Last success in 2017 and recommendation for gourmets

First try and it looked great! My sista got me one of the skull-egg-shapes and showed me some creepy pictures on pinterest where people failed with it...so she bought it for me and told me: "it will never work...." so it HAD TO WORK!! Last Saturday she wanted eggs for breakfast and I just tried … Continue reading Last success in 2017 and recommendation for gourmets

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Through the claret glass – a tale of empty stomachs, a death star and a little hedgehog

Here is a synopsis of our holidays....short, confusing and rather disjointed. I want to start with the menu, it was delicious as always but at the same time too much as always... Starter: Sparkling Cranberry Cocktail with Parmesan Shortbread (a Nigella Lawson recipe) Main dishes: saddle of venison with potato-mushroom crust, red cabbage and red … Continue reading Through the claret glass – a tale of empty stomachs, a death star and a little hedgehog

It only gets stranger…

Welcome to our annual Halloween party Part I: First of all picture of my new paperwork napkin holders - the cat, the skull and the pumpkin A bloody Americano with Bat Straws... Oh and here is a scene of our Theme story for this year: Mad sheep killing their shepherd and making Shepherd pie... But … Continue reading It only gets stranger…

The night of the living bread

Yeah it's Halloween Time but for me this week just means bread time!! While my sista was and still is cooking dinner and sweets, I spent my time making different kinds of bread and buns. For tomorrow I plan an Italian Rustica Bread and Yogurt buns... But today I want to show you my Oatmeal-Carrot-Buns … Continue reading The night of the living bread

Once there was a bread which had a crusty pumpkin head

Another recipe for an easy and delicious bread for autumn or Halloween: Buttermilk bread 350 ml buttermilk 1 pck. dry yeast 1/4 tsp sugar 1 1/2 tsp salt 250 g white flour 250 g wholewheat flour 2 Tbsp oatmeal pumpkin seeds Heat buttermilk, remove from stove, add sugar and yeast and let stand for 15 … Continue reading Once there was a bread which had a crusty pumpkin head