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Combining her passion for cooking, eating and the Internet, delicious:days is the brainchild of Nicky and Oliver, a German couple recording their cooking experiences in their Munich home. This blog is full of wonderful recipes–Nicky is working on publishing her first cookbook–and a beautifully photographed food gallery. Nicky and her partner’s culinary adventures include dishes from all over the world, from tamales, to curries to German favorites such as Käsespätzle (the picture is from her website). I think I might try to make it one day. I’ve made Käsespätzle before, but never dared making the pasta from scratch. At some point, I even got myself a Käsespätzle maker, but I think the contraption was left in Seattle during our move.

And once again, I’m coming late into the game, as delicious:days has already been discovered by mainstream media: it was named one of the “100 Coolest Wesites” by TIME back in 2006. Whether you like being ahead of the curve or not, this blog is definitely worth drooling over.


2 Responses

  1. OMG if you make this please let me know so I can fly out there again just to try it!!

  2. Make enough for one more, as I’ll be flying over too — looks so YUMMY!

    Miss you both already!

    (Baker got 18″ new in the last day, just FYI)

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