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Football Worldcup, Sunsets and New Home – High Five For Friday #28

Wow! One week has past since my last post… I missed the Sunday Recipe, the Thursday Thoughts, my Tree Project Post and so much more but I just did not have the time and I guess, that it will be like that for a little while longer. We are in the last breaths of our renovation project and this new home is consuming most of my time. The rest of my time I spend on my freelance work, other work and managing the household of our current flat. Most of the time, I find a few minutes for myself each day and then I am simply to tired to sit in front of the computer…

I will be back full time as soon as we have managed to finished the renovation process and as soon as we have internet installed in our new home. I have no idea how long this is going to take but in the meantime, I am trying to post as often as I can. Unfortunately, we are already packing up our belongings here in our old apartment which is the reason I am not cooking too much right now and that’s why there is a lack of Sunday Recipes… I will have to take a summer break of the link-up and will be back in the fall. In case any of you other bloggers out there is interested in hosting it for me in the meantime, just send me an email and we can arrange that.

Long story short, I am back today to give you my High Five For Friday Post as I am still taking pictures with my Instagram account:

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1. Germany vs. France and a beautiful Sunset

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Last Friday was the game against France which we won and made it to the next round in the world cup… We were watching the game at a friends house in the countryside and were blessed with this beautiful sunset… isn’t this idyllic?

2. Hard Work and a Glass of Wine

High Five For Friday #28 - Tea Time Blog - White Wine at Sunset

Last Sunday, after a long weekend of work, Christian and me went out for dinner and sat on our balcony to enjoy another beautiful sunset with a glass of white wine. Once in a while, we are trying to take some moments for ourselves and try to forget about all the stuff that needs to be done…

3. New Bathroom

High Five For Friday #28 - Tea Time Blog - New Bathroom

I really like the outcome of our bathroom renovations! The white tiles make the room so much bigger! I will show you a proper picture as soon as the bathroom is completely done and we have moved in…

4. The Crazy Game against Brazil:

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This Tuesday was kind of crazy! Seriously, who would have thought that Germany would win against Brazil 7:1 (!!!!!) ??? On the picture, you can see me freaking out about it…

5. IKEA Delivery

High Five For Friday #28 - Tea Time Blog - IKEA Boxes

This week, our IKEA furniture has been delivered! I can’t wait for the inside of our house being ready for assembling it…

How was your week? – Your Turn:

How was your week? Please tell and join the fun! Take part in Lauren Elizabeth’s High Five For Friday and also link up with The Diary of a Real HousewifeI look forward to reading about your week! Please  let me know if  you’re stopping by from the Link-Ups so that I get a chance to visit you, too!

Happy Friday and happy weekend to all of you!!!

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In Desperate Need for Coffee – High Five For Friday #27

This past week has been very stressful and exhausting once again and I was lacking at lot of sleep! Together with the horrible hangover I had last Saturday, I was not feeling very well… hence the absence here on the blog for quite a few days… But I am fresh and relaxed now and back to share my High Five For Friday post:

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1. Spoiling Myself With a Yummy Dinner

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday - Burger and FriesAfter the penalty kick competition (which we lost, unfortunately…), we had a massive hangover (we certainly won the category “Best drinkers of the night”…) and what better way is there to cure a hangover than spoiling yourself with a homemade burger and fries? That is exactly how we spent our Saturday night last week…

2. Coffee the First

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I really like coffee but I should not have more than one per day as it is making me hyperactive… the caffeine does some weird things with my body and people get a bit annoyed of me when I had too much coffee.. this week, however, I was feeling so tired all the time, I needed more than a coffee a day. I had it in all shapes and sizes: To go, in a beautiful mug with a biscotti, ice coffee… yeah, I really liked my coffee this week!

