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The Great Australian Salute - January 26

Australian culture is largely Anglo-Saxon with a mix of indigenous, and immigrant cultures which are contributing so much positivity to the landscape or our country. We are without doubt, a multi-cultural society. 513 more words

History & Traditions

Typical dishes of Catalan food

Travelling does not only mean seeing new buildings and monuments, but also consists in tasting the local food traditions !

Today we will teach you how to make a typical Catalan meal ! 488 more words


Happy New Year cake

The traditional New Year cake, KRANSEKAKE “wreath-cake”, with Danish flags. To be served with champagne as soon as the new year begin. This one  was nicely made by my friend Sarah. 38 more words


21st December - Winter Begins, The shortest day

Well we have had the beginning of summer and spring in this blog so far so naturally the beginning of winter must also be celebrated too. 495 more words


Eatin' High on the Hog: My Family's New Year's Food Traditions

I’m going to let the cat out of the bag…technically I’m Yankee-born, BUT I am Southern by the grace of God. Although, I spent 25 of my 31 years in South Carolina, I was born in New Jersey, and my parents—and much of my extended family–hail from Pennsylvania. 931 more words


Hello, 2015, and My Goals for the Year

Sorry, folks.  I know it’s been a while since my last blog entry.

While I’m not going to get into the reasons why (I’ll save that for another post), I’ve decided to resurrect myself from my seemingly, but unintended blog “death” to document my resolutions-slash-goals for 2015.   454 more words


Merry 8th Day of Christmas Sugar Plums!

Another Christmas has passed and a fresh new calendar is opened. Now, after the stockings have been sacked, the wrapping is in shreds and all the ribbons lie crumpled in wait for the vacuum’s new belt…life will go back to something a bit like normal. 611 more words