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This is another one of those “bread” (i.e., banana-, pumpkin-, zucchini-) recipes your German colleagues are going to love, but declare a cake.
Sarah found this recipe a few days ago, and we’ve been drooling about it ever since. We don’t have two round 10-inch cast iron skillets, but we do have a 10.5-inch squarish one. Since the recipe is intended for 2 … Continue reading
My sister and I visited my parents for the weekend in rural Michigan about a year ago. One afternoon while it was time for a snack, they said “You guys need to try this, but we’re not telling you what … Continue reading
It’s kinda redonkulous how easy this recipe is. We first made it at our cooking course a few months ago. 500 g yogurt half a cucumber salt pepper ground cumin Grate the cucumber. Drain out most/all the liquid. Mix in … Continue reading
The strawberries have been calling to us. Yesterday at the Donaumarkt we heeded their summons. We picked up a kilo (2 × 500 g Schalen, which I guess are about a pint each). It’s been so dang hot around here … Continue reading
Here’re the results of our experiments with the basic no-knead pizza dough.
Got inspired by this: http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2011/04/grapefruit-campari-sorbet/. We made significant changes, using bottled, non-pink grapefruit juice and Aperol, because that’s what we had on hand. The grenadine helps make it a little rosier.
I’ve been feeling crêpey all spring. I scouted out a cast iron crêpes pan (this one, specifically), trying to get a nice, wide flat surface, but one that will still fit in our kitchen cabinets and on our little European … Continue reading
A local friend of ours and novice cook drummed up some interest in a cooking course, and we managed to fill up the Volkshochschule Regensburg‘s classroom kitchen on a recent Tuesday evening. Sarah and I attended with some new friends … Continue reading