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Dumpfnudel & laughs

Last Friday night I went over to my coworker, Sylvia's, house for dinner and a bit of a city tour. We all had such a great time. We went to Sylvia's village and had a very German type of dinner. It was called Dumpfnudel which was damn good.

dumpfnudel cooking
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vanilla sauce
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Dumpfnudel is a sort of steamed bun/bread which is served with a sprinkling of cinnanon and a generous dousing of warm vanilla sauce. My gosh, I can still taste it on my tongue....it was that delicious!
ready to eat. Yum!
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having an apparatif
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Syvia's mom hanging out the window waving good-bye
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After dinner Sylvia and I took off to do the "town", which is really walking around the town, more exciting, next door. The town of Bbeitingheim. We walked around in a park, listened for a bit to a band playing an open air concert and then moved on.
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Hornmoldhaus. I love the look of old timbre houses
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this town is renounded for its sculptures
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why, why, WHY are most of the words in german sooooo bloody long! try pronouncing this word 3 times
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We did a sort of detour and ended up visiting a small schloss. It was not big or spectacular but it sat on a gorgeous bit of water where the locals frolic on the weekend. Very nice.
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Posted by CanaGerm 06:57 Archived in Germany

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