Four Sweet Weeks of Advent

Four Sweet Weeks of Advent

  Christmas is just around the corner. It’s time to dust off the baking tins, and stock up on Christmas spices! It’s not a secret that I love to spend time in the kitchen, always preparing, cooking up new meals, but my favorite time for baking is definitely the...

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The Wild Things

The Wild Things

It’s hunting season. I haven’t realized that it’s time, only when I’ve faced the signs around the forest we go regularly walking to. „Hunting”. Then I’ve heard a few shots fired far away. ...Bang, Bang... On the way home some very old memories popped into my mind. I...

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Cheesy

Cheesy

  For about the first 10 years of my life, cheese meant only one thing, Trappista. This was the Jolly Joker of cheeses. It tasted good with everything. If I wanted to eat a ham sandwich, I topped it with Trappista. Battered, fried cheese, I reached for Trappista....

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Autumn Colors – Pumpkin Feast

Autumn Colors – Pumpkin Feast

Fall came early this year. There was no smooth transformation, from hot, sticky summer weather to cold autumn days. No Indian summer, no warning not even a tiny hint at all, that is time to pack away the summer dresses and time to dust off the rain boot. One day was still hot and sunny, and the next day the new season hit us with all its harshness and I welcomed it with open arms.

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A New Beginning

A New Beginning

I am not new to blogging. Several years ago, as I was searching for myself, I found comfort in baking and started to write a food blog. As my passion for food turned into my profession, I had less and less time to nurture my blog, so I gave up on it. I had enough cooking and recipe writing for clients. It suited me and felt lucky that I am able to do what I really like. And you know what they say, – If you do what you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life.

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