Author: joram

Pasteis de Nata recipe

Here is my recipe for pasteis de nata – Portugese custard tarts. This is my version of it and because I don’t want to forget it, I’m posting it here.  There are two secrets to pasteis: First you need to roll up the puff pastry instead of folding it in the last step, and you […]

Madeira

When friends invite you to their wedding party, you don’t say no. Especially not when it is on Madeira. What better reason is there to go than to finish a week of holidays with a splendid festival of two of your friends’ love. And it gets even better if you don’t go alone but bring […]

I have been in Japan

Last year was a good year when it comes to travelling. Not only was I so lucky to see the amazing Iceland with Doro, thanks to her identity as an international woman of mystery she could bring me along to Japan as well. And so I left Europe for the first time ever on an international […]

Doram on Ice

Whoa it has been a long time. Welcome back, me. I brought something special to make up for the long silence. Photos from the most beautiful place I ever visited. Iceland. For a long time Iceland has been a dream travel country of mine. Doro was so lucky to have been there already, some years […]

SHDB16 – Building a Powerwalker

As it so happens another year passed in the blink of an eye. I moved places, made a house worth living in and got married. And last weekend it was already time for the Science Hack Day Berlin again, which attended last year with great success.

Today, ten years ago

In about a week’s time I’ll be hopefully on the shore of the French atlantic coast in Brittany. Ten years ago I’ve been already there. We were a group of friends, Henny, Yann, Giannina, Julia, Yannick and me, and just a year short of graduating high school. In August we decided to head out to […]

Veni, Vidi, Venice

Every good American knows that Europe has three Cities: London, Paris and Venice. It is of utmost importance to visit every single one of them and only them. This is to be educated about the old world and to tell the family back home, how much culture there is.