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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]

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]

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]

Cardamom And Orange Infused Quarkbällchen / Doughnuts
The last couple of weeks I’ve had my head down (mostly) and have been trying to get a lot of paperwork and organization done. The big “T” has been looming in our house and I have been procrastinating on this for as long as I possibly can.  The big “T” word? That would be the tax return... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Ramen Bowl with Sesame Poppy Seed Venison and Ginger Chili Kale and Swede
Bavaria meets Asia! One of the current projects I am working on for a new Travel, Food and Lifestyle magazine, will take me to Bavaria a couple of times this year. I am really looking forward to it as not only does the State of Bavaria have a uniquely varied landscape and wonderfully... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Punjabi Style Curried Lamb and Peas - Keema Matar
My life – most of it – has always revolved around food. My mother’s father was a hotel / restaurant inspector and my father is a hotelier. As a little girl I spent most of my time in the various kitchens of the hotels. I watched as the pastry chef made my sweet patisserie dreams come true, squealed... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Raspberry Rose Coconut Smoothie Bowl with Almond Butter Fruit and Nut Granola
Allow me to out myself first: Smoothie bowls are not my most favorite breakfast. Now that we have set that straight let me tell you a bit about my reasons and what I have observed about these very attractive looking super bowls that seem to be taking everyone by storm and is the big trend raging... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Almond Butter Seed Fruit and Nut Granola
“Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it's worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.” ~ Steve Jobs My 2017 mantra is Focus and Simple! Keeping all aspects of my life clean, simple and clutter-free... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Christmas Cookie Post | Butter Spekulatius Dark Chocolate Orange Spritz Cookies & Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cranberry Pistachio Rocky Road
It does not feel very much like Christmas – weather-wise. After a few days of extreme cold with -10 degrees, where the entire landscape was frozen in sparkly white ice crystals, it is now too warm and a mix between windy grey skies and a moisture in the air.  Although Christmas is an adopted... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Christmas | Quark Butter Stollen and Cranberry Almond Butter Spelt Stollen
As the last of the golden leaves have fallen and the magnificent Autumnscape is replaced with barren trees and frosty fields, December comes around and I begin to crave spices, warming stews and curries. My kitchen itches for me to bring together flour, sugar and spice and that bottle of rum to... [Read the rest of this post on my website]


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