I have been meaning to do this post for a while now. For once, because ever since I tried couscous I actually fell in love with it. Now it is one of those things you can always find in my cupboard, along with all the ingredients to make it to a salad. Best thing about it?Continue reading “Couscous salad and a picnic”
Fried potatoes, or Bratkartoffeln is one of the classics of the german cuisine. When visiting Bavaria, chances are you’ll have it on your plate sooner or later. I guess my luck then because it’s one of my favourite dishes, even though I haven’t cooked it in a while. Continue reading “Fried potatoes with asparagus”
It’s been a while since my last post. Longer than I wanted, but the last week was pretty rough on us. We had three different medical conditions in the house and it got even more hectic towards the end of the week. Due to the sleepless nights and pains we even forgot the pancake day! So when the weekend came, we wanted to take it easy. Continue reading “Mushroom ragout with Polenta dumplings”
My last post is over a week overdue and I feel awful. A fine foodbloger I am. Coming home from work much later doesn’t really leave much time, or energy, to try something new. Especially when you realise you still have to do the shopping. But that is a part of being an adult, right? We press the butt cheeks together and deal with it. Continue reading “Kohlrabi curry with pine nuts and spring onions”
I’m probably late again. Can’t really say why, but the first Advent caught me without the tree or any christmas decorations whatsoever. I have a feeling I’m the only one not talking about christmas yet. To my defence I can say I’ve been to the christmas market. Actually 4, but since in Munich every city district has its own christmas market, you will stumble upon … Continue reading Veggie casserole!