A few weeks ago in London I was interviewed by Pretty Little London for an interview about my (mainly) foodie life in London. Read the full interview on Pretty Little London’s blog!
I collaborated with one of my favorite health food brands in Germany, Veganz, for today’s blogpost, using their “pulled soja“ to make a vegan burger feast. But there’s more than burgers – et voilà, today’s recipe: Vegan pulled soja burgers with coleslaw and crunchy sweet potato fries!
Back in Germany I can’t help but being particularly happy about a few things, three of them being bread, cheese – and “quark“. I can’t get enough of the fat-free protein bomb and made a stack of deliciously fluffy pancakes with it on the weekend. Together with this year’s first rhubarb it’s been a breakfast for champions! Here’s a new recipe for you today: lemon “quark“ pancakes with rhubarb orange compote!
The past few weeks have been pretty overwhelming for me, and more then overwhelming they were exhausting, physically and emotionally. I only just realise this now, as I sit down on the train home after a day trip to Burg Eltz and Cochem (see more below) and, well, just sit. I didn’t really have time to do that for a while, and I also didn’t want to make a big thing out of it at first; but as I can reflect on things easiest while writing them down, I wanted to share this post with you today anyway.
It’s been a bit of a manic week for me: Not only did I move houses, I moved houses twice – firstly in London and then, a day later, in Hamburg. It’s the beginning of a new chapter, I am beyond excited, but also very exhausted. I assume I won’t have the time to come up with a new recipe for the blog this week, but as it’s the first day of a new month today, I am excited to share with you another recipe for my food column for Mio magazine! Here you go: Homemade gnocchi with potatoes and parsnips and crispy sage butter!
As you may have heard, seen or read already, I wrote a book! Originally written in English language, I am very happy to announce that the book will be published in German in May 2017 by ZS Verlag. The even better news is that it is available to be preordered on Amazon already! Read more about my German book “Happily healthy“ below.
I’m a South London girl, however, due to the lack of underground lines in this part of town, I happen to not be in the South west very often. Thankfully I have friends though who are as much into food and coffee as I am, so I got to explore the lovely area of Balham last week and had delicious Moroccan food at Tagine Balham.
This recipe has been one of my contributions for “Mio“ magazine, but I have not posted it on the blog yet. Sadly, that is – because it is one of my all-time favourite squash recipes, consisting of oven-baked squash, al dente cooked lentils, a zingy tomato pesto and – perhaps the best part – a dollop of creamy goat’s cheese. Et voilà: Baked squash with lentils and a sun-dried tomato pesto. Happy Friday!