Cups for Three and Hot Licorice Punch for Everybody – Becher für drei und Lakritz-Punsch für alle


There has bee a little tombola announcement on Monday, right – and three cups of Kahla touch! winter’s edition will be on their way to three winner’s soon! Big congratulations to:
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Christmas Cup Tombola – Weihnachtsbecher-Verlosung: Kahla touch! Winter-Edition


Good news for everybody who didn’t win the baking book copy last week: today you have the chance to get a lovely touch! winter’s edition cup by Kahla Porzellan with Christmas & winter scenes from Santa Claus to more graphic designs like ice crystals. As you know, we visited the shop and café during the Food Blog Award tour, and it had been part of our prices to shop in the online-store. We were therefor very happy when the Thuringian porcelain manufacturer asked us whether our readers would like to have a cup, too…
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Burger Guest Post @ Messerspitzen: Winter Vegetables meet Highlands – Burger-Gast-Post @ Messerspitzen: Wintergemüse trifft Highlands


Another day, another single malt pairing. This time, it’s about cheese & whiskey in a burger, a recipe and pictures, that Arne and me have been invited to contribute to Messerspitzen. The latter is a a lovely food blog by German publishing house Gräfe und Unzer, and we’re very happy about our little cooperation.
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Culinary Advent Calendar – Kulinarischer Adventskalender: Double Choc X-mas Mousse


Christmas is almost at the doors, but before it’s time to get festive, there’s 24 little windows to open at Zorras culinary Advent calendar on Kochtopf. It’s her tenth’s season already – congratulations for such a wonderful jubilee! We’re happy to be part of it this year, and we’d like to contribute some glamorous single malt & chocolate pairing which we tried already in some fondant lately.
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Truffle Burger reloaded & Weihnachtsbäckerei Winner – Trüffel-Burger neu aufgelegt & Gewinnerin der Weihnachtsbäckerei


There’s good news today! First, we have a Saint Nicholas Day give-away winner: last night, I wrote many names on tiny pieces of paper and took on of them from a bowl…
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eat & STYLE Berlin: Blogger Tour and Recipe Inspiration – Blogger-Rundgang und Rezept-Inspiration


Between early October and late September, the food festival eat & STYLE had been on stage in different cities throughout Germany. Lucky me: one of them had been Berlin, and Cathrin of Berlin Tidbits had organized a wonderful blogger’s walk. Let me show you our discoveries – and also a recipe in the end which is inspired by the most culinary afternoon.
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Saint Nicholas Day Give-Away & Recipe – Weihnachtsbäckerei: Buch-Verlosung zum Nikolaus & Bärentatzen-Rezept


Like in many other countries, people in Germany celebrate the „Nikolaustag“ on 6th December. Originally – and still – a day to remember Saint Nicholas, people today offer presents mainly to children (but also among adults). There’s many beautiful traditions like putting children’s boots outside at the doors, and Saint Nicholas will fill them overnight with lebkuchen and oranges. When I was a child, I always put some sugar cubes on a plate besides my boots for Saint Nicholas’ horses…
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Our Journey with Food Blog Award 2014 – Unsere Reise mit dem Food Blog Award 2014


Time is flying fast these days with so much work to be done and few time for blogging. It dates back weeks already that we have been on a wonderful Berlin trip with 25 food bloggers on the occasion of the Food Blog Award 2014. Gifts are unboxed, many mails have been sent and lots of photos have been looked through. So many lovely congrats have reached us here and elsewhere, and we deeply would like to say thank you for this. And after having posted some pics of the first day already, there’s just one thing is missing now: to finally share the whole journey from chocolate design to burger battle with you.
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Autumn Evening: Carbonara, Black Kale & White Truffles versus Banana & Almond Bread-Rolls – Herbst-Abend: Carbonara, Schwarzkohl & weiße Trüffeln versus Bananen-Mandel-Brötchen


After a particularly long working week, “the morning after” often looks like this: the fridge is rather empty, but the longing for most rustic culinary treats is vast. This combinations sometimes ends up in culinary treats far beyond style and elegance, but full of heart & soul. Yesterday, for example, we had roasted St. Galler bread for a sandwich with roast potatoes, remains of some Gravlax, dill sauce, and fried eggs. Sounds strange, doesn’t it…
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Baking (not so) Bad


I’m not a very enthusiastic baker when it comes to baking bread; it’s more often than not „baking bad“ – any similarities with a well-known tv series are of course by accident ;-). However, when Arne lately came up with a plan to bake bread rolls after a recipe that he found on Youtube, I felt encouraged to pursue a coincidental project. Not long ago, we had discovered Swiss bread at an organic baker near-by that we liked a lot, and after some research I found out that the full name of this bread is St. Galler (which is a Canton in Switzerland).
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