All posts tagged: heirloom varieties

Mousse au chocolat, cake, aquafaba, vegan

Aquafaba Mousse au Chocolat Tart and an Afternoon at an English Landscape Garden

A sunny afternoon at a lovely park and a beautiful cake have a lot in common – they make us feel at home in this very moment, wherever it may be. We take you with us today for a summer walk at one of the most lovely spots that we know in my old home town, the Oldenburg castle garden, and of course there will be coffee and cake as well. Join us for vegan Mousse au chocolat cake made with aquafaba – a dessert marrying the historic and the present as well as the aristocratic and the down-to-earth.

Happy Easter with Spelt & Emmer Hefezopf

We might be a little late with this post with Easter starting tomorrow already. But we just don’t want to withhold this delish hefezopf from you that we tried last year for the first time and that will be part of this year’s Easter brunch […]

The Castagnaccio Experiment for Christmas

Christmas is approaching! In the German-language food blogosphere this means not the least that Zorra’s culinary Advent calender is up and running again – this year for the 11th time already. We’re most happy to be invited for a contribution to this wonderful tradition, and […]

Buckwheat Pancakes with Sauerkraut

Among the many wonders in nature’s course of the year, November isn’t mentioned quite often. But indeed, despite grey skies (and even with some snow slush that we have already experienced), there is still so much growing out there like small berries and rose hips, […]

Red Quinoa, Chard and Rose Hips

After spending some days near Frankfurt with a short trip to Munich, we could see it everywhere: rose hips are ready for harvest all across the land. I’m back to Berlin while Arne is still in the region, and since I’m currently a grass widow, […]