Cheesy Celery Mousse with Shitake Musrooms on Spätzle (vegetarian, but vegan options)

Well in between travel memories, work and the usual Christmas madness, I love to take a little break with walking on the farmer's market and cook nice dishes on the weekend. During the week, I usually eat quickly made dishes, but on the days off, I often indulge in all the food inspirations from the... Continue Reading →

Gluten free, vegan garam masala chickpea pasta w/ homemade ice tea

Well, I guess that's a lot of hipster words in one headline, right? But in fact, this dish just "happened". During the last weeks, due to my many short trips, I don't really have time to decent plan my fridge or enjoy extended shopping rides to the farmer's market. Therefore, I often also buy things... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Bulgarian Schopska Salad

Yes! Spring is finally here! Or let's say almost early summer, if you take a look on the temperatures. And with the rising temperatures, salads get more and more attractive as quick and light eats. Years and years ago, I spent a family holiday in Bulgaria and loved this kind of salad, since it very... Continue Reading →

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