An autumn recipe with a lot of pumpkin to satisfy savory craving... Eine gehörige Portion Kürbis, ein Mürbeteig und ein paar weitere Zutaten - fertig ist die Herbstquiche.
Rhubarb is awesome. It really is. It's so beautiful with its green-pinkish colour and long stems. The tart flavour is unique and matches perfectly with sweet dishes. The only bad aspect: the season is short. Therefore grab as much rhubarb as you can get hold of and cook, bake and eat it, so that your… Continue reading Quick ‘n’ Easy Rhubarb Crumble Cake
Christmas cookies, chocolate treats, creamy sauces, big flavours, mouthwatering smells from the kitchen day after day, leftovers from every meal, fizzy drinks, decadent recipes, luxurious ingredients, indulgence and traditions. A marathon of good food, of delicious food. The same procedure as every year. And only one big evening left and then it's 2016 - time… Continue reading Quinoa Breakfast Bowl
I exactly remember the moment I tasted those biscuits at my friend's for the first time. It was love at first bite. A thick, dense layer of oats to sink your teeth in. Crunchy & sweet. No super exciting flavours, but down-to-earth. So easy, so quickly made, just a few ingredients. It was this honest… Continue reading Ginger-Flapjack
When did the 'beer is a drink for men' thing start? And who decided that women like wine rather than beer? Surely it wasn't Jesus, he didn't turn water into beer but wine so he didn't seem to be fussy about the whole wine & beer gender problem. Maybe he liked wine better. Or he… Continue reading Chocolate-Beer Cake