this is the swiss chard recipe i was looking for since we are growing chard in our garden. in the beginning i had no idea what to do with swiss chard, so i decided to try every spinach recipe i knew … Continue reading →
there we go with another great ottolenghi dish with chard accompanied by mejadra which was for me a new combination of lentils, rice and exciting spices. and as almost ever recipes from ottolenghis vegetarian book, it was a great success … Continue reading →
it seems that winter is over and i really hope spring is arriving now. we already had some sunny and mild days, but apart from some chive sprouts, there are no fresh greens yet. lucky the ones who still have … Continue reading →
the freezer still is full of harvests from last summer (chard, french beans, …) and march definitely is the time to use up all stocks of vegetable before all the new fresh greens will grow in spring, which will approach very … Continue reading →
at the end, minestrone is nothing else than a walk through the garden picking every ripe vegetable and cook them all at once. the great thing about these kind of soups is that you are not bound to the ingredients … Continue reading →
here comes the first big harvest of the main season and it makes me always very happy to see how all the things work and to know, this is just the beginning! we sowed the chard and beans in spring … Continue reading →
knoedel are the very austrian (ok maybe southern german, too) way of dumplings. be aware that the whole german speaking area knows hundreds of dumpling recipes and of course, the one from the home region is the single true one.