Posted on Jun 28 2015 - 4:46pm by The Wife
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This is another cake that uses blueberries! Hey it blueberry season now so why not take advantage of it. I did not know a cake like that existed until the Husband request for it. So this is definitely a team work here. We’ve seen plenty of blueberry cheesecake and blueberry crumble cake. Both taste awesome. Why not combine both of them! Blueberry streusel cheesecake. ...

Posted on Jun 13 2015 - 7:00pm by The Wife
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This is an oldie but a goodie. It is really hard not to like them. A cake where the fresh strawberries are laid on the cake batter and during the baking process the batter will bake over the strawberries revealing hints of red strawberries peaking through the cake. Taste both amazing and visually pleasing. ...

Posted on Jun 11 2015 - 6:00pm by The Wife
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Every year for the last three years we post a bruschetta type recipe. There is something very refreshing about the simple tomato olive oil and garlic mixture. I could eat this all year round but more so during the summer time when its hot outside. ...

Posted on Jun 6 2015 - 6:30pm by The Wife
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Hello all! We are back. Well not that we have ever been away but I think with longer daylight and the weather turning warmer we are more motivated to try new recipes and start working on riceandbread again. Lets start summer with an awesome blueberry crumble cake. I think I have found the crumble cake recipe for fresh fruits! ...

Green asparagus are in season and I am loving it! This has been our quick go to pasta dish to make on a busy weeknight when everyone is home later then usual and still want to cook something for dinner. Green asparagus with black olives and fresh cherry tomatoes. ...

Posted on May 9 2015 - 6:00pm by The Wife
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Who does not love cookies? Baked these lovely batch of almond chocolate chip cookies a couple of weeks ago using my good old chocolate chip cookie recipe. These are really simple to bake so read on to find out more! ...

This is why I think brunch is overrated. Guacamole with chorizo and soft fluffy scrambled eggs on fresh sourdough bread topped with sriracha for that kick. All homemade! Okay I lied chorizo and bread are store bought but still who need to go out and pay overpriced brunches if you can make assemble this at home. ...

This is how you make a hybrid meatball tomato soup. The plan was to make meatball with tomato sauce but the result was this really thick tomato soup that is perfect for bread dipping and during those random cool spring nights. The plus point of this recipe is that it almost does not require much effort to prepare the meatballs. ...

If you like soft chewy almost brownie like chocolate cookies. Stop right now and read on the find out how to bake these addictive cookies! The brown dots in the cookies are Reese peanut butter chips which we brought back from Singapore. ...

Posted on Apr 8 2015 - 10:20pm by The Wife
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Yay to longer daylight! Which means that we can finally grill “proper” on our balcony. It is not exactly “spring” here in Germany but warm enough (9 degrees) to stand out in the balcony to grill some MEAT. This was inspired by some instagram photo the Husband saw. Bun less burger. Yes. No Carbs. Just the juicy meat. ...

Posted on Mar 26 2015 - 9:04pm by The Wife
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This is another long overdue recipe. It is a dish the Husband and I had almost every other day when the dishwasher was kaputt because it not only taste awesome, especially when the temperature is freezing, its really simply to prepare and it only requires one pot! This is a fusion miso soup with my simple homemade meatball. ...

This is a recipe that will require minimal dishes to wash. All you need is a pan and maybe a big bowl to prepare this. Simply put everything in a baking pan and pop it in the oven. Thats all the “cooking” you need to do. The smoky part comes from the smoked paprika which balances out the sweetness of the sweet potato. ...