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  1. krissy @ the food addicts

    Gosh, I would love to visit Germany in the near future. I just went to France and Italy last year, so Germany is still on my to-do list. Thanks for sharing your travels!

  2. Simply Life

    you’re definitely right about the pretty part – sorry the taste didn’t match up!

  3. Lauren

    “Sometimes food just tastes better when you document it.”

    Anthony Bourdain just did an episode on your/my kind last night. Interviewed food bloggers, who claimed that their obsession with food “filled a void.” I prefer not to look into the dark emptiness of my soul to verify that. Besides, Mr. Bourdain does the exact same thing with a bigger budget, so I’m thinking he’s not one to judge.

  4. L-izzle

    My love for quark is surpassed only by my love for the word ‘quark’.

  5. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL Hannah I think food tastes better when it’s been photographed from multiple angles. Honestly! 😀 So I couldn’t agree more!

  6. Fiona

    hehe the more pics the better! helps with the mindfulness of the sit.

  7. Louise

    We food photographers just have to shrug off the amused glances of those who don’t understand our mission.

  8. Ash

    No, Hannah, you ARE crazy for taking multiple pictures of a slice of cake in a cardboard box 😛

    But since we all appreciate your efforts, it’s all OK 😉

  9. BitterSweet

    Fascinating- I’ve actually never seen quark in real life. I wonder what a vegan equivalent would taste like!

    It’s also very cool to see your travel series, since my dad will be moving to Germany soon.

  10. Hannah

    Krissy: You’re more than welcome! I’m headed to France and Italy next, actually – do you have any recommendations?

    Simply Life: Oh, it tasted quite good by the end 🙂

    Lauren: I just read an article about that – it does seem awfully hypocritical of him, as he’s become rather rich and famous by documenting food!

    L-Izzle: I almost made the title of this a joke about ducks and quarking, because it’s an awesome word… but it was a really bad joke 😛

    Lorraine: It really, really does, doesn’t it!!

    Fiona: Exactly! And I’ve been working on mindfulness for a year or so now, so it’s all good!

    Louise: Precisely. And we’ve got to stick together, too 🙂

    Ash: Aww. It’s nice to be tolerated if not quite understood 😛

    Bittersweet: Lucky you for getting the excuse to visit Germqny often! You should definitely check out the above links and the restaurants in them… I’m pretty sure they serve the vegan equivalent (of the cheesecqke itself, at least!)

  11. Kath Lockett

    I soooooo want to have a slice of cheesecake for breakfast right now!

  12. Hannah

    Kath: And why not? Dairy and carbs: why, cheesecake is practically breakfast cereal! 😀

  13. croquecamille

    Sorry, I’ve fallen behind in my blog-reading, but yes! I enjoy the lighter German version of cheesecake quite a bit. (Not that I don’t dig on the ultra-rich Amrican kind, too…) Thanks for the shout-out! 🙂

  14. Hannah

    Camille: No need to apologise! You’re the one who gave me the greenlight to fulfill my cheesecake desires 🙂

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