surprise, he knew it had to do with food. And he wasn't wrong. LOL. A couple of years ago, Manila, the capital city of the Philippines went th...
by Dinner at Six Thirty on Jun 25, 2014

Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France

Once I was done with my meeting, MR and I realized that we didn't really have a lot of time to explore before heading home to pick up our daughter. We agreed that we would each get to choose one place to visit or one thing to do. I let my man pick fi...
by Dinner at Six Thirty on Jun 24, 2014

A Day in Strasbourg, France

It started with a professional meeting scheduled in Strasbourg. Then, MR told me that he wasn't working today so I asked him if he wanted to come with me. He would be alone for maybe an hour or two while I was attending my meeting, but hey, alone and...
by Dinner at Six Thirty on Jun 24, 2014


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