An Emotional High



Take a long weekend, add to it a friend so close to the heart that she is in actual fact a sister long lost but now found and cherished for a lifetime …


… throw in an epic concert set in the scenes of an incredibly breathtaking city,

… stir up a few decadent and extremely drinkable cocktail creations …


… bring on a lot of laughs, giggles, talk of the 80s and …

what do you get?

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Serendipity in Norway Part 1 - Mandal, Stavangar, Preikestolen and Hardanger Region



Magnificent, stunning, breathtaking, incredible - one will quickly run out of superlative adjectives to describe Norway. After spending two weeks in this glorious country, I now know if Gods were to live on Earth, they would probably live in Norway.  

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Dark Chocolate Cherry and Tahini Clafoutis


Cherries 2010 (0003) by MeetaK

I am still encased in the wonderful bliss of Norway. Although my body seems to be back in Weimar, I seem to have left my mind, spirit and most importantly, my heart in Norway.

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Coming Soon – Allow Me to Tease You



… just a little. 

I am probably in Oslo right now – finally enjoying sophisticated and cultured city life. I had to fight with the husband for an extra day here when we were planning the trip – a minor marriage crisis. But I won! So I will certainly be enjoying the cafes, restaurants, museums, nightlife and SHOPPING in this city.

More when I return.   

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Destination Norway



When you read this I will be somewhere on this route between the Hardangerfjord and Bergen. Hopefully enjoying the great weather, relaxing and finding my zen!

I love blogging, more because along the way you meet people that turn out to be the most cherished friends you could have. Also because it brings the world to my doorstep.

Last week when I posted my recipe of lemon and herb risotto with balsamic asparagus, I got a lovely comment from Kjersti of Sukkerungen:

I can't believe that the day after I a) bought a pack of risotto rice, wondering what to make, b) found this fantastic blog and bookmarked it, YOU decide a) to post a risotto recepie, b) to travel to my home country. It's got to be fate! The risotto looks wonderful, and I even think my kids would love this (the boy is rather picky). If you need any help when you are around Bergen, just shout and I'll be there :D

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Lemon and Herb Risotto with Balsamic Roasted Asparagus


Lemon Herb Risotto with Roasted Asparagus (0003) by MeetaK   

The air in the house is cool and refreshing. I let out a slight sigh. The weather outside is hot, sticky and sunny and thankfully the house remains cool throughout the few heat waves Germany experiences during the year. And while they are so few, I enjoy them to the fullest.  

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