Something very simple today, and since today is Thursday I went for meatballs. I’m sure everyone knows meatballs, in any form, stuffed, baked and with variety of sides. This is one of those things my parents would make for dinner during the week, mostly on Thursdays, due to its simplicity and the fact that it’s relative fast in preparing. Accompanied by a variety of sides, … Continue reading If it’s Thursday, it’s meatballs days!
Easter is only weeks away, and I thought it’s about time to post few suitable recipes. You know, something light. I was really looking forward to it, even though outside it doesn’t feel like Spring just yet. And then today morning I looked out of the window, only to find snow and temperatures below zero. Continue reading “Savory goulash soup for cold days”
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”
I hope you are enjoying Winter as much as I do. I have been covered in snow for the good part of this year, and mind you, the year just began. Well, more like I had to go away to see the real Winter, but who wouldn’t want to wander in waist-deep snow in -20C temperatures? Continue reading “Carrot soup with an orienal twist”
Now that Christmas is over, it’s on to New Year’s Eve. It’s still 3 days left until then, but occasionally one can already hear firecrackers fired outside. Reminding that it’s time to decide how one wants to spend this evening. We decided to spend this New Year’s Eve with only few people, and I already know I’ll serve something lighter. Continue reading “Winter salad with roasted vegetables”
The first snow fell and the world starts looking like a winter wonderland again. We really enjoy this time of the year. Everything look so beautiful, well, at least as long as there is snow, and one can observe the first preparations for christmas. We already visited one christmas market and enjoyed hot glühwein with our friends. Continue reading “What to cook this Christmas? How about this roast beef with baked apple crust.”
Over the years of cooking and tasting new things and flavours, my list of favourite dishes is steadily evolving. One thing however didn’t change. And it’s the love for this soup. It was my favourite when I was a kid, and it didn’t change ever since. My mum used to make it from time to time, and it was the real highlight for me everytime we had it on the table. Continue reading “My mother’s pickled cucumber soup”
4The weather outside seems to be THE topic these days. It’s grey, rainy, windy and everyone is expecting snow. And it should fall soon. When I started wearing my wellingtons around beginning of October during the rainy days I was met with rather amused faces. Well, nobody is laughing now.
Coming home and deciding what to cook, our thoughts fall mostly on comfort food, something quick and warm. Continue reading “Dinner in 20min: Tortellini with minced meat in creamy tomato sauce”
Autumn is the time when the world becomes a little bit more colourful and one appreciates the sunny days. But also everyone’s preparing for the winter, digging up scarves and sweaters,making jams, preserves, brushing up old recipes for soups and what not. One of those Autumn recipes is this german onion cake. Continue reading “Autumn recipe, a german onion cake”
You know, I actually wanted to show you few more Oktoberfest recipes, but a fried chicken is pretty straight forward and Sauerbraten, which literally translates into sour roast, takes about a week to prepare. Well, bad planning on my side, but I’d blame it on beer. So instead I prepared something that takes max 30min to prepare and still has that bavarian flair, Continue reading “Potatoes and sauerkraut pot with cured pork”