Homemade Kimchi, Peanut Butter Miso Spread & Buckwheat Pancakes

Homemade Kimchi, Peanut Butter Miso Spread & Buckwheat Pancakes

May sound odd but it’s a real game changer! Trust me. This is the real deal. I do realise that this recipe is very multi-layered, but the combination is just so worth it. In case you feel like only making Kimchi today, go for it! 

Who Would Have Thought – New Beginnings Dinner Event

Who Would Have Thought – New Beginnings Dinner Event

Let’s dive right into it and start this text with an insight: dinner parties are my thing, but there’s a but. Dinner parties or any sort of gathering with friends, acquaintances and strangers bears some awkwardness. To me, most social settings do.  When thrown into 

The Saving Produce Dinnerparty

The Saving Produce Dinnerparty

Cooking together is so much more fun! I do really enjoy to stand in the kitchen on my own (it’s my favourite meditation practice of ’em all), but to share this creative space with another person (assuming that there are enough chopping boards) is highly 

Cooking in Nature

Cooking in Nature

On at gloomy, rainy Saturday morning not long ago, I was sitting in the German countryside, where there isn’t much but trees and birds and fields and deer. And fireplaces. And freshly brewed coffee. As well as a CD selection of Bach’s cello sonatas. And 

Italian Gem – MINI CULT BISTRO

Italian Gem – MINI CULT BISTRO

Hidden gems are what make the eating-out culture interesting, don’t you agree? I do not go out for food very often but when I do, I try to make sure that the place is special. Special in what way? In terms of food, of course!  

Pumpkin Potluck Party

Pumpkin Potluck Party

This year’s pumpkin season was celebrated BIG. With a party. A pumpkin party. In fact, a pumpkin party with so many pumpkin-inspired dishes that we almost (but really only almost) got tired of pumpkin again.  But let’s be honest, I’ve eaten a similar type of 

Living A Very French Life

Living A Very French Life

Welcome to the very picturesque countryside of la France where cows gleefully chew their grass and birds build their cosy nests. For some reason I am very drawn to this country, though the reason does not entail the word croissant – I promise. This time, 

Supper Club – Time For A Picnic

Supper Club – Time For A Picnic

Summer has arrived – it’s hot, it’s sweaty, it’s sunny and about time for a lush picnic in the beautiful, stunning, lush park in front of our house! We gathered a bunch of fellow foodies (some of whom you know already such as Lloyd, the