I think whoever invented brunch is a genius. Mixing the best parts of breakfast with the best features of lunch and combining them into one delicious meal. Getting up late on a weekend (hangovered or not), putting on some lazy clothes and starting into the day with: coffee. Oh yes, before I had my coffee you shouldn’t try to start any kind of conversation with me. Not because I’ll be mean (ok, maybe sometimes), but simply because I can’t stop thinking about that perfect drink in my hands. After coffee I am in for everything and anything. Pancakes with fried egg, maple syrup and bacon?! Oh, yes! Chicken & sweet waffles and some more sweet maple syrup on top?! Now we’re talking! Truffled eggs toast with runny egg, melted cheese and truffle oil?! Get into my belly!
Hi, I'm Kaja, I'm German and I like bread. At least that's the cliché and I am definitely meeting it. Living a year in Paris didn't change this situation, it made it even worse. A dinner without a piece of baguette or nice piece of bread?! Impossible! Dipped in the remaining sauce of the main course (which is a do in some countries and a don´t in others, but if I like a dish I want to finish it to the bitter end!) or to accompany some cheese at the end of a meal, doesn't matter, it's an essential part.
Ofen gerösteter Knoblauch macht viele Gerichte zu etwas Besonderem, es verleiht diesen einzigartigen Geschmack, der unverwechselbar ist.
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ACHTUNG! Ihr seid dabei zu einem Rezept zu gelangen, welches höchst abhängig macht.
I was a bit sceptic when I re-moved to Brussels. I lived here four years ago, for two months and to be honest, I wasn't a big fan. It was grey, rainy and not very exciting. To be fair, though, I wasn't in town for a single weekend, escaping to Berlin, Paris or Maastricht whenever I could.
This has now changed. I'm "stuck" here for a bit longer and I don't mind this at all. I have started looking for cafés, restaurants, bars and other nice places and I was quite surprised what Brussels has to offer.