Grilled Red Bell Pepper Pasta // Fusilli mit gegrillter Paprika Soße

Aren’t grilled vegetables just pure sunshine and THE summer dish!? One of my favorite grilled vegetables is grilled red bell pepper. The smoky flavor just compliments the aromatic bell pepper perfectly! There’s a reason why the spice piment d’espelette – a smoky paprika spice from France – is so popular. For this dish, however, you…

Pretzel Peanut Butter Bites // Brezel Erdnussbutter Happen

I don’t know about you, but in my opinion pretzels and peanut butter are a match made in heaven. Add some chocolate and you will even be beyond the moon 😀 Of course I’m just kidding, but if you’re a person who likes the combination of salty and sweet, you should definitely try these bites…

Pink Drink: wie man das Sommergetränk 2021 zu Hause zubereitet

TikTok hat’s schon wieder getan: es gibt einen neuen viralen Trend auf TikTok, doch diesmal geht’s nicht ums Essen, sondern um ein Getränk. Videos von einer selbstgemachten Version des Starbucks Pink Drink schwirren dieses Jahr auf allen sozialen Netzwerken herum, dabei gibt es das Getränk in den USA im Starbucks schon seit 2016 und ist…

Buttermilk Semolina Pudding // Grießpudding mit Buttermilch

Semolina pudding is one of those comfy and warming dishes that I like to eat as a dessert on colder days. This recipe is for those of you who want to enjoy a delicious semolina pudding in spring and summer. By adding buttermilk, this semolina pudding gets a slight pinch of acidity and just tastes…

Sour Cream Dip with Wild Herbs // Kräuterquark aus Wildkräutern

This year I want to learn more about wild herbs and use them more often in my kitchen. This sour cream dip with wild herbs is the perfect way to start incorporating wild herbs into your dishes because you can simply add any wild herb and you don’t have to worry about different flavors going…

May Wine // Maibowle

We are in the middle of May, days start to get longer and it is getting warmer and warmer. This nice weather simply calls for a refreshing drink, so today you will find here this traditional German drink called May wine. Okay, I admit, it feels very nostaligic to serve a drink in these 70ies…