This week I released my latest book, Traditional Old-World Easter-Egg Coloring Techniques - and the Kindle version is FREE until Sunday night! So hurry and get yours before time runs out. In addition, I present information and photos about wonderful Cafe Karibo in Fernandina Beach, Florida. This fun, family-owned restaurant serves up homemade beer and delicious, fresh food.
Some of you have asked for a homemade cranberry sauce recipe after reading my recent Hirschgulasch post. Europeans use lingonberry preserves for such a recipe, but cooks in the US can substitute cranberry sauce if they can’t find the lingonberries.
I have two good cranberry sauce recipes, and both are very easy. However, it can be a
little hard to find 100% cranberry juice (not the cocktail or
concentrate) which one recipe calls for, so here are both of my recipes:
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A big THANK YOU to everyone who has bought my book (A Travel for Taste: Germany) so far! As you know, it went on sale just last week. I encourage you to order one for yourself, of course, and for holiday gifts for travelers and cooks on your list. Here are the links to do that:
- Buy it on Amazon.com with US dollars. The full retail price is $21.95 although Amazon.com currently has a discount of 5%,which means you’ll pay only $20.85.
- BEST BARGAIN: Buy it on my eStore at CreateSpace.com. The full retail price shows up there, but use the special secret introductory discount code (JLPQKZY6)
which will give you a 10% discount through December 20. Your
price will be only $19.75 per copy. When you add the discount code on
the checkout page, the discount is deducted before you finalize your
- Buy it on Amazon.de (Germany).
It’s also available on Amazon sites in France, Italy, UK and many other countries. Search on the book’s title (A Travel for Taste: Germany) to find the sale page. The price for Europe hovers between 18 and 19 Euros per copy.
Good news: I’ve made progress in converting the book to Kindle format and I hope to have that available for sale in the next couple of weeks. I’ll keep you informed, of course!
Now to the blog post proper:
I’ve blogged about this before, but I’m making huge progress on it each year, so I will blog about it again: making Thanksgiving dinner in a country other than the States.
Just in case you’re not in the holiday spirit, know that the Christmas market is in full swing here in Bamberg, Germany, and I woke this morning to the first snowfall of the season and the scent of wood fires from nearby chimneys!
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I have learned over the years that, though I LOVE Thanksgiving in America – there’s no comparable holiday like it anywhere else – the most memorable Thanksgivings I’ve had have occurred away from home. Especially when I’ve attempted to cook a traditional meal in a foreign country – this year was no exception.
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