Valentine 's day! So a good reason for couples in love to eat a week. 😉
Again this year there was a ball block of gourmet at Christmas and so we decided to use the first coupon tonight at the B432 Diner in Klein Rönnau.
The diner was well attended, but we still got a free table. As we noted, there seems to have been a change of personnel since our last visit, which has done the diner good.
We were served quickly and very kindly and it turned out there were handwritten additions in the menu. In addition, we were made a special dish tasty, which I then also opted for. So I ordered a pastry bag with minced meat, cheese and vegetables and cheese sticks with garlic dip as well as a Virgin Colada. Since I don't like onions, I ordered them off. Ronnie opted for the Mexico Burger avocado with Curley Fries and a B432 cocktail.
Since Valentine's Day was, two delicious marshmallow hearts lay on the cutlery plate today. : oops::)
Although we had to wait a while for our food, it came fresh from the oven to the table at the table. As I found while eating, unfortunately onions were in the pastry bag and I was asked after the meal if it was okay. Little tip: Maybe next time say beforehand that it is not possible to let the ordered ingredient out completely. 🙂 Nevertheless, we were very happy with the food and also the cocktails were delicious.
As we learned, the diner will soon receive a typical black white tiled floor and we were certainly not guests for the last time.
To take another bite to eat with healthy fish, today we cooked a recipe from Frauchen's youth days: Tagliatelle in salmon cream sauce.
For four moderately hungry pandas, you need:
400g salmon fillet (preferably without skin)
4 spring onions
1 tbsp butter
50ml vegetable stock
50ml white wine (recommended is Pinot Grigio)
2 tsp red peppercorns (respectively Pink berries)
The preparation is quite simple and quick even for inexperienced cooking bears. First, according to the packet instructions, the pasta is cooked in salt water.
Along the way, the fresh salmon fillet is cut into finger-thick cubes and drizzled with some lemon juice. The spring onions are cleaned and finely sliced.
The butter is then heated in a large frying pan and salmon and spring onions are planted for a minute. After that, white wine and vegetable stock are added and the whole thing is evaporated without a lid for a while.
In the end, the cream, as well as the red peppercorns crushed in the mortar, is underplined and everything is briefly cooked up. Mix sauce and cooked pasta and enjoy!
Today was again one of the days when our master cooked dinner because of his late shift. And since there was a new cookbook of recipes from his childhood home at Christmas, he cooked one of them. So there was the incredibly delicious currywurst soup!
To get fed up with four bear, the cookie-loving panda needs:
175 g onions (ed. Ana: Definitely less!)
600 g bratwurst
1-2 tbsp ÖL
About. 1 tbsp curry powder
400 ml vegetable stock
1 can of tomatoes
1 pack of tomato paste
1 tbsp brown sugar
About. 75g curry ketchup
150 g Schmand
100g potato sticks
First, the onions are peeled and diced. Then you slice the sausages and roast them in oil.
The fried slices are then taken out of the pot and the onions are attached in the remaining frying fat. Next, the curry powder is dusted over the onions and the whole thing sweaty briefly. Then vegetable stock, tomatoes and tomato paste are stirred. Season with salt, pepper and brown sugar and simmer covered for about eight to ten minutes.
Now the soup is mashed and the curry ketchup is stirred. Now the sausage comes back into it, gets heated and the finished soup is tasted.
Finally, the stuffed plates are refined and served with shmand and potato sticks. If you like, you can also use curry powder to arrange. 🙂
Since our master, like us, likes to try new things, he wanted the board game "The Legends of Andor" for his birthday. It received the critics ' award as "connoisseur's game of the year" in 2013.
That's how we tested the game today for the first time. With the guest who bent us this weekend, we ventured to the introductory game. The game guide that contributes to the game illustrates very well how the playing field is being set up. The legend cards that explain the gameplay and have tasks ready for the heroes explain the workings of a train and the possible actions.
Unfortunately, we had to make two attempts to finish the introductory game successfully. On our first attempt, as usual, we played off happily on it. However, as we have learned, in this game Panda has to think through the actions strategically, anticipate the traits of the monsters and always keep an eye on all the goals as well as the playing field. In addition, it is advisable not to stop simply if the game already seems lost. In hindsight, we realized that we could still have won the first game! : shock:
We played our second attempt with the warrior, the archer and the magician. As events and new tasks are determined by the narrator, who is moved on a ledge on the edge of the pitch by defeating monsters and starting a new day, we had to be careful not to defeat too many opponents. Because the narrator bar ranges from A to N and all tasks have to be completed before the narrator reaches the field N. Among other things, we have also realised that just because a bridge is not passable, Panda doesn't necessarily have to take the second bridge. Because every river, after all, has a spring where smart beards can just walk past. 😉
Since we have the hang of it now, the game is incredibly fun for us and brings a lot of joy to the board table with the additional extensions (which contain new adventures and additional heroes)!
