Our Bavarian Bloggers’ Meet-Up at the Nuremberg Easter Market

Bonked Out Bloggers - Photo Courtesy of JavaCupcake

One of the best things about blogging is meeting — and learning from other bloggers. Last weekend was my first bloggers’ meet-up in more than two years, and this wasn’t just any meet-up; it was a meet-up of American bloggers living halfway around the world in Bavarian Germany. Betsy (a.k.a. @JavaCupcake) … Continue reading

Saturdays in Wiesbaden

Happy Monday! Because everyone loves the weekends and no one loves Mondays, I’m going to spend Monday talking about Saturday. That’s okay with you, right? With rare exception, you can find us at the Wiesbaden farmer’s market on Saturdays. We don’t usually stay for long, and we may not even … Continue reading

Farming in Your Own Backyard

  Guest Post by Bruce Clithero A local TV station recently aired the special “Cutting Edge Fighting Fat”. About one-third of U.S. adults (33.8%) are obese, and approximately 17% (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents aged 2-19 years are obese. One of seven low-income, preschool-aged children is obese. You don’t … Continue reading

Dardenne Prairie Produce Market

Guest Post and Photos Contributed by Elisabeth Cutshall. As a work at home Mom, I love to cook healthy meals for my family, but I also love convenience. This is why I absolutely LOVE shopping at the Dardenne Prairie Produce Market. The market sits on the corner of Highway N, … Continue reading

Olde Tyme Pantry

Tonight’s blog is one I’ve intended to write for two months, as Olde Tyme Pantry was one of the first places I visited, camera in tow, upon my relocation from NYC to Farmington in late February. The simple concrete and steel frame of Olde Tyme Pantry is complimented by rustic … Continue reading

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