Month: March 2019

Lentil Salad with Walnuts, Raisins & Tahini (V, GF)

Lentil Salad with Walnuts, Raisins & Tahini (V, GF)

Salad season is starting to knock on our doors. When I want to make a quick lunch or dinner, I usually use some type of legume and combine it with (at least) a handful of fresh herbs, roasted nuts and dried fruits. To me, this 

Parsley & Walnut Pesto (V)

Parsley & Walnut Pesto (V)

Pesto is pure flavour. Whether in pasta, salads, on pizza, in soups or as a spread onto a wholewheat cracker, pesto gives to much taste! And I can assure you: when making your own pesto, you don’t need to use half a bottle of olive 

Tahini Brownies (V, GF)

Tahini Brownies (V, GF)

Brownies are gold. But do they need sugar, butter, eggs and wheat flour? Not at all! These tahini brownies are chocolatey, fudgy, perfectly sweetened, nutty and will melt on your tongue. They have ripe bananas, cocoa, tahini and hazelnut flour inside which is why they 

Feli’s Pink & Green

Feli’s Pink & Green

This is Feli.  Feli is a a passionate foodie and loves to cook (which is why I visited her in her home and also why she is now eternalised on this blog). She shares her love for food at yoga retreats where she whips together 

Kiwi, Chocolate, Fig & Pecan Squares (V,  GF)

Kiwi, Chocolate, Fig & Pecan Squares (V, GF)

I first wanted to call these my “what’s in these squares” but I thought it doesn’t sum up it’s deliciousness enough. Yum, yum, YUMMY! What else is there to say about these kiwi squares? I had ripe kiwis at home and was about to bake my 

Lemon & Chia Cookies (V)

Lemon & Chia Cookies (V)

It’s time for these: lemon & chia cookies that give you that lemony zesty-sweet cake satisfaction. I created these when standing in my kitchen and looking at a bowl filled with gorgeous, bright yellow bio organic lemons. What should I do with them?, I wondered. For some 

Lena’s Quinoa Stuffed Pumpkin

Lena’s Quinoa Stuffed Pumpkin

This is Lena.  Lena is a one of a kind. She is a very sensual cook and a passionate baker. Her wisdom and insight won’t let you guess her age – she is the youngest People Who Cook cook yet. She grew up in Berlin 

Supper Club – Ottolenghi’s Levant

Supper Club – Ottolenghi’s Levant

I recently moved to a new apartment in Berlin (one that is closer to trees and lakes and funnily enough wild boars). When moving here, I might have dropped the words  I am a foodie. Did that resonate with my new housemate Stella? Very likely. Because