Vegetarian tomato-beet-stew with feta

Beet are veggies that became so unattractive over the years, that even I hardly recognized them when I started visiting the farmer's market on a regular base. But actually it is a very versatile vegetable and comes in many different variations. I personally prefer them in slow-cooked dishes, but I guess you could also a... Continue Reading →

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Mashed potato awesomeness

So after these slightly emotional posts it's time for some food porn right? Right now in Austria, I miss Spain. Every detail of this travel there. Because here, it is loads of work and loads of shit weather, and what helps keeping all the motivation up is: sports (indoors bruuuh), yoga, the wait for my... Continue Reading →

Tasty Quinoa Salad with Spinach

Well, when going to Andalusia, you should know one thing: they love deep fried dishes and they love meat. Which is nice to have for a few days, but after a while, I really was fed up. So I was super happy when one night we visited a lovely restaurant in Seville, which was called... Continue Reading →

Lovely bulgur salads

Summer is coming up and so it is salad season again. Besides the usual veggie salads with all kinds of toppings, I also love variations with grains, pasta, potatoes and other hearty stuff. Especially when I plan sports activities or when I am on the dropzone I need something that has┬ámore power than some lettuce... Continue Reading →

Spicy vegan lentil salad

So this was my first week in the new job. Actually there was a little culture shock after my time in Vienna and one part of it was the cafeteria. I only had a company restaurant at Trotec and it was more an opportunity to order food instead of a real cafeteria. Well, at Engel... Continue Reading →

The boring cottage cheese?

Pew, third day at home. Still feels somehow strange. But time to get back in the old lanes. And time to get rid of the signs of the holiday, that rest on the hips. In general, I don't think there were lots of food and drink disasters in Sri Lanka and I didn't gain too... Continue Reading →

Carbs to go: Cool couscous salad

Seems that I write a lot about food, right? Well here's one more. A day at the dropzone with a lot of physical work (camera flying, packing my and the student's canopy, jumping, ...) can be really exhausting. Especially when summer finally decides to arrive in Austria with 30 degrees C out of nothing. You... Continue Reading →

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