dear friends, this is an enlightenment! as you already know, i am a great fan of eating uncooked kale. while the kale has to be chopped very finely for the kale salad i have posted you do not have to … Continue reading →
there have been better years for foodiesgarden than the last one. our family grew, the jobs kept us busy and yes we did our gardening, we harvested and we ate good things and sometimes i also made some pictures …
kaiserschmarrn is translated as a sugared pancake with raisins, but call it pancake is a complete understatement! this classic “austrian mehlspeise” is maybe a kind of pancake but tons of egg and raisins, making the difference.
this summer’s vacation is over and it seems that also summer has already passed. it was only recently that my parents harvested those wonderful bright orange apricots in their garden and shared them with us, because they have been so many.
we recently had really hot days with up to 38° C here in germany, where the best places to be have been the beach, the shadow of some trees or the swimming pool. but even when sitting on your balcony, everybody … Continue reading →
the asparagus season is over and there are still so many dishes we had during the last weeks to be shared with you and so many dishes i took pictures of, but there is really not enough time for typing all … Continue reading →
there are some ingredients you will find in almost every asparagus dish. egg is such an ingredient, but also butter, lemon and ham. this asparagus dish is one more of the egg-things, but together with the rocket and the avocado … Continue reading →
on this plate asparagus meets bear’s garlic. every year there is a very narrow window where you can have both, because bear’s garlic season ends, when the asparagus season begins. so use the opportunity.
there is something special with the cherry blossom. the japanese seem to know it. they see it as a symbol for the beginning of spring, awakening, transience and fragil beauty. and i think they are right.