I told you once that I don’t really like cauliflower. Well, maybe not as such. Whenever someone prepared it and it was on my plate I ate it but was never really thrilled about it. My vegetable of choice was always the broccoli. When it wasn’t available in the store, but the cauliflower was I simply ignored the fact and just left or bought carrots instead. At some point I just decided to experiment with it a little bit, adding different spices and preparing it in various different ways. Continue reading “Pikeperch with potato crust on a bed of cauliflower purée”
I don’t know if it’s me, or the Winter, but the last few weeks I have been feeling rather.. well, sleepy and more or less in energy saving mode. My motivation, or better said the lack of it, even got as far as the kitchen. So after keeping my cooking as simple as it gets, which mostly consisted of salad or just a sandwich, I thought it is time for something a little bit more fancy. Continue reading “Simple potato gratin with salmon”
Yes, it’s been weeks since I last posted anything. Since then I changed the layout of the blog, climbed few mountains, got sick and got 2nd degree burns, but most of all, the heat is driving me nuts. Everything that required longer than 5 minutes in the kitchen was off limits. Continue reading “Salmon on green vegetables”
We all dream about things. Some small, some a little bit bigger. For me, I’ve always wanted to have my own little garden, to grow chive, peas and zucchinis. I find growing my own little produce fascinating, even though sometimes I suck at it, judging by the look of the herbs I’m growing. Continue reading “Salmon with tomatoes in coconut sauce”
You probably know the feeling, when you’re immersed in something to the degree that you forget about the whole world out there. And there is nothing wrong with that. The trouble begins once you get back to reality, and realise that you’re not just hungry – you’re starving! Ordering some food seems to take ages then, and even frozen pizza lasts forever until they are … Continue reading Dinner in 15 min!
Germany is a land of sauerkraut! Having moved here few years ago I have to say, there is something to that, even though it is also very present in polish or czech cuisine. Whenever you go to a typical german restaurant, you may find at least one thing served with, or made of, sauerkraut. A soup, a side dish or as an addition to a … Continue reading Stuffed salmon on sauerkraut.