3. Coffee the Second

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We had a very short night between Monday and Tuesday as Germany was playing against Algeria in the eighth final of the football world cup. This game went on forever and it only started at 10 at night due to the time difference between Germany and Brazil… at least it was worth it as we won in the end but the first half of the game was the worst I have ever seen from our team! I really do hope that they are playing better tonight when they are playing against France in the quarter final…

4. The 1001 Books Challenge

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday - Brave New WorldI started the first book for the 1001 Books reading challenge that I mentioned last Friday. I am actually surprised about how much I like Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. I am reading the book in German as I am way too tired most of the time to concentrate on english literature (I am guessing as this is not a chick lit book, the language will be a bit more difficult to understand…). I am a bit terrified by the Huxley’s version of the world but also fascinated. It is an utopia and I wish we had read this one in school when we were discussing utopias in my high school english class… Have you ever read Brave New WorldHow did you like it?

5. Bathroom Make-over

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Our new home is finally shaping up! The thing I like the most at the moment is how our new bathroom is coming along considering the VERY ugly orange flower tiles and the bright orange massive shower. We are away from being done but I can see how it will come out in the end and I like it a lot! What do you think?

Weekend Preview

This weekend, I am planning to finally give you the update on the snacks, Christian’s sister made for her mother’s birthday party. Also, we are going to a local street festival in the town next to our village. There is a band playing there which we like to book for our wedding and I can’t wait to see them play. The rest of the weekend, we will be spending on the house renovation… 1 month left to go and we plan to make it in time!!!

How was your week? – Your Turn:

How was your week? Please tell and join the fun! Take part in Lauren Elizabeth’s High Five For Friday and also link up with The Diary of a Real HousewifeI look forward to reading about your week! Please  let me know if  you’re stopping by from the Link-Ups so that I get a chance to visit you, too!

Happy Friday and happy weekend to all of you!!!

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Thursday Thoughts #4: Feeling Homesick

Welcome to another round of my Thursday Thoughts Series. I hope you are all doing fine. I am still stressed out but I love having this space here to escape from all the hectic and stress!

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Feeling Homesick

I moved away from my hometown eleven years ago and since then I have been living in various different places in Germany as well as abroad. After living in the UK, I felt so homesick that I had the urge to go back to Germany  and that is what I did. Now, I am back for  almost three years living in the South of Germany which is 600km away from where I grew up…

Don’t get me wrong, I really love being down here! We live in a fantastic area where other people come to enjoy their holidays, I have Christian – the love of my life and many really nice people I can call my friends. Anyhow, once in a while (especially if I haven’t been able to go to my hometown for a longer time), I feel a bit homesick again.

As much as I like everything down here, I really really miss my friends from back home sometimes and it would be nice to be around them more often. Usually, we try to go there several times a year (around every other month) but lately, we have been struggling with making time for that with all the renovation stuff going on. As a matter of fact, I have not been there since mid of March which is a very long time for not seeing my childhood friends who I miss incredibly!

The next trip up there is planned for mid August when we have hopefully settled in our new home and won’t be that stressed anymore. This is still 1 1/2 months to go and by then it will be exactly five months that I have not seen them! I really struggle with this at the moment having the constant urge to just sit in the car and drive up there for a couple of days but I simply do not have the time and that makes me a bit sad.

It is not that I am sitting around crying all the time but I notice that my mood kind of dropped over the last few weeks and that I think about everybody back home a lot more. Usually, this is a sign my body and brain are giving me to say “Hey, you should go home soon…”. Normally, I would simply plan a trip up there and it annoys me so much right now, that I can’t do this!

What about you? Have you ever felt homesick and what did you do to make you feel better? What was the longest time you spent away from your friends?

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#1picaday – My June Wrap Up + Apologies

I know I have been absent for the past days but it was mental over here! So, what have I been up to? The renovation entered the second last phase which means more work for me again. Also, we finally ordered the new furniture we will be needing for our new home and I can’t wait for everything to arrive!!!

