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Black Forest cake

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: RecipesPublished: Sunday, 12 November 2017 15:19Written by Johannes Guggenberger
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For sweet tooth under us, we added a recipe for the one and only, the world famous Black Forest cake. Authentic with a little dash of cherry spirit and beautiful shredded chocolate. The perfect cake to impress your friends and family with.

Well,we can’t wait to see tons of pictures of beautiful cakes, have fun giving them a try!

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Heating your German home

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CounselorPublished: Friday, 10 November 2017 14:38
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It´s that time of the year again, it is getting chilly outside, and the heaters are slowly being turned on. Every year the German-American Facebook groups and pages are then slammed with posts about “the walls  suddenly turning moldy” or “the heater making ‚off‘ noises”  o just plain confusion about that “big old dinosaur called heater” that usually lies in the basement.
So, let’s start with the basics:

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Bad Wimpfen and Burg Guttenberg - A lovely day trip

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: SightseeingPublished: Thursday, 02 November 2017 19:40Written by Akiko Abe
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Bad Wimpfen and Burg Guttenberg are located in the beautiful Neckar Plain about an hour by car from Stuttgart or 1,5 hours from Kaiserslautern. Take the first exit on the highway A6 going towards Mannheim, the exit Neckarsulm and then head toward Mosbach. But beware – there are 4 stationary radar traps on this stretch of about  10 miles. Bad Wimpfen and the knights castle Burg Guttenberg were spared damage during World War II, so many old historical buildings are left intact. It is a wonderful, hidden sightseeing spot. Bad Wimpfen has been called the most beautiful riverside city in Germany. Bad Wimpfen’s most famous landmark is the blue tower. This tower is the defense tower of the castle built in the 12th century where the guards have lived for 650 years. The tower is a great place to get a magnificent view of the old town and Neckar Valley.

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Haunted Germany

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CulturePublished: Saturday, 28 October 2017 16:53
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Today most Germans are usually not very superstitious, black cats, broken mirrors, or Friday the 13th doesn’t faze them anymore. Nevertheless, Germany is a place where you often feel, time standing still. Town centers can take you back to the middle ages and dark forests and  hidden castle ruins might remind you of times long ago. Still, some ghost stories and legends have survived over the centuries and are still told today. Recently ghost hauntings and paranormal research has spiked in popularity, and so people are once again flocking back to these ancient spots in hopes of catching a glimpse of “the other side...”

So, why not you? Lets head out on a foggy fall night and get to ghost hunting. I have searched through insider forums, newspaper articles, and books in order to bring you some of the most  haunted spots inside of Germany:

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Winter tire law in Germany

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CommunityPublished: Thursday, 26 October 2017 19:50
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Winter is coming to Germany and while you may have been told putting winter tires on your car is law, you might have been left in the dark when it comes to the specifics, or where given hieroglyphic remarks like “from O till O” or “have to have the snowflake symbol, but not really the S+M symbol does the job as well”?!?!

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