Sushi Bowl with Teriyaki Chicken

Whenever we go out to eat (remember when that was still a thing?), I love to order dishes that feature a lot of different ingredients, especially sauces and toppings. Sushi bowls are a great example for that – and you can make your own at home quite easily! Asides from a base of seasoned sushiContinue reading “Sushi Bowl with Teriyaki Chicken”

German Lentils and Pasta (Linsen mit Spätzle)

Especially before and after opulent holiday meals, I find myself craving really simple yet hearty homemade dishes. This recipe is a classic for a post- or pre-Christmas lunch, but the combination of carbs and carbs also makes it a great choice during the whole winter season. Spätzle are a special kind of German pasta (IContinue reading “German Lentils and Pasta (Linsen mit Spätzle)”

Easy homemade Mac and Cheese

To me, Mac and Cheese are pretty much the biggest comfort food out there. I mean, combining pasta with a creamy, cheesy sauce and some crunchy breadcrumbs already sounds like a genius concept, so where could you go wrong? German restaurants, however, haven’t quite figured out yet how to make good Mac and Cheese –Continue reading “Easy homemade Mac and Cheese”

Christmasy Chocolate Spice Loaf

In the weeks leading up to Christmas, cookies and spice lebkuchen are pretty much their own food group in my household. However, even with all the sweet stuff in the house, I sometimes still feel like baking a cake for Sunday tea time or a quick afternoon treat. This loaf cake is perfect for thatContinue reading “Christmasy Chocolate Spice Loaf”

Buttery Pear and Goat Cheese Galette

Hearty baked goods are among my favorite things to make during fall and winter. A galette admittedly isn’t the healthiest option among them – but there are few things as delicious as the warm, flaky and buttery crust. This recipe for a galette featuring ripe pears and creamy goat cream cheese comes together really quickly.Continue reading “Buttery Pear and Goat Cheese Galette”

Sunday Breakfast Chocolate Waffles

This recipe is great if you wake up on a Sunday craving a sweet yet simple breakfast. The batter doesn’t need any rest or any fancy treatment. The only thing you need to pay attention to is the overall “baking time” – Since the waffles are quite dark, you won’t be able to tell whetherContinue reading “Sunday Breakfast Chocolate Waffles”