Author Archives: hungrytrek

Trek to an American Classic: Meatloaf

This school year, my husband and I have been hosting a foreign exchange student from Germany.  For us, the transition has been very easy, as we often travel to Germany and enjoy a fair amount of schnitzel, pretzels, and beer. … Continue reading

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Trek to German Tradition: Apple Strudel

While we’ve all been celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, I’ve been reminiscing on all of my previous journeys to Germany.  As you may know, this land holds a special place in my heart:  its … Continue reading

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Trek to East Berlin: The Fall of the Wall

The Berlin Wall.  The physical landmark and figurative symbol of the Cold War.  The barrier between Western freedom and blue jeans, and Communist constraints and bread lines.  For most of us over the age of 30, we specifically remember where … Continue reading

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Trek to the Past: Childhood Dream Professions

As I have been Blogging, Tweeting, and Instagramming, October had become Blogtober with the DC Ladies.  Today is Day 15, and I am really enjoying today’s challenge topic:  What was My Childhood Dream Job?  As nearly anyone who’s known me … Continue reading

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Advice Trek: What New Bloggers Should Remember

As I previously mentioned, October had become Blogtober with the DC Ladies.  Today is Day 6, and I’m proud to say I have kept up with this challenge through the first Week! Today’s topic again involves advice, this time on … Continue reading

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Trek to Fall Favorites: Fresh Pumpkin Kitchen Tips

The question was posed to me, What’s My Favorite Fall Recipe?  As I thought about my all the foods I love in fall, there was one common item:  Pumpkin.  Not pumpkin spiced.  Not pumpkin flavored.  Food with real actual pumpkin … Continue reading

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Trekking to Advice: What my younger self needed to know.

As part of the DC Ladies Blogtober challenge, I’ve undertaken a commitment to Blog/Tweet/Instagram each day according to the direction provided by the Ladies.  Today was truly an interesting one for me contemplate: What is one piece of advice you’d … Continue reading

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