Saturday, December 28, 2013

Yeast Dumplings II

Do you remember my post about those traditional yeast dumpling I made? CHECK IT HERE! This time I made the yeast dumplings a different way. Instead of cooking them on steam, I cooked them in a big pan with milk. They were delicious! And yes, as always in my family - served with blueberry compote.


Sunday, December 8, 2013

Kartoffelpuffer

I love Kartoffelpuffer. leo.org tells me that's called "fried mashed potatoes" in English. Maybe some of you know it from the Jewish cuisine where it's called Latkes. I made some for lunch. I know that Krtoffelpuffer are well knows in almost all the countries of middle and eastern Europe. And in some areas they're served with a sauce or meat (Hungary, Poland). In my family and also in most of the German homes, Kartoffelpuffer are served with Apfelmus (mashed apple sauce) and sugar. Yeah! That's the way I love it the most. It's one of those traditional dishes I also make and eat the same way I used it to eas when I was a kid. Oh and I hat the chance to try my new frying pan which got a great patina later.


Sunday, December 1, 2013

Healthy International Brunch

I went very international when I prepared my Sunday brunch. You can see: Israeli salad, Greek tzatziki, Italian foccacia and [German?] scrambled eggs. Together with a French café au lait it was indeed an international morning...


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