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Archived Since:August 13, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Easter: Orange and Pistachio Sweet Challah

Easter for me is an adopted festivity. Being an Indian Sikh I took to this colorful spring tradition when I married my German husband almost 17 years ago. As a Sikh we are a very tolerant religion and are more than open in celebrating the rituals and traditions of other religions. I was raised... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Breakfast of Champions - The Big Breakfast Post

  Breakfast is for champions! And according to the trend it is sneaking its way into the other meals of day. We have a tendency to put an egg on everything and serve up “breakfast for lunch/dinner” – a trend that I follow myself, especially when the traditional eggs, bacon, grilled tomatoes... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Flourless Carrot Multi-Seed and Nut Bread

The German in me lives for the impressive variety of breads available to me. My Indian-self craves the rice with almost every meal and the Italian-lover me, is captivated with the pastas and risotto and the kid in me could live off creamy mashed potatoes for quite a few days. Over the year my... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Honey Roasted Rhubarb Chevre Cheesecake Desserts

When one has spent a little time in Thuringia it is easy to understand why the Thurigians are so attached to their roots and are patriotic to this region. It is beautiful fertile country covered with rolling hills, thick lush forests and it boasts of rich cultural history. The story of the... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Celebrations: Vanilla Infused Kumquat Marmalade Semolina Cake

9 years! That’s how old this blog is today. That means an astonishing number of posts, a fascinating amount of images and a magnificent quantity of recipes, mishaps, experiments in my kitchen. When I think about my shaky, timid and naïve debut into the blogging world I cannot help but giggle and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Bollywood Cooking: Lamb Balti

India’s food culture is as varied as its people. Each region boasts of dishes that have clearly defined characteristics and diversity. Up north in Punjab, a fertile land, the dishes are rich with thick gravies and buttery sauces. Rajasthan, an arid region, offers drier game-based and vegetarian... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Cooking School: Miso Ramen with Miso Glazed Chicken, Enoki and Shimeji Mushrooms

Remember those university days when we literally lived on packets of instant ramen noodles after long hours in the library or in lectures or … at parties? The energy level at an all time low, often I had just enough to tear open a packet, drop the contents into a bowl and pour hot bubbling water... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

May 2015: Food Photography and Styling Workshop in London, UK

London, a pulsating and vibrant city full of creative impulses. I love coming back to this city as it always gives me new inspiration and encourages me to think a little out of the box. That is why I am excited to offer another Food Photography and Styling Workshop in this hotspot of a city. I... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Wild Herbed Pumpkin and Persimmon Soup

2015 is well underway with the last week of January already upon us! My schedule has picked up and the quiet few weeks around the Holidays have evaporated. They gave me plenty of time to contemplate about the year past and my goals and core desires for the new year. These thoughts brought me into... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

April 2015: Food Photography and Styling Workshop in Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Europe's cultural capital and a metropolis with a unique charm and flair, will provide the backdrop for my first Food Photography and Styling Workshop in 2015. We start in style this year! Together with my colleague Jeanne Horak-Druiff, who will co-instruct with me and the lovely Monika... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Thuringia Meets Asia: Dumpling Sushi and Dim Sum

If the British have their roast beef and Yorkshire pudding and the French the Blanquette de veu – then this is Thuringia's all-time classic Sunday lunch - beef roulade stuffed with paper-thin slices of bacon, onion and gherkins and spread with a hint of sharp mustard and served with braised red... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

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Retrospective 2014

Happy New Year! Hope you all had a fantastic and safe start to 2015! After a relaxing break over the Holidays with 2 weeks off I am back ready to kick-start 2015 with much enthusiasm. As I do each year, I’d like to review my year 2014, looking back and reflecting the past year. This is a moment to... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

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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]

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