Mainheim – A beautiful work space


Working hard on the Swedish translation here in Nürnberg. Fleissig.

It is good to get out of the city from time to time. I spend a lot of time in Nürnberg, where my BF is working. Found a beautiful cafe around the corner of the new Apartment, Cafe Mainheim. I think I will spend a lot of time here.

Soon we have our new kitchen set up. The baking stone has arrived already. I am nervous about the oven. It is always tricky. Imagine that it is not getting hot enough? Even though we spend most of the time in Berlin, I still want to be able to bake here. If I had the budget I would have invested in one of these amazing gadgets–> Backdorf.  Anyone who owns one and can tell me if they are good? I would love to have one in Berlin.

Around easter I can trade with you down here in Bavaria. Write to me and we can arrange something!





Thanks to Susanna Wellenberg who shared the tip about Backdorf!

MalinMainheim – A beautiful work space

6 Comments on “Mainheim – A beautiful work space”

  1. Fed

    Neat. Nuernberg is where I spent my very first long stay (1 month) in Germany. I was 17. One time I took a night train to Berlin and then spent the whole day (with 3 friends) seeing Berlin. This was the summer after the wall had been torn down, so I took a piece of wall (God only knows where that has ended up). Good times.

  2. fed

    I stayed with a family, in a small town near Nurnberg. It was well connected to Nuernberg by train. I was going to German language school every day and then spending some time with them. But I visited quite a few places in Bayern during that study/vacation trip: Rotheborg, Wuerzbug, Ausburg, etc. I like Bavaria. Then as a university student I spent 10 months in Muenich…living in Olympiazentrum. Haha. I would SO hate living in those boxes of apartments these days. (have you seen them? Those buildings were built for the 1972 Olympics!)

  3. Tina

    Malin! I have been following your blog and baking journey for quite a while and am exited so read that you have connections to Nbg! I hope to get to trade with you here some day soon ;) keep baking! cheers, tina

    1. Elmlid

      Hi Tina, Of course! Lets trade when I am in Nürnberg. We are still building the kitchen in our apartment but as soon as there is an oven I’d be able to bake for you.
      All the best,

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