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Sep. 9, 2012 8:55 pm 
Upon looking through my summer photos as a little study break in between chapters of my biopsychology reading, I stumbled down memory lane to Austria, where I went hiking for a day in August. The rumbling green hills, curious fog sneaking around the peaks of mountains in the distance, the… MORE
 
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Sep. 2, 2012 2:59 pm 
Updated: Sep. 2, 2012 3:34 pm
Dear Allrecipes Family, It's been wonderful to have had the opportunity to intern with such a marvelous company!!! Every member of this network is part of something grand that transcends recipes and food, something to come home to. I don't cease to be flabbergasted by how genuinely kind,… MORE
me, proudly sporting my Allrecipes t-shirt in front of the Neue Rathaus in Munich.
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Aug. 25, 2012 9:30 am 
Updated: Aug. 26, 2012 1:55 pm
While I was in Munich, I noticed an interesting liaison between two prominent stimulants: caffeine and nicotine. Whether it was at a café or just on a friend's terrasse, coffee/cappuccino was almost always accompanied by cigarettes. Galloping across the blood brain barrier, nicotine delivers… MORE
 
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Aug. 20, 2012 9:53 am 
Updated: Aug. 20, 2012 2:56 pm
I've been back in the States since last Tuesday. The nostalgia has already kicked in full throttle--as has my awkward grappling with English words that have been dormant for 2 months--but I've been busying myself with moving-into-my-college-dorm-room and R.A. training. I wish I had more time… MORE
 
 
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Aug. 13, 2012 1:12 am 
Updated: Aug. 14, 2012 8:06 pm
When I was in the Innenstadt the other day, I counted five stores that advertised bubble tea within one block. This tapioca drink, together with its iced companion frozen yogurt, has somehow achieved omnipresence here. Whenever I've asked my friends why it is such a popular drink in Germany… MORE
 
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Aug. 5, 2012 11:55 am 
Updated: Aug. 5, 2012 2:28 pm
The response I often receive when I tell people in Munich that I'm a vegetarian is a pair of furrowed brows and "...but you do eat Schweinebraten, right?" Many sweep me into the drawer "pseudo-German," my experience in America obviously having "spoiled my ancestral thirst for animal." They… MORE
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Jul. 28, 2012 1:14 pm 
Updated: Aug. 5, 2012 2:27 pm
One cobblestone after another, one fruitstand after fish-, spice-, flower-, nut-, cheese-, wine-, and meat-stand after another. Having originated from a humble farmer's market, the Viktualienmarkt is now a popular ground for tourists and gourmands to browse through the luscious allies. Smack… MORE
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Jul. 23, 2012 2:43 am 
Updated: Jul. 25, 2012 10:35 am
Rather than the embankment-around-an-island species that's typical in the U.S., the German kitchen is more like the shoreline around a lake. Otherwise, the German--juxtaposed with American--kitchen is not particularly distinctive. On one shelf of the overhead cabinets are glasses, on another… MORE
My sister and brother-in-law's kitchen: #1
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Jul. 16, 2012 9:28 am 
I spent last week hopping from one café to the next. While doing so, two areas above all tickled my fancy: the Glockenbachviertel and Gärtnerplatz. Winding, cobblestone streets that invite your contented meandering, rows of bistros that give you the impression you're clicking through film… MORE
 
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Jul. 2, 2012 3:25 am 
Updated: Jul. 24, 2012 11:34 pm
Thunderstorms are mumbling through my open window and I'm eating grilled zucchini on crisp-bread, emptying our tupperware of leftovers from the little grillparty we had yesterday evening. Family friends came by with their two little girls, and we were inspired by the conversations floating… MORE
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Norah

Home Town
Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA
Living In
Munich, Bayern, Germany

Member Since
May 2012

Cooking Level
Beginning

Cooking Interests
Baking, Frying, Stir Frying, Asian, Mexican, Indian, Italian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Healthy, Vegetarian, Dessert, Kids, Gourmet

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Biking, Walking, Photography, Reading Books, Music, Painting/Drawing

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About Me
Born in Princeton, NJ, and from a German family, I spent my lovely 90s childhood (Velcro sneakers and Spice Girls, how I miss you) in America, Germany, and England. And now, I'm at Connecticut College as a philosophy and French double major and psychology minor. My go-to motto is Pascal's "the heart has reasons of which Reason knows nothing" and I love Proust's beautiful description of madeleines. My dream is to gain enough culinary experience over the coming years to open up my own little pâtisserie someday.
My favorite things to cook
Baked goods! Also, on Sunday afternoons, I make myself an outrageously foamy cappuccino, and experiment with different omelette variations. My favorite dishes to cook differ from one day to the next, but I recently became a fan of semolina durum spaghetti tossed in a pan with sautéed sage and red bell-peppers, garlic, a smidgen of lemon, and various spices, and sprinkled afterwards with roasted sunflower seeds, goat cheese, chive flower petals, and salt and pepper. yummy.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My mom always makes a scrumptious bread-pudding for Christmas; my dad whips up a rice dish that's so unique the family refers to it as his "papa reis," and banana flambé each time his best friend visits us; my sister creates beautiful marzipan-covered cakes for our birthdays; my brother-in-law bakes his own baguettes every weekend and Spätzle from scratch whenever we stay with them in Munich; and I make a lox brunch every Mother's Day. A family of food enthusiasts, we also have many day-to-day culinary traditions that I love.
My cooking triumphs
I was really happy when the crèmes brûlées and Tunisian almond cigars I once brought to a party as a little snack for my friends were devoured within minutes. And last week, a three-day long process of baking a Frankfurter Kranz paid off when my little nephew, Simon, insisted on having Tante Norah Cake for a whole week.
My cooking tragedies
There are certainly dozens of kitchen tragedies to my name, but one I remember in particular is an attempted Charlotte Royale that I ruined right off the bat by leaving the batter in the oven for too long (silly silly). But this summer, same player shoots again. I'm going to stand in the kitchen rain or shine until there's a handsome Charlotte Royale dome in my midst.
 
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