Author Archives: crumbs on travel

The Man on the Moon is watching YOU!

Or at least I thought so. That is why I decided to have a look every night and see if he is home and really whatching me. But it seems so, he is not… I just took a picture (nearly) … Continue reading

Posted in reflections | Tagged | 2 Comments

O Christmas Tree

I just found an old picture of the Christmas tree we had a few years ago when I had Christmas with my most beloved friend Emanuela. We had such a beautiful, cozy and wonderful Christmas in family, because that is … Continue reading

Posted in reflections | Tagged | Leave a comment

Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella

Who doesn’t know the story about Cinderella and her prince? A love-story not only for children, as every girl is dreaming of her prince on the white horse coming one day to find and give her everlasting happiness. I remember … Continue reading

Posted in CRUMBS, desserts, recipes | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Salami Incognito

What I thought is a typical Italian Easter and Christmas treat is actually a very international known preparation. The ‘salami al cioccolato’ is simply called a chocolate salami in English but it has interesting names in other languages: In Greece … Continue reading

Posted in CRUMBS, desserts, recipes | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Bite of Turkish Honey for Christmas

So many names for the very typical Mediterranean treat which you can find I think nearly everywhere today at Christmas time. It is sweet, gooey, hard or soft, full of healthy nuts and unhealthy sugar. Once they were made with … Continue reading

Posted in CRUMBS, desserts, recipes | Tagged | Leave a comment