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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 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. ...

Posted on Nov 25 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Its been a while since we last made burgers at home. The highlight of this burger is the maple glazed bacon. Since we have more or less figures out how to make amazing burger patties we have decided to bring our burger recipes to another level by introducing more flavors to the classic burger. ...

Its beer and beef again. As the temperature starts falling we start craving for beef stew. It is not the first time we made dark beer beef stew but it is certainly the first time we turned it into a pie. The buttery flaky puff pastry with rich and tender beef is great for those fall/winter nights! ...

Posted on Nov 18 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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There isn’t exactly a name for this dish. It was a dish created spontaneously and taste great too. It is basically a one pan dish which is thrown together. If you have some cabbage, mushrooms and tomatoes sitting around and you don’t know what to do. This is the recipe for you. ...

Posted on Nov 11 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Until last year I did not know that it is that easy to make bibimbap at home. Bibimbap is a korean dish that literally means mixed rice in korean. This is our healthy vegetarian version of bibimbap. This is not so much a recipe than an example of how you can prepare the individual ingredients. ...

Posted on Nov 6 2014 - 4:30pm by The Wife
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We recently bought 3.2kg of kimchi from our local asian shop. What better way to use those spicy crunchy fermented vegetables than in kimchi fried rice! These are so easy to make that anyone can make these at home, well you do need to get some kimchi first. In less than 15mins you will be munching on this heavenly dish. ...

We are officially in autumn! It did not really feel like autumn until we came back to Germany a couple of days ago and noticed that the roads are all covered in pretty red and orange leaves. With the temperatures dropping and rain pouring down, there is nothing more comforting than a hot bread soup. This is the dressed up version of the first bread soup we made. Using seasonal cauliflower with blue...

Posted on Oct 23 2014 - 10:07am by The Wife
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I had some left over rice and did not feel like making the usual egg fried rice for dinner. So I did a little recipe searching for left over rice recipe that is not fried rice and that uses cheese. Just because I really wanted to have some cheese with egg and rice. I could not really find something that looks exciting enough for me to try. So I decided to be experimental and created this crispy rice...

Posted on Oct 16 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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This is how you make a budget friendly dish look all fancy. By stacking them sky high and giving them *ahem* fancy names. It is essentially grilled zucchini and bulgur in red wine tomato sauce. A lightly seasoned sliced zucchini together with a rich and deep bulgur that is cooked with red wine tomato sauce. Easy to create but will definitely impress your guests! It is a lighter and healthier version...

Its been a while since we made something hearty for brunch. This is the Husband’s creation. It is a hybrid of Shashuka and Hash brown. Basically breakfast in a pan! Its a one pan dish that is easy to prepare. The salty and flavourful bratwurst with crispy potatoes and a poach runny egg yolk is heavenly. I’ve made gifs of the making process. Hope you like it! ...