Maple-glazed Salmon with Butternut Squash & Fennel A new week begins with super duper spring weather here in Cologne and I’ve realized that the last days of Butternut Squash are counted for this season. Time to tribute this wonderful vegetable one last time before next winter. Paired with maple-glazed salmon and fennel it’s a great
The ultimate CHOCOLATE Banana Bread! Have you ever wondered, how to pimp up your ordinary banana bread? Here is what you have to try: mix some cocoa powder and chocolate chips in the batch and wake up with some extra espresso shot filled within. I saw this awesome idea over at the truly amazing Blog for
Espresso infused Hazelnut-Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Today I would like to tell you about how I started this blog and why I think, baking and blogging have more in common than you might think. Since I moved out of my parents’ house five years ago, it started to become normal for me to stand singing
When it comes down to breakfast, I would consider myself rather conservative in terms of all time favorites. Mostly because German breakfast probably is the best thing about being German :). When you ask a German person what he/she misses the most while travelling, I’m almost 100% sure the answer will be: REAL BREAD! There
Gnocchi with Sage, Butter, Cherrytomatos, roasted Pinenuts and Parmesan Since in Germany, there is no such thing as “Sunday Shopping”, everybody over here knows this moment when you realize there is – again – nothing in your fridge. For us, there are only two options in a situation like this: Either order something or get
Fig & Goatcheese Cake with Sultanas on a Biskuit Base Last week my roommate came home with a bowl of beautiful organic, homegrown green figs, that she collected at a friend’s house. Since she is not the biggest cook/baker, she insisted that I should do something with it and I was glad to do so.