Category German Ex-Pat Food-Homesickness Hacks
There is this traditional (northern) German dish. It’s a dish with steaming hot salt potatoes (peeled or not) served with a cold ‘herring salad’ or ‘cream herring’. It used to be a ‘poor people’s’ dish, but those times are long since gone and all sorts of poor people’s food has become quite popular, also because […]
Very delicious this one. And the first yeast-bread I somewhat mastered! It is soooooooo good!!! I started making this without a mixer, so it is possible, the ‘Krume’ as it is called in German – the stuff inside the crust, will not turn out as flexible and homogenous if you make it by hand, but […]
I’m near sure there are hundreds of countries with thousands of recipes for an egg salad – and most of them are probably really good. However, on a visit back in the home country I was annoyed by the small portion of the store-bought egg salad and quickly whipped up a home-made version, using what […]
Happy New Year in the Common Era / BC timescale. We may celebrate another one for other occasions. No reason wasted to celebrate! I’m starting light into the new year. Recipe-wise at least. A ‘recipe’ requiring just three ingredients and a turner and a pan. Easy, fresh and sooo yummy. More of a cooking suggestion, […]
Just because – a little Christmas special! This is amazing. I never knew how easy it is to make homemade gelato (which translates to ice-cream). Having an ice cream maker at hand is not even necessary, even though the results get somewhat better, but not to the point where it becomes a major problem without […]
It’s addictive and full of energy, but not necessarily the kind of energy source you need more of. Nutella is full of simple sugars. However, about twice a year I have an episode where I eat a jar. This recipe allows me to get a bit more control over what I spread on my piece […]
Italy. It features ancient culture, emotional language, loving and interesting people and last but not least bloody awesome (and healthy) cuisine. I’m happy Italy isn’t everywhere, since there are soooo many uncounted delicous cuisines (and awesome cultures and people), but you can bring a little bit of Italy (alsmost) everywhere.
Ah the glory of your childhood foods. This homemade Iglo Rahmspinat Copycat recipe has stilled my cravings. I hope you like it, too!