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Cherry Coconut Clafoutis
It made a lasting impression and it deeply fulfilled my soul. Madame Maillard brought it out in a cast iron pan not much larger than a dessert plate. The sides were puffed up like a soufflé and browned on the edges, and the juices of the fruit left a blood-red trail within the ridges. Peeling off... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Beer-Braised Pulled Pork Tacos and a Spicy Mango and Pineapple Salsa
What does a civil engineer, a teacher and an industrial mechanic have in common? Besides sharing a friendship for over 30 years, it was a passion for beer that kindled the first sparks for three young men from Schmalkalden to establish a small brewery. Martin, Hendrik and Matthias are born and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Destination Dubai 2018 | A Food Photography and Styling Experience
Dubai: big, brash, flashy and ostentatious! A metropolis that has an unrivalled character, with fantastical skylines, a shimmering oasis with skyscrapers reaching up to dizzying heights and the beautiful cream-coloured shoreline of the Persian Gulf. However, Dubai’s aura is also enriched by a more... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Recap: Destination Dubai 2017 - The Experience
It really has been quite some time since I did a proper recap of a photography workshop here. Not due to the fact that there weren’t any last year but more due to the fact that things were on a constant move in 2017. I was chasing and realizing goals, dreams and basically reassessing many things in... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Elderflower Cordial Prosecco Spritz
It's July – already! My last post was end of May! I had many plans through June for my blog – most importantly I wanted to celebrate my birthday with you. As a child of June, I am convinced it is the best month in the whole year. Don't think I wasn't working towards my plan though. I cooked,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Rhubarb Pistachio Frangipane Tart
Rhubarb, for many, is an acquired taste, often not acquired till adulthood. I did not acquire the taste until a few years after I moved to Germany. Rhubarb is the harbinger of springtime, and like Spring it is transient and delightful. Appearing in April and sometimes lasting as long as July,... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

A Skywalk and a Lemon Scented Asparagus Egg Feldgieker Tart
On a Spring day in April, I packed my camera gear and props to make the roughly one-and-a-half-hour drive from Weimar to Eichsfeld. The weather was, as true to April's nature, fairly changeable. It was warm, my spirit was high and I was really looking forward to this trip. The district of Eichsfeld... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Quinoa Chickpea Avocado Bhel Salad
Walking along Bombay's Marine Drive or on the beaches of Bombay Chowpatty or Juhu, colorful market carts sell not only vibrant fruit and vegetables but many have been converted to sell the street food varieties India is famous for. And Bhelpuri is one of Bombay's quintessential street food, not to... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Vegetable Biryani and 9-Legume Fry - the Punjabi Way
Growing up for years the role of my parents was always very clear cut and traditional. My dad worked in the hotel business and travelled a fair bit and my mum stayed at home, where ever it happened to be, looking after the two children. My mother had diverse hobbies and honorary... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

ROME Food & Lifestyle Photography Retreat 2018
Spring is a fascinating time in the Roman countryside! Here, just a few kilometers north of the capital, lies an appealingly undiscovered niche of Italy, where the sun warms the rolling hills, the sea of poppies splash their reds against the green fields, the olive trees begin to burst into life... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Avocado Mango Yellow Lentils Lime & Chilli Verrines
Many relationships are forged and strengthen over meals or social events. Emotions evoked and lasting impressions are made when people come together at the table to share a meal. As a daughter of an hotelier our family moved often from country to country, always leaving behind friends and a... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Lingonberry Lebkuchen Festive Cake
It’s December! Again. I have dusted of some of the speckles of lint beginning to gather here. An unwanted break from the blog that extended into a bit of a Summer / Autumn interlude. And now here I am – it’s December and time for Christmas! Since July, which was the last time I posted, I have... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Middle Eastern Style Buddha Bowl: Giant Couscous, Baked Falafel, Hummus, Spiced Lentils, Pickled Vegetables and Kalettes
   If I was to describe some of my favorite foods and dishes I would say whatever one can pile into a bowl and mix together to savor all the flavors. Not only of each individual ingredient, but also as each item intermingles with the other there are a range of flavor explosions! That is... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Chamomile and Saffron Crème Caramel
  As a child of the 80s, the crème caramel was the epitome of all desserts for me. As a daughter of an hotelier I spent a lot of the 80s giving into the gentle jiggling charm of this dessert. Somewhere into the 90s the dessert disappeared from its pedestal of fame. Apparently the crème... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

German Style Smoked Gammon and Split Pea Stew
Imagine that stories were like a stew or a soup. People could weave their stories with ladles of wonderful rich, thick and flavorsome ingredients, adding their own culturally unique seasoning to their tales. Just like stews, all cultures and each tradition intertwines its own specific aromas and... [Read the rest of this post on my website]


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