Posts Tagged ‘potato’

I love reading cookbooks. When I’m reading foreign cookbooks, I don’t look into a dictionary for each word that I don’t know. I understand many words by intuition. Well… that’s what I’ve thought. Of course, I knew Irish Stew, and if somebody would have asked me, what it would be, I would have said “Eintopf” […]

Austrian pasta


No, it’s not only Italian, the knowledge of making pasta. The Austrians know to make some similar things like culurgioni as well – pasta dough, a filling made on a basis of potatoes and cheese, some herbs (in the original, mint is used – in the Italian and in the Austrian version) – and the […]



For about 5 months I have been a proud inhabitant of an apartment with a balcony now. And of course, this is the perfect place to have some herbs. And of couuuuurse I needed a pot of sage. Well… I thought, I should finally use some of the sage – why have I always been […]

I don’t know anymore, where I got this recipe. I was cooking it with a friend a long time ago. There I’ve copied it, and I don’t know anymore the book. Sorry. However, it’s yummy and a nice way to eat Sauerkraut! How to make this gratin? Well, get the groceries and start! …It takes […]

Finally. Finally I find the time to write a new post! The kitchen works, the chaos in the new appartment gets smaller, the holidays are over, time to write about food! The rainy, grey days outside made me cook a winter vegetable stew of my Moosewood cookbook (Moosewood Restaurant cooks at home) – a nice […]