Zorra brought the food-o-graphie event back to life! I really appreciate the effort, since I love to peek behind the lenses of other bloggers, too. So today I tell you which camera gear I’m using! This post is just about the camera and its lenses, there will be more post coming up covering other topics regarding food photography. Until August 2011 I shot with a digital point and shoot camera […]

I had a lot of things going on here, so I didn’t manage to blog this post. So with delay I have two dishes from la Tartine Gourmande, which Ina and I cooked. We made the baked apples (page 234) and the mushroom and potato tart (page 121). Both dishes were delicious, I liked the tart a tiny bit more. But the apples really surprised me, since normally I like […]

russet potatoes, baby spinach, red cabbage, radicchio, cheese, sausage, eggs, yogurt, whipping cream

Swiss chard, leeks, parsley, lettuce, eggs, organic chicken, sausages and cheese

We cook Thai from time to time, since Thai dishes are really easy, quick and fresh. One of my favourites is the red curry. A red curry is mostly a red curry, because it contains red curry paste. The other ingredients mostly differ and you can vary a lot. Therefore you can make a dish out of ingredients from the fridge, pantry and the freezer and in no time you […]

fennel, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, carrots, parsley, eggs, apple juice and cheese

Sooo, we’re back with our cook through of Béa’s cookbook La Tartine Gourmande. I was a bit exhausted of this series at the end of last year, since I couldn’t find much in it to cook in winter. I thought. But I flipped through the book again and wrote things out, that are possible to cook now and I ended up with a lot of recipes! So that gave me […]