Have you seen white asparagus before moving to Germany? Have you noticed that there are white asparagus everywhere in Germany at the moment? It is the “Spargelzeit” now in Germany! Spargelzeit means asparagus time literally. It starts in April until end of June. It is the time when white asparagus are harvested. You will see white asparagus everywhere: in supermarket; in fresh market; or directly on the fields. So, what is the best and easy recipe for cooking asparagus? Continue reading “How to cook white asparagus – Easy recipe for asparagus time”
Have you ever had a job interview in Germany? I wrote about how I got my permanent full time job in Germany without speaking German in another post. It is not easy to find an English speaking job, but it is possible. So, in this post, I am going to share with you the interview process in Germany that I went through. And also some tips from my side, how you can increase your chances of getting a job. Continue reading “My job interview in Germany: 6 tips to boost your chances of getting hired”
As a foreigner, what is it like to study in a German university? In general, there are two types of universities to choose from. The first one is the normal university, and the second one is called university of applied science (Fachhochschule). Continue reading “Study in German university”
If you have been to Germany, you know what I mean. Going to sauna means that you are going to see a lot of naked people. The most shocking thing for me at the beginning is: the sauna is mixed gender! It means that you are going to see both naked men and women in the same sauna! Continue reading “Why are German people naked in the sauna?”
One thing I like about eating out in Germany is that you can separate your bill. Yes you can separate the bill! In a very unproblematic way.
Should you tip when eating out in a restaurant in Germany?
Yes! Most people do tip a bit.
So the second question would be: how much should you tip?