Last weekend, I spent most of my Saturday curing the massive hangover I had from the Friday penalty kick competition (we won in terms of which team can drink the most…). Sunday, I was feeling slightly better in my stomach but my whole body was sore…

Anyhow, I figured that I was very very tired and I simply needed a break! This might happen once in a while but I’ll surely be back after a few days! In the meantime, you can always check my Instagram Account as I am still participating in the #1picaday challenge. Find my June wrap-up here:

Your Turn:

You want to take part in the #1picaday project as well? If you would like to join us for the May challenge, you just have to share one pic each day on Instagram and/or Twitter using the hashtag #1picaday and let us know, so we can post a link to your Instagram and Twitter accounts on our blogs. You can follow MilaHeatherMarie-PierCarlotta and me.

We look forward to all your amazing pictures!!!

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High Five For Friday #26

Hello my friends! Another stressful but awesome week has passed here in Southern Germany. I am just really happy right now because it is Friday and I am hopefully going to see one of my best friends again tomorrow who lives far away in San Francisco but is in Germany for a few days…

Looking back to the past week, I feel really happy about it:

High Five For Friday at Tea Time Blog

1. Party Snacks

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday 26 - Cute party snacks

Did I mention before that Christian’s sister is AMAZING in the kitchen? She makes these little party snacks in no time and I was happy to help her prepare all of the incredible snacks she made for her mother’s 60ies birthday party last Saturday!!! I am going to upload another post with even more beautiful pictures of what she does in a few days!!!

2. Studying

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday 26 - Learning foreign languages

I love learning foreign languages and after a short break I took from my Spanish studies due to the renovation, I am happy to announce that I am well back on track! I have been studying and reading a lot in Spanish this week and I came up with 8 Tips that help you learn a foreign language.

3. My First Spanish Book

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday 26 - learning Spanish

I have also started to read my first ever book in Spanish. It is a short story but I am proud of myself for being able to read it. There is another, bigger book, waiting for me as soon as I’ve finished reading and analyzing this one!!!

4. Summer and Flip Flops

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday 26 - Summer and Flip-FlopsThe best thing about summer? For me that certainly is the fact that I can wear Flip Flops again!!! There are no other shoes that are more comfortable! I love the fresh air around my toes as I really hate warm feet (I know, I am not a typical girl when it comes to this…).

5. A New Long-Term Challenge

Tea Time Blog - High Five For Friday 26 - 1001 Books

When I left the UK in 2011, one of my dearest friends gave me this great gift! Seriously, what better gift is there for a book worm like me than a book about books??? I love it!!! Now, I feel the time is right to start a new challenge: The #1001books challenge. My plan is to read all of the books mentioned in there. I am not going to set a time restriction to this challenge. It may take several years, centuries or the rest of my life but I am going to read all the books in there eventually!

Weekend Preview

I already mentioned that I look forward to seeing one of my best friends tomorrow, hopefully.

Today, there is another social village activity going on in our little village: A Penalty Kick Competition. This is more about drinking and celebrating summer with friends in the sun than about winning… It is the first time, I am taking part in this as a playing group member…

Cow Lottery

On Sunday, there is also going to be the cow lottery once again!! This is soooo much fun and every year I can’t wait to attend it!!!

How was your week? – Your Turn:

How was your week? Please tell and join the fun! Take part in Lauren Elizabeth’s High Five For Friday and also link up with The Diary of a Real HousewifeI look forward to reading about your week! Please  let me know if  you’re stopping by from the Link-Ups so that I get a chance to visit you, too!

Happy Friday to all of you!!!

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Thursday Thoughts #3: Being Consistent

I can’t believe it is Thursday yet again! How can time pass so so quickly??? We are almost at the end of June again which means there is only one month left for our renovation before we have to move out of our apartment – What a scary thought considering that it does not yet look livable at all…

But today is not the time to talk about that but to continue my Thursday Thoughts series:

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Being Consistent

In the past, I have been struggling a lot with consistency. I usually got pretty excited about something when I started it but over time, I lost interest or was not able to make sufficient time for something. And eventually, I dropped the thing all together to start something new very euphorically.

