we didn’t have many zucchini this summer. maybe the zucchini was too hot or we were away during the main harvest time. this recipe is more from the beginning of summer when we harvested fresh, small, crunchy courgettes. with a … Continue reading →
green asparagus and mayonnaise lovers … attention please! this dish is made for you! and by the way a perfect lunch or dinner for such early hot-summer-days as we have at the moment. it tastes perfectly when completely cold and … Continue reading →
this was never meant as an annual review, but hey, there was no time at all during summer to write about all the delicious things we made out of our garden, but now there is some. or at least it … Continue reading →
this year or better to say last year we have been very successful in growing courgettes, carrots and cucumbers. while courgette and carrots are no big thing – the dozens of cucumbers we harvested are a kind of 7th world … Continue reading →
even though summer here is not really like we wish it would be, the garden starts to look like summer. as up to now we had almost nothing but asparagus to harvest, we are now going to have courgettes (zucchini), … Continue reading →
here in our region apricot always means the beginning of summer. and that’s why – and because they are the most delicious apricots of the world – we are so happy to harvest them each year. they shine like little … Continue reading →
today is the last day to harvest asparagus before the traditional end of the season. on june 24th the germans stop harvesting asparagus to allow the plant to recover. because what we are eating and enjoying so much is nothing … Continue reading →
in the last post i told you about our neglected garden and that there is nothing growing yet but weeds and spring onions. fortunately there is this one vegetable which is growing year by year without us doing anything… asparagus
as our garden season started very late, there is not a lot to harvest yet. but we have a lot of asparagus. some forgotten greens like chard, spinach, abandoned lettuces and rocket and of course, the spring onions.
bear‘s garlic obatzter means nothing more than smashing together bear‘s garlic, onions, butter, cream cheese and camembert cheese. but it is nothing less than one of the classic spreads for south german or austrian brotzeit or jause.