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  • Follow it up with any of their desserts, you just can't go wrong, but I love their strawberries and "schlag" a.k.a. whipped cream.

    The Fifth Down

  • More like saccarhine mit schlag, and an overdose of schmaltz.

    Think Progress » Steele on serving as RNC chair: God has ‘placed me here for a reason.’

  • I love Amsterdam, it is a beautiful city and myself and Mrs NotaSheep can wander through the Jordan and along Prinsengracht, Herengracht and Keizersgracht stopping only to look in art galleries and drink the occasional chocolat mit schlag.

    The tolerant Amsterdammers

  • I love Amsterdam, it is a beautiful city and myself and Mrs NotaSheep can wander through the Jordan and along Prinsengracht, Herengracht and Keizersgracht stopping only to look in art galleries and drink the occasional chocolat mit schlag.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • It's self-indulgent for sure — consider the close-up of schlag mounded luxuriously over a slab of strudel and of a swastika the basterds carve on a Nazi's forehead.

    'Basterds' Has Sound, Fury, Bafflement

  • I want to live in Munich, and drink kafe mit schlag in old cafes, and ride an old bicycle through the park, and read Goethe in German, of course- I should probably start learning.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • I want to live in Munich, and drink kafe mit schlag in old cafes, and ride an old bicycle through the park, and read Goethe in German, of course- I should probably start learning.

    Ich Bin Ein Munchener

  • Opening night brought forth a surfeit of Viennese schlag: Bonbons by Franz von Suppé and Johann Strauss bracketed an exquisitely played Mozart Piano Concerto No. 17, with the supremely buoyant Norwegian pianist Lief Ove Andsnes as soloist, and two familiar Mozart arias, sung with radiant intensity by the young German soprano Dorothea Roschmann, who was substituting for an indisposed Thomas Quasthoff.

    Carnegie Hosts a Duel; Cleveland Honors Bruckner

  • Opening night brought forth a surfeit of Viennese schlag: Bonbons by Franz von Suppé and Johann Strauss bracketed an exquisitely played Mozart Piano Concerto No. 17, with the supremely buoyant Norwegian pianist Lief Ove Andsnes as soloist, and two familiar Mozart arias, sung with radiant intensity by the young German soprano Dorothea Roschmann, who was substituting for an indisposed Thomas Quasthoff.

    Carnegie Hosts a Duel; Cleveland Honors Bruckner

  • Opening night brought forth a surfeit of Viennese schlag: Bonbons by Franz von Suppé and Johann Strauss bracketed an exquisitely played Mozart Piano Concerto No. 17, with the supremely buoyant Norwegian pianist Lief Ove Andsnes as soloist, and two familiar Mozart arias, sung with radiant intensity by the young German soprano Dorothea Roschmann, who was substituting for an indisposed Thomas Quasthoff.

    Carnegie Hosts a Duel; Cleveland Honors Bruckner

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