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TV Snack Mix & Ramblings on Motherhood

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Over the past couple of months, I’ve lived the typical #momlife, with all the ups and downs you’d expect. Mostly, I’ve showcased the beauty of it. Like the cute chubby baby thighs, the smiles and giggles, the sweet clothes and toys, the active days on the go with the stroller, with baby sleeping soundly. That doesn’t mean though that there…

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Two Turkeys Thanksgiving & Raw Butternut Slaw

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How does “Two Turkey Thanksgiving” sound to you…? Our friends hosted their annual Thanksgiving fête last Sunday, and because their guest list is ever growing, two turkeys had to be made. So Günther (the 10th!) was joined by Hildegard (the 1st). And I, as the closest (geographically) and their neighbor, had the honor to roast one, in my own oven….

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Capuns Dumplings

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Loves, I’m back! Busy weekend, busier week, but hey, we all know the glorification of busy is just so lame, so I’ll spare you the details… Hehe. Much better, instead: the Lindt Holiday Box giveaway is closed! Uhm, I mean: the winners have been picked! There were so many beautiful comments from you, I can’t even… A giveaway is something…

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Kale Cesar’s Salad

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You darlings! I have to thank you for that overwhelming response to the design of the site and also the giveaway (still running until tomorrow, so make sure to enter a comment below the post). I would have never dreamed in my wildest dreams that anyone would be interested in receiving mail from me, but it appears you are! The comments…

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Romanesco Couscous with Pomegranate

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Super scrumptuous – while at the same time raw, paleo, vegan, glutenfree (and basically all the other freaky things)…? I’ll take that, please! Why have I never thought of making Romanesco Couscous – or Cauliflower Couscous, for that matter – before in my life? How was I even able to exist without it? Okay, maybe a teeny bit melodramatic of…

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Fondue Bread – Nidwaldner Bratchäs

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I’m really proud to be Swiss. To be Swiss holds a lot of beautiful memories and also, I guess, a lot of knowledge (or at least understanding) about Switzerland. Most of you (especially those who follow me along on instagram) know: I grew up in the heart of Switzerland, near Lucerne, with a typical swiss view of the mountains and the beautiful lake Vierwaldstättersee.

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Springlike Watercress Soup

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for some, working out is the main source of energy, and for me it occasionally is. though recently i’m much more into “slowing down” while exercising, not pushing my limits. i.e. ballet and yoga do the trick. so graceful and cute – or much rather admittedly ridiculous and lots of fun, those ballet classes for grown-ups.

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Linguini with Barba di Frate

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having some time off over the easter holidays was so good for body, mind and soul… i took the “time off” quite literal, in that i unwound and enjoyed time with friends and families, and did not much else, really. needless to say, there was a lot of feasting involved, too. i’m feeling a little overindulged (if that’s a proper…

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