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Filed Under:Lifestyle / Food & Drink
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Archived Since:August 13, 2010

Blog Post Archive

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]

Venice Workshop: Inspiration on the Strada del Prosecco

[Stunning Valdobbiadene]  There is a time and place for everything and those are the times when everything falls into place just perfectly. It did not take very long after our collaboration in the London workshop last year for Jeanne and me to get back in the saddle to plan the next one... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Whole-Wheat Raw Orange Blossom Honey and Ricotta Pancakes

Spontaneity. It used to be a part of my vocabulary. Somehow the years have started to chip away at it, giving way to control, structure and routine. I've never packed my bags, hustled over to the airport and picked out a random destination from the departure board - making the last minute booking... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Easter: Chocolate Cherry and Prune Hot Cross Buns

We are a household of two different religions and cultures. Both our worlds were so far apart as we grew up that we were separated by a wall - literally. My husband was born and raised as a Catholic in the “GDR” or what is known as East Germany. A child of the 70s and 80s, at a young age he saw the... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

The Sunny Side Up Cake

I’ve been having a lot of fun lately! Maybe it’s the break of spring and the wonderful warm weather we’ve been having. I just feel a lightness in all my activities, tasks and chores and my ideas are running freely again. I just wish I could find out how to make time double up for me to have enough... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Berlin Food Photography and Styling Workshop

Berlin, my favorite city in Germany, is going to be the awesome venue for the next Food Photography and Styling Workshop and with this workshop it will be the last of my workshops in Europe for 2014.   I am excited to announce a spectacular 2-day workshop near Germany's very trendy... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Rhubarb Mango and Passion fruit Brioche Galette

Here in the Northern Hemisphere we are celebrating the arrival of spring. Temperatures are rising and there is a general air of “Happy” around everyone. When it comes to food spring really is my favorite season. It even gives autumn a good run for all its variety. Probably because after bleak and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Salted Caramel Dark Chocolate Brownies

While 2013 was the year of the kale it seems that cauliflower is the new superfood trending in the food hit list for 2014. Kale or “grünkohl” as it is known in Germany has always been a traditional vegetable here; popular in the northern regions of Germany, but the hype made around it in the US was... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Sausage and Fennel Cassoulet

The weather has changed and showing itself from its glorious side. It’s like summer in spring! The winter was an extremely mild one and by end of February it did not stand a chance against the warming sun. Crocuses and tulips had begun sprouting, the storks had returned and were ardently busy with... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Semlor - Swedish Cream Buns

There is something very special about the Nordic baking craft. It lies in the sheer simplicity of mixing basic ingredients to create something so enticingly good. I am particularly enamored by their yeasty breads and buns, probably because of the liberal use of warming spices like cardamom,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Vanilla Spelt Porridge with Caramelized Quince and Cranberries

For 8 years now I have called myself a blogger. Let me correct that … a food blogger. After all we food bloggers are just special in many ways. We deal with beautiful ingredients, cook up soul satisfying and sinful treats, write about food, its culture and origins, photograph drips, drizzles,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Helsinki Food Styling and Photography Workshop

How does a long Nordic summer weekend in Helsinki sound? Helsinki, a sea-town par excellence and an exciting, dynamic place is a stylish city as it dares to be different. The Design Capital 2012 will be the latest venue for the next Food Photography and Styling workshop and I am thrilled to invite... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Cooking School: Crêpes Suzette

The year is 1895 at the height of the Belle Epoche, a time filled with great optimism in France. Paris boasts of its newest acquirement, the Eiffel Tower, lighting the blue touch paper in this “beautiful era”, where science and the arts are seeing a period of development and innovation. The rich... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Bollywood Cooking: A Goan Tangy Pork Vindaloo with Cashew Nuts

There is often a myth around Indian curries: long lists of ingredients and spices make it complicated and puzzling especially for those who are not familiar with Indian cooking. This however is not the case. Indian cooking is not all about crushing and grinding spices before the actual cooking can... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

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