Author Archives: Katrin

It’s the time of year that the oven sees lots of action – this year, it’s extra exciting as the new oven seems to have quite different ideas about temperatures than the old one had. Things turn out slightly… differently … Continue reading

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Things going on here? I’m still catching up, though it is sort of getting slowly, slightly, better. Or at least that is what I tell myself… There’s preparation for the next workshops (getting the tools together, and fine-tuning plans); there’s … Continue reading

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Well, technically my blogiversary is not today, but was on Saturday. Which means that normally I would more or less ignore that, and just go on with things like nothing has happened, but… But. This year sees my tenth blogging … Continue reading

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Just in case you’re looking for something delightfully weird to bake this season, here’s a lovely long blog post about how to make cuneiform gingerbread. The post is from last year, but hey, what’s a year more or less when … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s post reminded me that I have not written about the Forum yet… so here are at least some pictures that I took to hopefully delight you! There was another instance of the Pompeii Dyeing Experiment, so liquids were boiled … Continue reading

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Today was a library day – I’m writing on an article about clothes on a ship depiction, and that needed some research (plus bringing back some due books I had loaned out for that article), so today was spent among … Continue reading

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A while ago, I was in a restaurant with a few English friends, and at the end, when there was the bill to pay, there was a bit of confusion as to how tipping is done in Germany. Just in … Continue reading

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