Diese Rote Bete Tarte Tatin mit Feta hat sich zu einem meiner Lieblingsgerichte diesen Winters etabliert! Bereits dreimal habe ich sie gemacht und das heißt was bei mir! Rote Bete Rezepte sind hier auf dem Blog noch etwas rar gesät. Einerseits liebe ich rote Bete, denn welches Gemüse hat bitte ein vergleichbares süßliches Aroma und trotzdem eine so tolle Konsistenz? Und das im Winter, sprich KEIN Kohlgemüse. Eben. Aber dann […]

Update: Für das deutsche Rezept nach unten scrollen! When I remember of red currants, I think of me as a child, standing in front of the red currant bushes in the garden of my relatives in Coburg. Just plucking and nibbling one after the other with pleasure. Really loved that time of year, since I’m still loving it today. And I’m still in love with red currants. Unfortunately we don’t […]

Update: Für das deutsche Rezept nach unten scrollen! Since on the 20. March was Macaron Day I decided to show you my latest accomplishment in macarons. Yes, there exists a special day for macarons! In Paris are special shops, that sell macarons all day long and on macarons day you can get some free! Unfortunately I never had the chance to be there (on macarons day or sometime else). As […]

Update: Für das deutsche Rezept nach unten scrollen! As you noticed I didn’t had much time for blogging this month and so unfortunately not a single recipe found it’s way in my beloved blog in novembre. But I cannot bear it that novembre goes away empty handed. So two weeks ago I made some delicious Crème Brûlée, which I spiced with some orange peels and cinnamon. But feel free to […]

Update: Für das deutsche Rezept nach unten scrollen! This month challenge for the Daring Bakers were French Macarons. The 2009 October Daring Bakers’ challenge was brought to us by Ami S. She chose macarons from Claudia Fleming’s The Last Course: The Desserts of Gramercy Tavern as the challenge recipe. I was a bit scared, because I tried macarons some weeks ago the first time and they went totally wrong. The […]