This year, I made a promise to myself at the beginning of the year: I will be more consistent with the things I start. Tea Time Blog is the best example. In the past, there were always times I posted a lot but then, I found myself without ideas and not posting for a longer period. At the beginning of the year, I decided to be more consistent here and post on a regular basis. I started posting every single day. Soon, I realized that this sometimes is not possible because life is in the way. But I always make sure that there are at least three posts every week which is certainly doable! Now, exactly half a year later, I am proud to say that I managed to do that!

How did I manage to be more consistent on my blog?

Well, at the beginning of the year, I asked myself what the reason for my regular absence here was and figured out that it wasn’t a lack of interest but rather a lack of ideas about what to write. I had many ideas in my head but when I finally sat down in front of the computer, they were simply gone. Now, I am keeping a blog calendar. I write down all the topics in there that I want to write about in the future. I write them down for a specific date, note when I am going to write the particular post and where and when to share it. This system has been working fantastically for me over the last few months.

Also, I started certain series like the Tree Projectthe High Five For Friday series, the Sunday Recipe Link-Up and lately, the Thursday Thoughts series. All this helps me to stay more consistent.

In terms of Social Media, I set certain reminders in my calendar that helps me work on Social Media for a certain time each day and not to forget about it. With Instagram, I also joined a challenge which proofed to be great fun: The #1picaday Challenge which I have been doing since the beginning of the year.

There are other areas in life, too that I am being more consistent in this year. I am taking my spanish studies more seriously and have been working a lot for my own business. I am trying to set some time for all these things each day and with a little bit of planning, it is certainly doable!

Which areas in life do you want to be more consistent? What helps you to stay consistent?

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8 Tips On Learning Foreign Languages

For over a year I am now studying Spanish in order to learn it properly. I am very interested in the spanish language as well as the country and its culture! That is why I’ve always wanted to learn this language! I am not only interested in Spanish but learning foreign languages in general.

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Learning a language is not only interesting but also helps massively when you travel. A language is the key to a foreign country and culture and that is why I always try at least to know the meaning of Hello, Thank You and Goodbye in a foreign language when visiting a foreign country. I consider it very polite and I think I am at least showing a bit of respect and interest in the people.

Today, I’d like to share some language learning tips with you that can be applied to every language you want to learn:

1. Vocabulary

This part is very important. I know, learning vocabulary can be quite challenging and boring from time to time but there are also funny and more interesting ways than just staring at a piece of paper and trying to remember all the meanings of the different words listed:

  • Pictures: My brain works a lot with pictures. That is why I can remember things better that I can remember a picture of. Why not put post-its on all the things at home with the correct word in the foreign language? This way, you can remember words on the go. There are also great smart phone and tablet apps out there with which you can easily study vocabulary based on pictures.
  • Phase 6 or index cards: The computer based program Phase 6 which is available for either Mac or Windows, works the exact same way as the index card system. You study vocabulary in six phases. After typing them into the system it will ask you first a day after to remember them, then 3 days later, then 10 days, 30 days later and so on until you can remember the word after a break of 90 days. At that point, the word is considered to be in your long term memory and you are most likely not going to forget it anymore. In case you cannot remember a word in one of these phases, it goes one phase back. The program also keeps reminding you to study every day. And that is a must. You need to do a few words each day. Otherwise, you’ll simply end up piling up loads and loads of words and after a while you feel buried underneath them…

2. Grammer

You need to learn the grammar of a foreign language in order to understand it completely. There is no way around this, I’m afraid. The key is to find exercises to practice. Only learning the rules and different verb forms by hard is not going to work. Even if you think you’ve understood all the rules, you will be surprised about how many exceptions there are. Here are some sources where you can easily find exercises to practice grammar:

  • Grammar Books: You can either buy them or lend them from your local library.
  • Magazines: Believe it or not but there are special language learning magazines out there that also offer grammar exercises
  • Internet: There are seriously millions of websites out there in the worldwide web that offer grammar exercises in every language spoken on the planet. Just google “grammar exercises in (insert the language you wanna learn here)

3. Read, Read, Read

Studying vocabulary and learning grammar is not enough and would be extremely boring if you were just doing that. Reading in a foreign language helps you a lot to improve your language skills. It might be hard in the beginning when you need to look up a lot of words but it gets easier, I promise. After a while you know enough words to understand new ones from the context and you will need the dictionary less and less.

