Safe ‘n’ Sound

I could tell you all about the 11 hour train ride I took from Raleigh to DC. Or the equally long flights from DC to London to Munich (cumulatively). Or how it’s been 60 degrees and raining all day.

Yes, I could tell you about all of those travel tragedies, but those stories would detract from the pure bliss I’ve derived from the following: spending time with excellent and generous hosts in DC and Munich, evading Icelandic volcano eruption #2 (unlike #1), learning German from a three year-old, being picked up from the Munich airport in a Porsche convertible, eating two-hour-long dinners with my family, having a floor of the house to myself, and finding out that I can still have an iPhone while I’m here. You know, the little things in life.

I plan to cook again in the very near future, promise. Last time I was here, I introduced my hostess to southern North American cuisine, in a food movement I called “Southern Germany, Meet the Southern USA.” I’m looking forward to continuing that same movement, particularly now that I’ve confirmed the presence of sweet potatoes in this country.

Any suggestions for what southern/American foods I should cook for my family?

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3 responses to “Safe ‘n’ Sound

  1. Jeanne Simpson

    How about making shrimp and grits? Yum. Remember we had it one time and you loved it. There’s also southern fried chicken and collards….or just serve them watermelon….yum again. Have a great time and keep in touch with us all. Love ya….J

  2. Hey Meggie,
    Glad to hear all is well and you made it safely. You are missed, but I am certain you are having a great time. Two more four day weeks and summer vacation! Yippee!!!
    Let me know how it goes from time-to-time.

  3. how about good old fashioned hamburgers and potato salad?

    so awesome you can use your iphone, and the pick up from the airport in a porsche….i still think my favorite would be two hour long meals! 🙂

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