We had booked for this in advance, as only a certain number of visitors to the facility is allowed. Unfortunately, our booking seemed to have become a bit confused and so we often hung behind large groups and therefore had to skip a track and then make up for it later.
The mini golf experience costs about €7,000 per nose. You get one racket each, each a 3D glasses as well as a clamping board with Kuli and points. You can't eat and drink on the plant … There is a wardrobe outside for the jackets. First you get into a small anteroom, get a little pirate film shown and already the treasure hunt can begin!
The search takes over 18 mini golf lanes through the jungle, past mermaids and sharks, over shipwrecks to the great treasure.
Unfortunately, the tracks are quite crooked, so sometimes a few inches to the hole were already too much … 🙁 The golf ball must be beaten over steep sloping, by narrow openings or past obstacles.
With three people, it took us about an hour and a half.
The mini golf course is slightly darkened, so that the murals and mini golf tracks as well as the ball shone brightly in the black light. In addition, the black light colours came into the room through the 3D glasses and it looked like the golf track was floating. Unfortunately, I became so dizzy from it that I had to play without glasses … : cry:
After enriching ourselves with the treasure, we went to the associated restaurant Colinar.
As a starter, we got a bread basket of delicious fresh bread and a fruity tomato butter. I ordered an alcohol-free cocktail Sportsman as well as sea salmon fried in egg sleeve with roast potatoes and salad. The fish had seemingly already had its good times, but it was still okay. Ronnie ate Spare Ribs with bread and salad. He was happy with his food and he was particularly thrilled by the garlic dip. As a drink, he chose an Ipanema. Our guest had chosen the upcoming specialty of the house, the gallows skewer, and was pleasantly surprised. 🙂
This weekend we had a visit that is interested in seafaring and therefore visited the European Hanseatic Museum in Lübeck.
Admission for the Hanseatic musem, the adjoining castle monastery and the Hanselabor laboratory costs €1300 per panda. Right next to the cash register are small and large lockers, in which you have to include your backpack. A backpack and 3 jackets fit comfortably into a large locker. 😉
Then on the other side of the ticket office it goes on to the elevator, which transported us down into the exhibition. There we got to know the history of the building in the first section, which now houses the museum.
After that we started really: With many maps and texts, the story of the Hanseatic League, from the idea to the ascent to its last day, is told from the second room. The inquisitive panda wanders through 14 differently designed areas, all of which are beautiful to look at and designed according to the theme. Topics include: Lübeck around 1226, plague around 1367, Lodon around 1500 and Hanseatic Day 1518.
We particularly liked the interactive ticket system. In many museums you only get your ticket in order to prove the paid admission. In the Hanseatic Museum, however, it also serves as a key to activating the various information terminals. Very stylish and well done! We also found the photo booth, which offers visitors the opportunity to take a photo in the clothing of the time. Unfortunately, you then have to buy them at the checkout, too bad. 🙁
Due to our reservation for mini golf, we were in a hurry. That's why we didn't read all the panels but got a bit hectic on the last few meters. : shock: Despite our haste, it still took us two hours for the museum. So to make a detailed visit, you should allow enough time!
Nevertheless, we wanted to see the rest and flitted up to the castle monastery on hurried paws. We made a short stop on the roof terrace, from which you have a nice view of the Trave.
Due to rain, we borrowed in the museum three umbrellas, which, arriving at the monastery, could be stored in a stand. Our visitor went directly to the first floor in order to be able to examine the in-depth information on the exploration of Hanseatic history for a longer time. We, on the other hand, started on the ground floor, where you get a glimpse of the old Dominican monastery. There we could admire the well-preserved sacristy, parts of the restored hospital and cloister.
Afterwards we also scurried up the stairs to the Hanselabor, where we were amazed at the last Hanseatic Day, could take a look into the last contor of the Hanseatic League and discover the old remand prison. In addition, an old courtroom is preserved, which has an awe-inspiring effect with its dark wood. : shock:
Then it was time to leave and we said goodbye to the museum to go to mini golf.
We were lucky that we had reserved a table a long time ago, because the saloon was very crowded. So we sat comfortably in the main room and were able to enjoy the cosy atmosphere.
The menu had apparently changed since our last visit, we definitely realised there are no hot dogs left. 🙁 Otherwise, the selection was still varied. In addition, there was also a special that Ronnie immediately ordered: A burger with crispy chicken in cornflake panade with chilli mayonnaise, bacon and peanut sauce. To do this, he ordered gold nuggets to be baked with chilli con carne and cheese. As a drink, he got a Santa Maria. Ronnie was very excited about his food, as is customary with him at the Mones. 🙂
I ordered a burrito Carlos. This should actually be filled with chilli con carne, fried vegetables and cheese. Instead of fried vegetables, however, I had raw food salad rather than stuffing and one only noticed something very sporadically from the cheese. In addition, I was also surprised that the burrito was served cold rather than warm, because I had imagined it crispy baked with melting cheese. : shock: As a side dish I got another coleslaw, which I did, but I overeat as I was, almost completely took home, and a guacamole. 🙂 The homemade Ginger Lemonade was delicious, but also quite expensive.