It does not matter what sort of texts you read. I found that reading texts about topics I am interested in in the beginning is much easier and more fun. I started with small magazine and newspaper articles (either online or in print) and a few days a ago, I started reading a short novel.

4. Watch Movies and TV-Shows

If reading is not your thing or you do not want to constantly sit around reading, you can also try watching movies or TV-Shows in the language you want to learn. This is actually how I learned English. I simply started to watch films and my most favorite TV-Shows in their original language and found out after a while that the original content is so much more interesting and funnier than the translated German versions… Also, it does not matter what you watch as long as you do it. If you have a DVD, it also helps to turn on subtitles in the original language. This way you can listen and read the text which makes it much easier to understand in the beginning

5. Listen to Music

If you are interested in music why not download some music in the language you want to study? I am sure there is something for every music genre you might like to listen to in every language. You can also download the song text from the web and try to translate it for yourself. How awesome is it to understand your favorite songs?

6. Find Penpals and Other Friends

There are a lot of websites that help you to find a language partner. You simply say which language you wanna learn and the program finds a person who wants to study your language and speaks your selected one. You can help each other, get to know each other and even meet in real life if you like. Speaking to someone about current topics helps a lot with small talk if you ever go to a foreign country as you learn some daily expressions study books usually not teach you.

7. Do a Language Course

Language courses are usually available everywhere at local schools if the language you want to learn is not too exotic. There are also great online courses, self study books or long distance courses you could do. That is exactly what I have been doing these last 1 1/2 years. I receive a box with the study material on a regular basis and have to hand in exercises. There is always someone available online or on the phone to help me with questions. Also, they offer a forum to exchange questions and information with fellow students. I really enjoy studying at home and being able to learn in my own pace.

8. Travel

Traveling to the country where people speak the language you are studying is probably the most effective way to learn a language. I’ve once done a spanish language course in Salamanca for two weeks. I went to school there every day and stayed with a local family. This way, I was forced to speak Spanish and I also learned a lot about the spanish culture. But even without a language class, it helps to be surrounded by the language and speak it when you place your order in a restaurant or speak to someone in the supermarket or around a sight you are visiting. You could also go and see a movie in the cinema, a play in the theatre or whatever other cultural event you are interested in.

Nobody said, learning a language is easy but it can be a lot of fun and you feel so proud of yourself when you are able to understand and communicate in a foreign language. It opens new doors and makes music, films and literature available to you that you never considered before. My goal in life is to being able to speak fluently German, English, Spanish and French. German and English are not a problem anymore and I am on a good way with Spanish. I’ve also studied French before and will continue at some point when I’ve mastered Spanish…

Do you have other language learning tips I forgot? Please share in the comments section below.

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Tree Time on Tea Time #23

The tree of my Tree Project stopped changing a while ago when it turned green. I know it is going to start changing again a few weeks time but for now, it remains the same week after week.

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I really want to go there and take a picture at sunrise / sunset hour but so far, I have been either busy or asleep at those times… I will try again next week in order to show you a different atmosphere.

Right now, I feel extremely exhausted every single day. Yesterday, I was so tired that I slept almost all day. And after sleeping for a long time last night, I still felt tired when I woke up this morning. I think it is just all the stuff that is going on in my life right now with the renovation, work, wedding preparations and birthday celebrations that is exhausting me so much. I am trying to rest in between but it is very hard as all these thoughts come into my mind all the time!

Do you have any tips about how to relax in stressful times like these?

