How do Muslims in Germany celebrate the feast of breaking the fast? How do traditions that shaped the childhood at home continue after decades? At the third day of Ramazan Bayram (Eid al-Fitr), I accompanied a Turkish family from near Kassel for one day. Between hearty welcomes, exuberant plates and playing children a photo series emerged that documents a nearly normal, unstaged and cliché-free day of a German-Turkish family that has been living in Germany for decades. Moments of typical family life in today’s Germany, where over seven million people with migration background enrich the country with their cultures.