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Filed Under:Lifestyle / Food & Drink
Posts on Regator:220
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Archived Since:August 13, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Orange Marmalade and Port Glazed Duck with A Parsnip Pumpkin Truffle Butter Mash

It looks it’s going to be another snow-less Christmas this year again. Last Christmas was mild, the temperatures hardly falling below 0 degrees Celsius. This year we had a spot of snow. It made my heart flutter a bit, but that fluttering disappeared soon enough when the next morning I had to slip... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Christmas Cookies: Norwegian Christmas Cookies, Carrot Spiced Plum Preserve Crescents and Chocolate Orange

December has crept up on me! It’s been a very busy and full few weeks. All good I must say and all very exciting – I am taking it all in and making the most of each new creative job and inspiring project I have been working on. Here I am now, the last month in 2014 and I inhale deeply - it feels... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Roasted Root Vegetable and Pearl Barley Soup

“Grünes Thüringen” – will bring the wide and plentiful thick forests of Thuringia to mind. For me however Thuringia has a more colorful landscape with abundant bounties of vegetables that this fertile state provides. Cauliflower, kohlrabi, broccoli and a wide variety of cabbages are only some of... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Saint Martins Croissants | Martinshörnchen

Martinshörnchen are available only once a year. From November 10th to 11th bakeries in our region, especially around Weimar and Erfurt, offer these delightful pastries to eager customers who often line up in the early hours of the day to get their hands on the freshest pastries. Saint Martin... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Travel Ticker: The Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi

Dubai boasts of infinite superlatives – the list is long and they have taken a lead, setting many trends in various fields. However, another Emirate boasts of one of the most stunning landmarks in the region with a list of its own superlatives to boot. Abu Dhabi’s iconic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Dubai Workshop 2014: Modern Classics

Dubai is forever changing! Evolving, progressing, growing – if it’s always for the better is debatable but often there are changes and concepts emerging that really excel. In a city where superlatives are found at almost every corner finding something that really carries that WOW-effect can be... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Fennel Seed and Cardamom Spiced Carrot Rice Pudding

„Stay till Diwali!“ Last week my dad wished a few times. I wished we could … A list of tasks to complete, must dos, deadlines to meet and unfinished projects to complete ran down like a matrix in my brain. Now as I sit here back in Weimar listening to the wind howl outside as the rain batters... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Whole-wheat Flammkuchen with Bratwurst on Caramelized Cabbage and Pear

Well bratwurst, obviously! What comes to mind when you think of food in Thüringen? I presume most of you answered that question with that answer. As part of the Kulinarik project with my clients the Thüringer Tourismus GmbH I have the incredible of opportunity of traveling around Thüringen on an... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

The New Look - fresh, crisp and good!

What’s for lunch, honey? just got a complete facelift. It’s fresh, crisp, clean and so good I am doing dances around the notebook. I got together with the extremely talented Corinna Haselmeyer of Holistic Design and since June we have been working on this space behind the scenes. What we developed... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Tomato Basil Tart with a Polenta Crust

I’m spoiling you with tomatoes again. You see, I’ve had a good crop and the harvest has been plentiful. After eating them mostly naked and then preserving them in various sauces, it was time to tart them up a little. Don’t tire of my tomato mania – not just yet. This tart deserves all your... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Tomato Sauces: Spicy Ketchup, Fruity Marinara and Passata di Pomodoro

If Eve had used a tomato instead of an apple, maybe the story of Adam and Eve would have been different. After all tomatoes are often called “love apples” and were thought to have aphrodisiac powers.The French therefore named it quite appropriately, pomme d’amour.  The Italians called them... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Gooseberry Nectarine Galette

It feels good to be back home! After over 3000 kilometers through the Normandy from Étretat to Mont Saint Michel then over to the Pays D’Auge and ending in Versailles and Paris, we are quite contended to be back home. After a little over two and half weeks of living in a RV the luxury of space is... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Summertime: Thai inspired Zucchini Mango Salad

It’s officially here! Summer vacation is just around the corner and all three of us are looking forward to two and half weeks of lazy days, without routine, sun soaking, refreshing hikes, stylish city tours, good food and just quality time for each other. On Monday we are setting off with our... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Roasted Chicken with Jasmine Petal Garam Masala, Saffron, Hazelnuts and Honey and a Quinoa Tabouleh

Summer time usually means a lot of spontaneous entertaining and I love having friends over on the spur of the moment. Then often a time it will be something quick, easy and put together with simple ingredients not requiring too much fussing over. A tapas or mezzeh menu, barbecued meats and fish or... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Donna Hay: Ricotta Lemon Slice with Summer Berries

It’s been a while! I’ve been missing around here for the past several weeks – I know but my thoughts have been here. Summer has taken control of me and all my time. While we are enjoying the long warm days and evenings, I’ve been engulfed with several projects and photo jobs that have dominated... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Workshop: Helsinki 2014 - The Heat is On!

No two workshops are ever the same. Each one seems to come with its own set of rules, dynamics and chaos. Each one has different challenges and other highlights. When one thing works for one workshop by no means does it mean it will work for the next one. One sells out within days the other takes... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Dubai 2014: Food Styling and Photography Workshop

It's happening again! The Dubai food photography and styling workshop has become an annual highlight and I am very thrilled to present this year's workshop with a few new features and elements to shake things up. Diarize the dates: 11th - 12th October 2014 for a two day food styling and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Mujadara Jnoubiyeh - Lebanese Lentil and Bulgur Pilaf and Cabbage Salad with Za’atar and Sumac

Weimar – Brussels – Normandy Coast – Paris – Weimar Weimar – Valdobbiadene – Rome - Amalfi Coast – Venice - Weimar We are thinking of getting away. Satisfy the itch on our feet, packing up and heading to different shores. Not the travel we have been doing for work, workshops or photo shoots but the... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Baked Eggs with Spiced Chickpeas and Chard

When things begin to move – they really roll. It’s been a busy few weeks for me, juggling the tasks on the various projects I am working on. There are no complaints as I am so happy to be in the process of moving forward, focused and ready to tackle all kinds of issues and chores I am faced with.... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

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