It's TIME to get ready for CHRISTMAS
Time to start planning your Christmas baking … YES! Germans start this early.
Then, take a look at the new Mein Deutschland Collection below and see if you can find your favorite place in Germany? There are 195 cities and towns, some very well-known, like Münich (home of Oktoerfest) and others, lesser known places.
Whether you’re wearing the fanny pack as you travel, drinking from the ‘hearted’ mug, or dreaming on the red, yellow, and black pillow, you’ll be looking at which place you next want to visit. Or, you’ll be reminiscing about your past memorable stays in these remarkable German places.
And yes, Germans start their Christmas gift shopping early too. 🙂
Keep Your Memories Alive
Remember those delicious meals at Oma's house?
You’d go into her kitchen and find all sorts of wonderful treats: Rouladen, Red Cabbage, Black Forest Cake, Apple Strudel, and, so MUCH MORE. Lecker schmecker.* All that yumminess.
Great memories. But now, you want to enjoy these again and you wonder, “How do I make them?“
That’s where I come in. I’ll help you! Join me with Oma’s Cookbooks and together we’ll cook up a storm. Soon you’ll be cooking just like Oma and can pass on these traditional German foods to your family and friends.
As you wander through Oma’s store, make sure you look the part.
Wear one of Oma’s unique designs created just for you and your loved ones! Take a stroll through Oma’s Mode* and find just the right tee or onesie or hat or tote (and more) to proclaim your love for who you are! German at heart.
Then take a look through Oma’s Zeug* for little bits of Germany.
So wunderbar* for your own home and to use as gifts as well. Turn these into memories for your children and grandchildren. A little bit of German … and a whole lot of fun!
Let's learn a bit of German:
- Lecker schmecker* = yummy yummy
- Zeug* aka Sachen, Kram, Krempel = stuff
- Mode* = fashion
- wunderbar* = wonderful