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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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Spanish Cilantro Chicken Pasta  Posted on 09/16/2014
Pasta has to be one of my favorite things to cook and eat, versatile and fills you up! Though it’s normally associated with Italian cuisine I grew up eating it every which way Spanish style! This chicken recipe is one of my favorites...
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Feliz Día de la Independencia!  Posted on 09/15/2014
This post is a part of the Spanish Heritage Bog Hop, please see the end for more details and free giveaways! There is some great stuff and amazing blogs, don’t miss out! Out here where I live, in a little village on the foothills of...
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Where It Began and Where I’m Going  Posted on 09/14/2014
By the time I was 10 I’d lived in Costa Rica, Guam and North America. It was the 70′s, my mom was a young expat and so were all her friends who were from different parts of the world. Life in Costa Rica and Guam were especially...
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End of Summer Salad  Posted on 09/11/2014
I can’t believe it’s the end of summer already but that’s probably because summer never actually came to Bavaria this year, I was wearing a scarf in August. But there is still some good summer fruit lingering around so I...
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Ensalada de Repollo  Posted on 09/11/2014
Ensalada de Repollo is a very common salad found all over Costa Rica, in English the name translates onto “Cabbage Salad” it’s similar to a cole slaw but using lemon instead of mayonnaise and fresh cilantro, a much...
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Ode to Beirut  Posted on 09/09/2014
Beirut, a city whose rich food, culture and beauty had once earned it the nickname, The Paris of the East, this draw would also make it one of the highest ranking members of my travel list. Unfortunately this was not always the first thing...
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Lebanese Beef Stew  Posted on 09/08/2014
This stew is warming to your home, heart and belly! An aromatic rich meaty stew perfect for cooling temperatures! I paired this with my Baby Pumpkin and Garlic Sauce recipe and they went perfect together. Red wine, warm bread, you’re...
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Baby Pumpkin and Garlic Sauce  Posted on 09/07/2014
I first discovered the baby pumpkin and garlic sauce appetizer at the Helmond An Afghan restaurant in Baltimore. I must have been one of their best customers, I’d go at least once a week, bring friends and insist they order it just...
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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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