#day152 – valentine’s dinner for five

My roommate hit the nail right on the head today: People, who are complaining about Valentine’s day are as annoying as people, who assign a huge value to this day. To be honest, I don’t really care. People should go for what they think it’s the best. If it’s celebrating the day with expensive gifts and […]

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#day96 – cooking dinner for grandma only

Sure, I didn’t cook for grandma for the first time. But in her kitchen, at her oven and with a chef’s hat on my head, it was indeed a first time. A gift for her 75th birthday. A special three-course menu. I created the menu and bought the ingredients and grandma provided her kitchen only. And […]

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#day32 – roasting parsnip fries for dinner

A good thing about autumn are the seasonal vegetables. Squash, cauliflower, broccoli, red beet…the list is long. As I think, it’s the season for a really underrated vegetable as well: parsnips. I’m a big fan. In case you don’t know them yet, they look like white carrots and taste a bit sweet. Sweet potato fries […]

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#day8 – cooking a korean inspired green bowl

Thanks to Delicously Ella I started to love cooking round about one year ago. She’s a famous foodie blogger in the UK and I made her simple but tasty beetroot carpaccio recipe someone recommended on a blog. I felt in love with her. Ok, it wasn’t real cooking. It was just baking a fresh beetroot, […]

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