Posted on Feb 21 2015 - 7:54pm by The Wife
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This dish is a middle eastern inspired dish. There isn’t a real dish out there so it does not have a real (official) name. It is just my go-to dish to prepare on a weeknight when I would like a warm dinner. It is easy to create if you often cook with spices because the spices are what makes this dish stand out and will be really convenient if you have at sitting around. ...

Posted on Feb 15 2015 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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This decadent triple chocolate pound cake is about as much chocolate as you can possibly pack into one cake. Its a request from the Husband who wanted to have chocolate pound cake. I love baking anything chocolate and am always expanding my chocolate cake variation and am very happy that I found this recipe. Definitely one of the best chocolate pound cake recipe I found. ...

Posted on Feb 9 2015 - 10:24pm by The Wife
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Hello! No we have not abandoned the blog. Just trying to get back into the routine of blogging again. Hence the long interval. Today we have something savoury. Kale with chorizo. The Husband made this a while back and the taste was amazing! This is a pretty traditional winter dish in Germany. This region to be specific. The Husband added his own twist to the dish. Read on the find out more! ...

If you are searching for a no recipe roasted chicken this is one that could help inspire you. I know that sounds weird but this is a “recipe” inspiration because you can basically add anything you want plus the chicken and viola you have a roast chicken dish for dinner. Its really fail proof and super easy to make. Read on to get inspired. ...

Posted on Jan 18 2015 - 9:21am by The Wife
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Caramel walnut blondies. Soft chewy and sweet on the inside with an occasional crunch to them is a great dessert with coffee or tea. Blondies to me are a substitute for brownies. Instead of chocolate blondies are simply replaced with brown sugar. Try baking these for friends who are allergic to chocolate. In this entry I have also included a short video of the baking process! ...

There is nothing better than a thick creamy bowl of bacon potato leek soup on a cold and wet night. And we have been experiencing a lot of these kind of nights lately here in Germany. I attempted to make a short video on a part of the cooking process. Read on the see more! ...

Posted on Jan 6 2015 - 9:52pm by The Wife
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Hi guys, Its been a while since our last recipe. Don’t worry we have not abandoned the blog! There was just too much happening in December (with moving and vacation) that it was almost impossible to update it. We will gradually get back to the usual 3 times (or twice) a week posting of new recipes! Today we will bring you a quick fusion shakshuka recipe. If you love spinach, tomatoes and poached...

Posted on Dec 13 2014 - 2:00pm by The Wife
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Its getting colder and colder and we are craving for warm soup these days. What better way to warm up those cold evenings with some spicy kimchi beef soup that. We love spicy soup especially when kimchi is thrown into the picture. ...

For the lack of creativity the name of this dish has got to be one of the longest I have ever given. This was a spontaneous dish. Simply because i like the taste of all the ingredients and know that they work well together. Mushroom and spinach. Spinach and egg. Camembert and eggs. Eggs and mushroom. You cannot really go wrong. So why not have everything if you cannot make up your mind! ...

Posted on Dec 9 2014 - 4:30pm by The Wife
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Its another carrot cake recipe again. I know I know you must be thinking what are the difference between this and the other carrot cake recipes that I baked from the other time. Well this is the recipe that I use to bake until I started with all the different carrot cake variations. This recipe is a keeper. Simple, easy and you can never go wrong. The classic carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. ...

Posted on Dec 5 2014 - 11:00pm by The Wife
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If you have not tried it then you have got to give this a go. This kimchi grilled cheese is a life changer. Yup you read right. Kimchi, the korean fermented spicy and sour vegetable, together with salty chewy cheddar cheese. It is super easy to make and really the perfect late night comfort food. ...

Chocolate glazed breakfast pear muffin that is filled with autumn spices. A comforting pear muffin recipe that is relatively healthy and a great way to get rid of left over pears. These muffins are moist and not very sweet and could also be a on the go snack as well. ...