The second contribution in our world bread series comes from Huppit, a food blogger with roots in Tunisia and Israel. Enjoy! My name is Huppit, I’m an Israeli-American, Jewish mother of three and the food blogger of Afooda. I have a HUGE passion for food and tradition. My love for food and cooking started as […]
Agrimage is the name of a photo competition run by the Swiss Farmers’ Association. The competition where both professional and amateur photographers could take part ended in July this year. More than 1’600 Photographers submitted 15’000 photos about Swiss farming. The best photos can be viewed on the Agrimage website.
I don’t know how you feel about the world right now, but I find the rising tensions between countries and religions quite unsettling and it makes me feel like the need of doing my own small bit to help people increase their tolerance for different cultures and religions. This is why I’ve started a new […]
Swiss German isn’t an easy language to learn for any foreigner. Not only is the grammar and the word order often different to (High) German, but also there’s no written language, hence no dictionary with one Swiss German expression for each German word. This makes Swiss German even difficult for us natives – with my […]
It’s spring and the parents of the 4 and 5 year olds are preparing for the start of Swiss kindergarten. When my eldest started kindergarten, I had a lot of questions around kindergarten snacktime which is why I’ve written a short overview of what’s required. In the German part of Switzerland the kindergarten snacktime is […]
Something exciting has happened a few weeks ago; I’ve become a member of my local, Zurich based vegetable cooperative called Meh Als Gmües (‘more than vegetables’). The ‘more’ in more than vegetables has two meanings – on the one hand they’re planning to expand their range to other produce such as fruit, and possibly even […]
This interview was initially published on another of my blogs. That blog doesn’t exist anymore, but it’d be sad to see this interview go too, so I’m re-publishing it here. It’s an interview with my former London neighbour and Tooting, my old home and a London hotspot for curries and anything Indian. Enjoy! Pete used […]
My blogger friend Tamara from confessions of a part-time working mom organises a weekly Top Ten Thursday Challenge. This week’s topic is ‘top ten happy places’. I’m mad about food and traveling so I got quite a bit excited about this one and really wanted to take part. Here’s my top ten list of happy […]