Today I had an early morning exam at University. I think it went well. But in the afternoon, I had some time to spare. So I made my way to Walkenried to visit the local Klostermarkt. The Klostermarkt is held annually in the former Cistercian Abbey in Walkenried that was founded in 1127 and closed… Continue reading Klostermarkt in Walkenried.
I absolutely love the Bergbauernmarkt in Zellerfeld. You can get everything there, but mostly food. And the food is awesome. There is just so much variety. You can even get Dutch, Hungarian and other international goodies there. But the thing is: It is always extremely crowded right from the get go. And while I have… Continue reading I barely go to the Bergbauernmarkt anymore.
Every 1st Thursday of the months between May and September, we in Osterode celebrate Feierabend. It's not only the German word for the end of shift, but also the feeling of letting go for the day and chilling with friends. At Feierabend, there's always something different. The event often showcases local bands, food and drinks.… Continue reading Feierabend in Osterode
Sorry for the silence. Just wasn't inspired by anything. So I've been to Zellerfeld today to pick up some blueprint paper for university. And because it was the first of May yesterday, the Bergbauernmarkt (mountain farmers market) is open again. Because I had time at hand and was feeling peckish, I decided to walk the… Continue reading Steak & Bread
Food for me definitely plays a huge part in exploring new places. Foreign cultures are often best understood by what they eat. But sometimes nothing can beet a good, old fashioned burger. A good burger to me is very simple yet complex. It has to be mouth watering and hand eatable. No forks and knives… Continue reading Good Grubs Pt. 1
Of course it might feel intriguing to just eat what you're used to when going abroad. Like McDonald's or something like that. But trust me. You're missing out on a whole new world of tastes. You now people who never leave their hometown, because they're afraid of change? That's pretty much the same. Just in… Continue reading Try local food.