An incredibly soft bread with a rather mild flavor and a large portion of healthy oats.
Few things say “autumn” more than apples. Well, maybe pumpkins—but they’re not as much fun to pick or as easy to eat. A few weeks ago we went to Grim’s Orchard and Family Farms in Breinigsville, Pennsylvania. It was wonderful to see my daughters having so much fun picking apples and walking the hills of…
Early and mid-autumn are high season for figs. I suggest you get a good handful of those aromatic fruits, a bottle of your favorite white wine and start cooking 🙂 Ingredients 1 pork tenderloin (ca. 500g / 1.1lb), cut in 4cm (1.6inch) thick medallions 5 fresh, ripe figs 113g / 4oz of mixed…
Originally from a small town near Florence, cantuccini conquered the world. I would like to share with you my own simple recipe on how to make these delicious almond biscuits yourself. What makes cantuccini so special is the fact that they are baked twice: first you bake the dough rolls, then you cut them into…
These basic cookies are a perfect dessert that can be prepared ahead of time and kept on hand for surprise guests. They can be frozen, thawed and baked and still retain the delicate buttery mouthfeel.
This great chilli recipe is one of the best dishes to serve to friends for a casual get-together. It’s easy to throw together using mostly storecupboard ingredients.
Cauliflower is all too often considered a characterless, white vegetable. This recipe proves the opposite.
With its crunchy cinnamon topping, this classic German Apfelkuchen is an autumn’s delight.
Spread it on bread or crêpes, or…spoon it straight from the jar 🙂
Like every Moroccan dish, this salad offers an explosion of flavors and colors. It can be served as a side dish, however it is hearty enough to be eaten as a meal by itself.