Tasty links in November

I m www pass a lot of exciting things. Here are a few link treats that you should know in November:

Deli Magazine Cover "Yikes," Valentina thought as she held the new food title deli from the Gruner & Jahr publishing house. "We've already seen that!" And right. Here's how you read it:
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Tasty links in November

A great idea, this two-line shop thing Stevan Paul is introducing us to. Wolfgang Wopperer and Nick Beholz have started the project as a temporary shop for local products from local production. There you will find everything that was produced within a radius of 3 kilometers in your own neighborhood. And that's a whole lot: "Whether chocolates, furniture and sewing, Arduino and Sugru hacks or cooking and preserving. Three evenings a week, every Sunday afternoon, and always with fantastic teachers and laboratory workers, we are celebrating making mulled wine and beer ourselves. "The PopUp Store will open its doors from 1 - 21 December at the Grüner Jäger in Hamburg St. Pauli. With such a great neighborhood, the heart beats me higher! And Stevan is still looking for support! Read more on NutriCulinary:
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Tasty links in November

Steffi von Ohhh ... Mhhh ... saw it again first and shared on facebook: The Finnish blog HEYLOOK has a great DIY advent calendar to download and copy for us. You just have to share something like this. So if you want to impress with a truly befitting advent calendar for December 1st, check here:
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Tasty links in November

Katharina cooks makes us really curious now. She not only comes around the corner with a tantalizing recipe for (CAUTION) Caramel Speculoos with Fleur de Sel - she also announces an entire online magazine on baking, which she will be sharing with 5 other bloggers in Own direction has developed. The fact that the magazine carries the lovely name HILDA only makes us more impatient. Because it will appear only at the end of November for cookie high season. So - stay tuned here:
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