As it’s getting more christmassy every day now, I’d like to share my favorite Christmas market dish with you! The German name is ‘Handbrot’ which could be translated by hand-bread (if you like it badly translated, otherwise just call it stuffed bread…). It’s basically fresh rye bread, traditionally stuffed with ham, cheese and mushrooms (which can be replaced with pretty much everything) and topped with a dollop of sour creme. This is really popular in Germany, be it as a midnight snack at your fave music festival in summer or, as I mentioned, to keep you warm at a Christmas market in winter. It’s a great snack to bring for parties and to have with your friends after or before a long night out or for dinner with a nice cup of hot mulled wine! And for the second Advent week, I’ll show you how you can make it yourself : ) Continue Reading
who likes cooking seasonally?! Well, I do and it’s yellow turnip season and here’s my amazing recipe for yellow turnip stew, which I created last week. Continue Reading
I guess, by now everyone has noticed that I spent the last week making a giant calabaza pumpkin into everything I could think of. Well, here’s another great recipe for you to try and love: pumpkin ketchup! You don’t need any fancy-pants spices, just plain and natural ingredients that are available everywhere on the planet (I guess)! Ever minded that tomato ketchup always tastes much too sweet? Now you have the chance to sweeten and spice the sauce to your liking! To me, this is a new world and I feel so powerful being able to decide about the ingredients of my very own ketchup. And this one is refined sugar free, gluten free, vegan and completely plantbased, just saying… Continue Reading
what’s up fellas? You are about to read how to prepare my fall version of the classic Italian lasagne. This one is with bacon, but it’s easily made vegetarian and even vegan, by leaving out the bacon and sub milk and butter with plantbased variants in equal parts. The taste is really something else! One of my friends never liked pumpkin at all, until I gave her this lasagne!! And it becomes something really special through the fresh thyme, that I love so much in fall!! Continue Reading
I hope you are all well!
This is literally the freaking best salad ever!
It is packed with only good things and is really really versatile and just the embodiment of satisfying. I like it best when it has a mix of sweet and tangy – mango, lime, spring onions and chili. If you need a big meal, you can serve fried tofu or any kind of meat or fish with it. Continue Reading