Traditional American Easter Meal

American Easter Brunch
Thanksgiving is undoubtedly the quintessential American holiday, but Americans also showcase their festive spirit, especially when it comes to Easter (and, of course, the traditional Easter meal). Classic egg hunts, typical American parades, and, of course, a multi-course feast of the highest caliber – Easter in the USA is an annual experience to look forward to, not just because of the typical Easter meal.

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From Mardi Gras to Carnival - American-style Fasching

American-style Fasching
What we in Germany call "Karneval" or "Fasching" is known as "Mardi Gras" among our friends, especially in the southern United States. The enthusiastic celebration of this festival with costumes and more, particularly in New Orleans, is no coincidence. Whether it's the Dia de Los Muertos in Mexico or the world-famous Brazilian Carnival, the further south you go from New Orleans, the more the festive spirit and the extravagance of costumes increase.

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Pumpkin Spice And Everything Nice

The colorful leaves glide through the air as if being pulled by invisible strings, until they finally land on the ground, causing it to shine in various colors. On the streets, you can see more and more people wearing flannel shirts, wrapping scarves around their necks, or throwing on a jacket over their sweater. Autumn has arrived, and we all look forward to the treats and beauties it brings with it.

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