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added on 05/08/2014 by: Adrianakroeller
I’m Adriana, a native of Costa Rica who was living in the US minding my own business till I met my husband on a solo trip in Europe. In 2012 I choose to leave my busy city life in the states and pursue a life of travel and writing, dividing my time between my husbands home country of Germany and Costa Rica with our little one in tow! Big change, Expat life, Big beer and Good times! I’ve created Changing Plate to share the culture & beauty from living and traveling in both countries along with my experiences as a traveling mother. I hope you enjoy your time here, I love hearing from readers so please stop in and introduce yourselves, I like having names to the people I connect with. Thank you, Gracias, Danke!
 tags: 14, 9, Culture, Family life, Food
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South Indian Chicken Stew  Posted on 04/16/2015
After reading Sruthy’s food story you’re probably ready for her recipe! When I met with her she served this delicious coconut based stew with Idiyappam or “string hoppers” I was game to make them however they...
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Sruthy, From India to Munich  Posted on 04/16/2015
Sruthy This past weekend I passed the Plate onto Sruthy from Kerala in South India, she was warm and welcoming, inviting me into her home and cooked us an amazing meal while we chatted about her home county and the food she misses. Here is...
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Renate’s Insalata D’Orzo  Posted on 04/10/2015
This beautiful recipe for Insalata D’Orzo was shared by Renate, my first guest on Slice of Life. She discovered this recipe in a small locals restaurant during one of her many visits to Verona, Italy When I made this I asked myself,...
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The Scale of Injustice  Posted on 04/10/2015
Renate Walking into Renate’s home it would be easy to think that you’d wandered into the home of an Italian. You’d see her extensive collection of Italian cookbooks on the shelves, the Italian decor throughout her home...
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A Fresh New Spring Brings a Fresh Start  Posted on 04/08/2015
Happy Spring! I hope wherever you are in the world you’re enjoying this fresh time of year. Bavaria still has a chilly grip on us and doesn’t seem to want to let go, so if you’re somewhere warm and sunny, don’t...
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All Good Things Come to Those Who Eat  Posted on 03/08/2015
    Good morning and Happy Sunday! I can’t believe it’s been almost three weeks since we got home! Where does the time go? It’s a busy time in the life of Adriana, (Shit, let’s be real, when is it not??)...
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Top 10 Tips For Traveling Costa Rica With a Baby  Posted on 02/26/2015
You want to take your baby to Costa Rica? Great idea!  Having just wrapped up 3 months of continues travel with my 1-year-old through all 7 Providences of Costa Rica I learned a thing or two about how to travel it right and...
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What Long Term Solo Travel With A Baby Taught Me  Posted on 02/24/2015
Are you crazy? Aren’t you scared? If it sucks you can always come home. Isn’t the baby a little young? Oh, I don’t know. God, your brave. Good luck with that. Better you then me. I’d never! What does your husband...
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Nestling Back Into Snowy Europe  Posted on 02/23/2015
It’s funny, I’ve spent these past few months so engrossed into my experience, I’ve forgotten how much I love it here in Europe till I got back, It certainly does has a flair all its own doesn’t it? So many unique...
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  • arq.jaque2014
    arq.jaque2014 08 August 2014 22:20:59

    Hi, I am italian linving in Brazil....I lived in London for 8 years... and now i am looking for a job in Germany..my boyfriend ,that´s brazilian ,did his PHD in Germany... so we are planning to moving over there.. the problem is: i don´t speak german......lol....see ya

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