Pasta, Revisited

I cash in my Deutsche Bahn points regularly for the GU cookbooks on offer. I figure I pay a lot for train rides each month anyway so might as well get a cookbook out of it! 1 Nudel – 50 Saucen by Martin Kintrup is my favourite so far. It’s levelled up my pasta game,…

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Making a marble cake

I usually ask my mother to make marble cake for my birthday. It brings back lots of happy memories, because my Grandma used to make it for my birthdays when I was a kid. This year I wanted to make it for myself. After all, I finally have the necessary equipment (including, most importantly, an…

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Did I mention I’m still excited over our kitchen?

It’s probably silly how excited I am over our little kitchen, but this is the first time I’ve actually owned a kitchen! And could (co-)decide how it was going to look and which appliance is going to be put in where and all that grown-up stuff! After we moved into our apartment last year, we…

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Happy Easter!

I hope everyone is having a happy Easter weekend! As you can see, we decided to colour eggs and bake a Gugelhupf, the whole Easter shebang. Today I’m just going to rest though and try to recover from the start of the new semester. That’s why I’ve been AWOL recently, too … need to get…

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Alsatian Gugelhupf

Greetings to all you lovely people out there on this fine Easter Monday evening! I’ve been rather busy with university work lately, but tomorrow I should be able to post something knitted again. I also plan to sew a dress, so watch out for that! For today I’d like to show you something I baked…

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Quiche Lorraine

Finally found a good recipe! The quiche is rather classic with bacon, but I added scallions instead of onions. It was oh so very yummy. What did you have for dinner today? QUICHE LORRAINE (in: Tante Marie. La véritable cuisine traditionelle) Ingredients: yeast dough, 125g smoked bacon, scallions, 100g cream, 3 eggs, 25g butter, salt,…

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