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Homemade Gherkins or Pickles

Fermentation is a way of conserving food. It is one of the oldest ways to preserve food and have enough to eat during ‘hard’ times like winter or dry periods. I prepared homemade gherkins or pickles. There is evidence of … Continue reading

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Fast and Fabulous Breakfast: Shakshouka

Shakshouka is a tomato based stew from the Middle East and North Africa. Easy and fast, it is a perfect light but still satisfying dish. Just a few ingredients – tomatoes, onions and/or garlic, spices and eggs – make a … Continue reading

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Gourmet Dish: Fried Chicken Liver with Wine

A very simple and quick way to cook liver that actually everyone will love! Chicken liver doesn’t even have a strong liver taste like from beef. Plus: it is a real gourmet-recipe. Liver is always a greatly discussed organ meat. … Continue reading

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Happy World Baking Day with a Rhubarb-Meringue Cake

On the third Sunday in May is World Baking Day and World Bee Day! The World Bee Day was created to get more acknowledgement of the role of bees and other pollinators for our ecosystem and our food. I will … Continue reading

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The Sweet Waves of the Danube

The Donauwelle is a typical German and Austrian sheet cake. It has multiple layers covered with chocolate. It is perfect to celebrate the Anti Diet Day! Today is World Anti Diet Day. What is better than making a nice cake? … Continue reading

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