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Almond Vanilla Pancakes with Cinnamon Bananas

We love our weekend breakfasts. It’s that time in the week where all three of us come together without any rush-to-meetings, get-to-school madness. Pancakes have got to be the classic and perfect weekend breakfast treat and I have always loved indulging in stacks topped with favorite fruit and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Shrimp Salmon and Saffron Fregola

With temperatures of -15 degrees C the only thing I have on my mind – the tiny part that is still left unfrozen – is warmth. If you remember the story of Nature Boy and Flirty Flannel Girl you will know I am once again featuring my hottest attire this season! My feet are permanently frozen... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Retrospective 2015

Happy New Year everyone! Wishing you all a fantastic, prosperous, healthy and delicious 2016! The last couple of weeks of 2015 were relaxing, with lots of family time, play time, relax time and food time - it was just the most ideal way to end a great year. 2015 was indeed grand! Before we dive... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Christmas Dessert: Butterscotch Pudding with Prunes and Walnuts and a Whisky Sauce

It has been quite a very sweet month as December always is. There are always nibbles of a cookie here and morsels of a stollen there and regardless of all the good intentions it’s so difficult to resist. However, we have been careful and although there are some indulgences - it is Christmas after... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Rome 2016 | Food Photography and Styling Retreat in the Rome countryside

Sabina in the Rome Countryside; a beautiful quiet and untouched area of Italy, just a stone's throw from the ancient city of Rome. Sabina's landscape is a tapestry of olive groves, vineyards and ancient hilltop villages, rich in medieval architecture and tradition. This promises to be just the... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Big Christmas Cookie and Gift Post | Linzer Jam Cookies, Chocolate Kipferl, Lemon Chocolate Spritz, Ischlers Orange

Several years ago when we lived in Leipzig we had a Christmas ritual. A few weeks before Christmas we would get together with friends and spend a very merry evening together making Christmas wreaths and decorations, drinking Glühwein, listening to Christmas carols and then attempting to cook a 3... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Christmas: Chocolate Gianduia Stollen With Cranberries and Papaya

The cakes of Christmas, be it the petite mince pie or the bombastic panettone or the heavyweight fruit cake, always bring with them a certain amount of joviality. Christmas (in most Western countries) has got to be the sweetest and most decadent month of the year – a proper festival of sugary,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Cauliflower Couscous with Baharat Spice Fennel Seeds, Pumpkin, Almonds and Cranberries

We’ve entered the holiday season! With Diwali just past we are heading towards Thanksgiving, Chanukah/Hanukkah and Christmas so I can imagine there is a lot of scampering going on all around the globe and the kitchens in many households are already filled with aromas of sweet baking, sugar and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Green Tea Honey Saffron Poached Pears on Skyr

When people find out or realize that food is not only my hobby but also work – that I blog about food, shoot and style food and obviously cook with a lot of food – they are often curious about the kind of cuisine I cook at home. Probably expecting me to define myself to one specific cuisine –... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Egyptian Lentil Soup with Pumpkin and Caramelized Onions

People say, the second half of our lives will seem a lot shorter than the first. Many people will arguably confirm this feeling. I presume a reason for this could be that many things in our daily lives become more and more routine. Maybe that’s why in retrospect years seem like just a few... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Dubai Workshop 2015: Buzzing with Energy!

Dubai this time had a very different aura to it, compared to the past years. For the first time I felt as if the city had a flow, it seemed to groove to a distinct vibe – almost as if after years of searching Dubai had found its character. The city proudly projected a balance it has seemed to have... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Zucchini Noodles with Garlic Shrimps, and Olive Caper Slow Roasted Tomato Sauce and Feta Cheese

Are you on a diet currently? If you are then I just want you to know you are totally untrendy. Diets were a thing of the yesteryears. We are now in the era of “Wellness” and it has an entire league of “Wellness gurus” and worshippers as followers. If you are anything like me you might be... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Wine Braised Herb Chicken with Roasted Grapes

It could not have been a more perfect day for our day tour on the river Saale. Gorgeous blue skies with a warming sun promised to make the trip unforgettable. Packing the kids into the car I picked up my friend at the Weimar train station and we headed to Camburg, where we met with Mario Brömel who... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Cherry Pistachio Meringue Tart

To me it never really feels like summer until cherries arrive in the markets. Cherries announce the beginning of the stone-fruit season and for me this kicks-off my favorite fruit season of the year. For a short time cherries are the stars before apricots, peaches and plums arrive and take over... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Incredible India: Colors, Light and People

India has a strong influence on the senses of those visiting the country – it is loud, it is colorful and it is very multifaceted, a country with incredible paradoxes. Under all the contrasts this vast country presents, there is something consistent that one could easily describe it as the essence... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Summer Risotto with Peas Zucchini Avocado and Lemon Tarragon Sander Fillet

Summer is full on here in Weimar. We’ve got temperatures hitting close to 40 degrees C and the weather is like on a tropical island. It feels good – almost like an extended vacation overseas. Ever since our return from India 3 weeks ago we are taking things easy. Soeren still is out from school and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Summer Herb and Fruit Smoothies

After an amazing 3 weeks in India it feels good to be back home! Catching up on many things again and getting back into the swing of things for now. Before I left however I worked on another fantastic project with the Thüringen Tourism Board at a great location. My heroes were the magnificent wild... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

October 2015: Dubai Food Styling & Photography Workshop

Dubai, is always a good idea! This pulsating city has risen from the desert, and today booms and bustles with a very unique charisma. Over the years Dubai has become a true mega food Mecca giving impulses and inspiration to chefs around the world. What may seem extraordinary and out-of-this-world... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Bollywood Cooking: Vegetable Split Pea Dal, Spiced Cauliflower Pumpkin and a Kumquat Chutney

A humble feast! Meals that take me back to my nana and nani’s veranda on hot summer days in their Delhi home. As we arrived to spend several weeks of our vacation with the rest of the family I was always sure that the forthcoming days were going to be filled with lots of food where the hub of the... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Riverside: London Photography and Styling Workshop 2015

London, always such a bustling and hip place, was the location for my second workshop this year. I always love coming here for short visits – perfect to soak up the energy of the city. While London is very much about urban dynamism, I also love the open-wide spaces, leafy escapes and the riverside... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

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