Archive for December, 2009

I’ve studied in Gießen – a place where you can find nice people (as you can find them anywhere), but where you find nearly nothing interesting. The city is not known among tourists and when you’ve seen it, you know why. However, if you happen to come to Gießen, then go there on a Saturday […]


In English they are called chick peas. In German, their name is Kichererbsen, and kichern means to giggle. Normally I’m not too fond of them, but this salad is very good! And fast. I got the recipe from a friend who got it from a friend (who also got it from a friend??)


It’s tea-time

20Dec09

No, it’s not just tea. It’s chai. Better than any chai you can buy. (And what rhymes, it’s good! Says Pumuckl.) I got the recipe from “Sundays at Moosewood’s” – a book from the Moosewood restaurant in Ithaca, NY –  I don’t know their restaurant, but I do love their books. Easy and interesting vegetarian […]


I have already told you that I always prepare my lunch in the evening and take it to work in a bento box. Why? I just love to eat different foods for one meal. That’s what I love in France: in Germany, you get basically one big plate with a big meal. In France, you’ll […]


Ok. Maybe I shouldn’t post a photo of it – but believe me, it’s very yummy!!! It’s a red-lentil-potato-curry with lemon. A friend prepared it sometimes and after having bought a can of coconut milk, I decided to make a similar curry. I think she got the recipe from the book “Rezepte unter 1,50 Euro” […]