Backing rolls, yeast-raised pastries and brioche as tasty as from the baker

Better bake something yourself – today you’ll find here tasty recipes for bread rolls, baguettes, brioche and other yeast pastries! Beautiful recipes from the category cooking & baking as from the baker. Table of contents:Baking bread rolls and baguettesRecipe: Brioche-knot / Brioche-braidsYeast plait and pudding piecesLogi-Bread – A tasty and carbohydrate-reduced breadThe list of ingredients … Continue reading “Backing rolls, yeast-raised pastries and brioche as tasty as from the baker”

Delicious recipes for roast patties with and without meat

The following post is a guest contribution from Baby-Kind-Blog.de: Some small but fine ideas for lunch and dinner, but also as not only for children’s birthday parties I would like to present here now. Almost everyone likes burgers like meatballs and hamburgers. I find it nice that these are very easy to cook or fry. … Continue reading “Delicious recipes for roast patties with and without meat”

Yoga exercises – also as a supplement to karate training

The word yoga comes from Indian and means “unity” or “harmony”. Yoga and related yoga exercises are used in many different areas. From mental training, relaxation exercises, meditation to physical training, holding exercises to strengthen the muscles to yoga therapy to treat physical complaints such as back pain. Yoga sees itself as a holistic exercise … Continue reading “Yoga exercises – also as a supplement to karate training”

Delicious Pancake and Crepes Recipes

Pancakes are a popular snack and are very similar to crepes in their basic recipe. They can be prepared quickly, are delicious, and are suitable for breakfast, lunch, or as a snack in between. There are basic recipes for the dough of a pancake like sand at the sea. Here I would like to show … Continue reading “Delicious Pancake and Crepes Recipes”

The Swords of the Samurai

Among the traditional weapons of a samurai were lance, spear, bow and arrow, and other firearms, of course the sword. Kenjutsu is the generic term of all forms of the Japanese martial art with sword (sword art). Swords were already forged in Japan in the 4th century, whereby the first swordsmiths and their forging techniques … Continue reading “The Swords of the Samurai”

Build your own washbasin for your toddlers

Since our little daughter (and probably also every other toddler) would like to do everything herself, we try our best to fulfill her wish. Of course we do not want to slow down this zest for action in the bathroom when washing our hands or brushing our teeth and so a wooden children’s chair was … Continue reading “Build your own washbasin for your toddlers”

WordPress Plugin: Statistics-Light

Statistics-Light – A lightweight statistic tool for WordPress Before the DSGVO (General Data Protection Regulation GDPR) it was almost standard to integrate “Google Analytics” and other tracking services and software on your own website, blog and shop. The disadvantage was (and still is) that the data was transferred to the USA and evaluated there by … Continue reading “WordPress Plugin: Statistics-Light”

Playstation 4 / PS4 Pro Mods from the 3D Printer

The Playstation 4 was introduced in 2013 and has since been sold by Sony well over 94 million (as of January 2019) times. The slightly more powerful PS4 (Playstation 4 Pro, resolution: 3840 × 2160 and higher graphics and CPU clock rate) was launched at the end of 2016 and is still the flagship of … Continue reading “Playstation 4 / PS4 Pro Mods from the 3D Printer”

Storage boxes from the 3D printer – small and colorful sewing boxes

The following post is a guest contribution from Baby-Kind-Blog.de: When sewing you need a lot of accessories. In addition to , needles, thread and fabrics, you also have other materials flying around, such as zippers or press studs, which you can attach to your self-made baby rompers, trousers or hoodies. Table of contents:Sewing boxes for … Continue reading “Storage boxes from the 3D printer – small and colorful sewing boxes”

pi_robot – Playing with Raspberry Pi, iPad and some Code

The Raspberry Pi is still one of the most popular mini computers, not only among hobbyists. Cost-effective (about 30 to 40,- EUR depending on the model), flexible in the field of application and at the latest since the equipped with enough CPU power and memory to solve even more complex tasks. With the 1.2 GHz … Continue reading “pi_robot – Playing with Raspberry Pi, iPad and some Code”