First of all, we got a bread basket with delicious quark-dip and we tasted the delicious Corn Dogs and the herb baguette. A very appetizing start! 🙂
At the end of the feast we were rinvigorated and satisfied. : oops:
At the wedding fair Heart to Heart in Lübeck, we took with us, as already mentioned, some brochures of possible locations.
Today we visited the Waldhotel Riesebusch in Bad Schwartau. The night before we called and were able to reserve a table for both of us without any problems for the following Sunday lunchtime. 🙂
Already on arrival we were somewhat disappointed by the sight of the forest hotel, because the building looks quite old and inconspicuous. A few meters away there is a large sports field and otherwise the surroundings are rather murformer …
The inside then surprised us, however. The guest room is divided into a smaller, slightly more old-fashioned part and into a large, bright, modern hall. There is also a kind of kitchenette, presumably for buffets and a parquet area that invites you to dance.
We got a table in the smaller part of the guest room and were served very kindly. After reviewing the rather extensive, rather regional map, we opted for a poultry fricassee with a maracuja juice and a boar goulash with dumplings, cream and cranberries as well as a Spezi. First, we were given a small bread basket with a kind of remoulade as a starter.
The food came very quickly and it tasted really good. However, my portion of Frikassee was far too big for me. : shock: Luckily, the rest was bagged to me. 🙂 Unfortunately Ronnie had one or the other tough pieces of meat with him, but he was satisfied anyway. The prices were quite reasonable for the portion size. For the two dishes and drinks, we paid just under €37th.
As the name "Waldhotel" suggests, there is not only a restaurant, but also a hotel and a café.
The restaurant is easily wheelchair accessible. The old toilets in the small guest room are not wheelchair suitable. However, the new ones in the large guest room are very spacious and could be used with help.
Every other weekend in January, smitten souls gather in the Music and Congress Hall (MuK) in Lübeck. This is where the wedding fair heart to heart takes place. This year we were also in the lot.
Right in front of the hall is a large, relatively inexpensive parking lot with parking meters. Admission costs €9.50 per heart. As it's naturally cold and mostly wet in January, we gave off our protective zumace slopes at the dressing room for €1th each and plunged into the fray.
There were around 100 stalls in the foyer around the theme of the wedding and the theme of the wedding. Party. So there were DJs, restaurants, locations, confectioners, underwear, wedding rings and, of course, wedding dresses.
The highlight of the fair days are the fashion shows of the three largest regional wedding outfitters: Fashion house Schumacher, bridal fashions Jelen and bridal salon Engelstraum. The models were styled by female stylists on site. The fashion shows were really pretty to look at, even if there was one or the other little glitch. 😉 Not so nice to look at were the only partially buttoned clothes and the hanging ribbon for hanging the clothes …
On our walk through the exhibition hall, we also stopped at some booths to get more information or to make use of discount campaigns. For example, we arranged an appointment with the bridal stylist Krystina from Klein Rönnau and now get a 10% discount. 🙂 On the wheel of fortune of Jils Bride from Neumünster, I won a voucher worth €150. Unfortunately, however, this only applies until 19.02.2019… For that, we both won at the wheel of fortune from bridal modes Jelen: Ronnie snatch a £75 voucher and I get one worth £100s'. These are valid until the end of 2020. 🙂 If we had made an appointment directly, we could have saved up to 30% in addition.
At the pie stalls, we admired the delicious masterpieces of pastry shop Wieck and baker's, where we got a sample cakepop that was super-juicy and chocolatey.
The dream room is located on the upper floor and is unfortunately only accessible by stairs. Unfortunately, it is also not possible to have a wedding ceremony on Sunday here. Mayor Gerd Lentföhr can be reached on 04555 2 70 or email@example.com.
The dream room in the Grade II listed mill is barrier-free and can accommodate a maximum of 90 guests. A wedding ceremony on Sunday is possible by the mayor Dietrich Herms. You can reach it in person at any time under firstname.lastname@example.org or 04551-84740.
The estate is designed for weddings of different sizes. This allows weddings with up to 40 people in the gatehouse store. Wedding sessions with up to 60 guests can be celebrated in the tenne, with up to 100 people in the coachshed and with up to 300 guests in the cowshed. A wedding ceremony in the pavilion is also possible. Room rents range from €150th to more than €500, depending on the size of the trauma. The wedding ceremonies by Mayor Bettina Albert are also possible on Sundays. Since it is an old manor, there are cobblestones, but you are allowed to drive by car to the door of the gatehouse storage and then only a hand-wide stage can be overcome by wheelchair. The wedding ceremony under the pavilion would also be wheelchair suitable. An evangelical fieldstone church is also part of the courtyard. If you are interested, contact email@example.com or call Kathrin Kowalski on 0171 199 4440.
For general questions, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, otherwise you should contact the respective contacts (usually the mayors).