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Sunday Recipe: Cheeseburger With Bacon And Portobello Mushrooms

Hello there! It is time for my Sunday Recipe Link-Up again! As promised yesterday, I am going to share the burger recipe we used for making the cheeseburgers with bacon and portobello mushrooms* for our BBQ Feast last weekend:

Tea Time Blog Sunday Recipe Link-Up - Cheeseburger with Bacon

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 8 slices of thick breakfast bacon
  • 60 ml (0.25 cups) olive oil
  • 4 portobello mushrooms
  • freshly grounded pepper
  • 650g (23 oz) minced beef
  • sea salt
  • 4 burger buns
  • some olive oil
  • 4 thin slices of cheddar cheese
  • 4 tablespoons Dijon-mustard
  • 4 leaves of green salad

Tea Time Blog Sunday Recipe Link-Up - Cheeseburger with Bacon

Tea Time Blog Sunday Recipe Link-Up - Cheeseburger with Bacon


  1. Fry the bacon in a big pan for around 10-12 minutes until crispy. Turn around several times. Place the bacon on some kitchen paper to soak up the extra oil.
  2. Mix the oil with the remaining fat in the pan and cover the mushrooms with this mixture.
  3. Prepare the Grill for medium to high heat (200-260°C, 392-500°F).
  4. Form burger patties out of the minced beef. Don’t press the beef too much as the patties will turn very hard later on… Spice with salt and pepper on both sides. With a spoon make a little indentation in the middle of the patty.
  5. Grill patties and mushrooms on direct medium to strong heat with the lid of the grill closed for 8-10 minutes until the mushrooms are soft and a little bit brown and the patties are medium cooked. Turn them around.
  6. Spread some olive oil on all of the burger buns.
  7. In the last minute of grilling place a slice of cheese on each of the patties and place the burger buns on the grill.
  8. Spread the mustard on the buns and place the salad leave, 1 patty, 1 portobello mushroom and 2 slices of bacon on the bun.  Serve hot!

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This is simply one of the best burgers we’ve ever tried!!! Sooo delicious!!!

How do you like your BBQ? What is your favorite recipe?

*Recipe from GU Weber’s Burger by Jamie Purviance.

Your Turn:

Share your most favorite recipe of the week with fellow chefs and bakers in my Sunday Recipe Link-UpI look forward to all your recipes! Don’t forget to stop by other bloggers who are sharing their recipes! Have a lovely Sunday everybody!!! When you share your recipe, please use the Hashtag #TTSR

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A BBQ Feast

Last weekend, we organized a big BBQ for all the people who have been helping us with the renovations of our new house so far. Christian came up with the brilliant idea of smoking a trout and I cannot tell you how delicious it was.

Smoked Trout with Filled Mushrooms and Garlic Bread

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Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

Together with the trout, Christian’s sister made yummy mushrooms filled with some cream cheese and herbs – an absolute fantastic combination!

Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

She also prepared this great homemade garlic bread which tasted soooo yummy and worked perfectly well with the fish and vegetables:

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Cheeseburgers with Ham and Portobello Mushrooms

Christian also found a great recipe in the Weber Burger BBQ Cookbook which I am going to share tomorrow as part of my Sunday Recipe Link-Up. Please stop by in case you want to find out how we made them:

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I tried to eat it with my bare hands but they were simply too huge so I gave up after a while and used cutlery…

Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

Sarah, Christian’s sister was very successful eating the whole thing without using cutlery:

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The Man Behind The Grill

Christian usually is our grill master as it is his real passion! He totally enjoys himself while preparing all these yummy things for all of us! I have never tried grilling but am not sure if I could do it as could as he can. I prefer working in the kitchen…

Tea Time Blog - BBQ Feast

We always use a Weber grill as they are simply the best ones for a BBQ! They are a bit more expensive than others but totally worth it. This one belongs to Chrisitan’s parents and it is very old but is still performing perfectly!

What is your most favorite dish for a BBQ?

Please do not forget to stop by tomorrow for my Sunday Recipe Link-Up. I’d love to read all your most favorite recipes of the week and I am going to share the burger recipe!

Have a lovely weekend!!!

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