I didn’t plan to bake any Christmas cookies this year since we are spending Christmas abroad, but my kids just wouldn’t stop talking about baking gingerbread and kids can be VERY persistent.
An incredibly soft bread with a rather mild flavor and a large portion of healthy oats.
With its crunchy cinnamon topping, this classic German Apfelkuchen is an autumn’s delight.
A tipsy jam with cherries and wine. Enjoy!
If you tried and liked my Buttermilk Bread than you will like this one as well. A plain wheat bread, refined with yogurt for extra flavor and freshness.
Making your own jam is actually easier than you think. It tastes incredible and makes a great gift to! Before you start The rule of thumb when cooking jam. Cooking jam requires only a bit of calculating, some stirring and cleanliness. That’s all. The most common ratio of fruit to sugar is 2:1, for example, 1…
This bread here is a simple wheat bread refined with buttermilk, which not only benefits the freshness of the bread but also the flavor. The delicate-sour note makes the small but subtle difference.
Ash Wednesday marks the end of all New Year’s and Carnival festivities, and the beginning of the 40 days long Lent. The word Carnival derives from Latin “carne vale” – meat, farewell! Religious people are fasting today and abstain from meat. Some people, like myself, use Lent to exercise self – discipline. I’m giving up desserts, sweets,…
Sometimes the smallest things have the biggest impact. In this case, a teaspoon of fennel seeds and a few capers turn boring minced meat into this piquant and flavourful dish.
Richer than a simple wheat bread but not as sweet as a Brioche. I reserve this bread for weekend breakfasts with the family. Butter, strawberry jam or Nutella are my favorite spreads on the Sunday Bread.