Baked Spicy Cajun Panko Croquettes Recipe Culture & Cuisine

I had my first croquettes, or croquetas, while we were in Barcelona, Spain. Since, they’ve been on my list of recipes I’d love to try out at home and recently, I finally had the opportunity (and ingredients on hand) to try it out. The croquetas I had in Spain were made with Iberian ham, manchego cheese, and dough, but M doesn’t eat ham, and I...

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My Favorite Korean Language Resources (So Far) Language Resources

It has now officially been about six or so months since Lindsay and I started up our Korean Language Challenge, and so I thought I would share my favorite Korean Language Learning Resources with you (so far). Eggbun I recently discovered this app and I am totally and completely head over heels with it. It’s a fun and engaging tool that uses an adorable character...

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A Review of Little Pim | French & Mandarin Chinese Eurolinguiste

This past month, M and I have experienced a pretty big change, welcoming a new addition to our little family. We’ll call him Little Linguist for now. 😉 Before having kids, M and I spoke about our plans regarding language, particularly because we are a bilingual couple living in a monolingual country. M’s family speaks one language and mine speaks another, and we agreed that...

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The Story of Writing Review | Language Reading Challenge Language Resources

Welcome to the eighth official Language Reading Challenge Update and Linkup! As a quick recap of what we’ve read so far this year, you can check out the previous months’ challenges here: January // Book about the culture of the area you’re studying February // Book in your target language March // Travel book or travelogue related to region that uses the language you’re studying...

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A Review of Eggbun | a Korean Language Learning App Eurolinguiste

These past few months I’ve hosted the Korean Language Challenge along with Lindsay Dow of Lindsay Does Languages, and it has been a wonderful language learning experience. It was the first time I’ve learnt another language with someone else, and it really did wonders for my motivation. Partnering up with another learner is definitely something that I’ll consider doing again in the future. But alas,...

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The Barcelona Cathedral | Things to Do In Barcelona, Spain Travel

While going on our self-guided walking tour in Barcelona, we accidentally (and happily) stumbled across Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia, Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, the Cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona. A photo posted by Shannon Kennedy (@eurolinguiste) on Apr 22, 2015 at 3:20pm PDT Interesting...

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Chococurb | Unboxing and Review Culture & Cuisine

When it comes to subscription boxes, I think that one of the best things about them is getting access to products you wouldn’t necessarily choose for yourself and that you might not be able to find locally. And when it comes to little indulgences, like chocolates or sweets, I tend to go with something quick and easy (and that’s tried and true) rather than experiment...

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