Food

Hello From Switzerland

Since my last post, we’ve visited the beer capital of the world, drank a liter at the Hofbrauhaus, saw a concentration camp, visited a fairy tale castle, and hiked the Swiss Alps. The Bernese Alps are the kind of place where you wouldn’t be suprised if a deer talked to you, if a bird sang […]

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Hello From Germany

It’s hard to believe that 10 days have passed since we left the states. Our days have been filled with museums, monuments, and lots of great food. We’ve seen some of the world’s best artwork and architecture, and have dined on some of the most delicious cuisines. We are becoming professional picnickers, and our settings […]

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Sauerkraut and Goodbye

Last night we locked the door to #20 one last time. We stood and stared at the empty space, reflecting on the moments shared in our sweet little home. Closing my eyes, I saw an apartment filled with beautiful memories. Maybe it’s because I’ve never moved much before, or maybe it’s because of the things […]

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So Long, Farewell

As much as I’ve avoided admitting it, this is sadly our last week living in Boston. We’ve finished what we moved here for, and now it is time for us to move on. We don’t know exactly what is next for us, but we are excited to find out. For now, we have one last […]

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A Trip to the Big Apple

I’m a little  late writing this post, but you know what they say, better late than never, right? Several weeks ago I hopped a train to NYC for a much needed weekend away with my mom and sister. I think that this may have been the first time ever, apart from shopping road trips when […]

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Semi-Homemade Donuts

I’ve had a hard time writing this week. It’s not that I haven’t had things to write about, it’s that I haven’t been sure how to transition from my last post. My writing is typically pretty light and happy, but because of recent events, things have been a bit heavier here at The Daily Doss. […]

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Zhto H Ellada (Long Live Greece)

After a long week of being sick last week, I simply couldn’t stand to stay indoors any longer come Sunday. All I had done for  a week straight was come home from work and crawl right into bed. The extra rest was beautiful for the first few days, but come Saturday, my body was bored. […]

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Easter Sunday

There are few things that make me happier than hosting people in my home. It’s a lot of work, and we truthfully don’t have much space for large get-togethers, but there’s nothing like the warmth of friends and the sound of their laughter to fill my home. Due to renovations, Easter 2012 was the first […]

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On the Menu

Spring is coming. I can feel it. The days are growing longer, the weather a bit warmer. The birds are chirping their happy song, and the flowers are starting to peak out from the Earth. After a cold and white winter, I welcome the color and warmth of spring. My palate is craving fresh herbs, […]

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