Posts Tagged ‘tomato’

This is a quick recipe. That’s why I took quickly a photo – no, it’s not nice, but hey… we’re talking about recipes, not about photos, no? The recipe is a quick red walnut pesto from Moosewood. Not much chopping, not much to have in the fridge, quickly made – perfect evening food after a […]

Everybody complains about the weather. But hey, today there was sun! (This bright thing in the sky, you know…) So it was a perfect day for a summer salad. I didn’t feel like going to the supermarkets I usually go to, so this time, I went to the Turkish supermarket that’s not far away. Oh, […]

Why did the doors sing “Indian summer”? Ok… “indian” is easier to sing. And maybe the song wasn’t supposed to be about bell peppers, onions and tomatoes. Today, I made Hungarian Summer for my bento. Anikó wrote last year how to make Lecsó (or “Letscho” in German, but this spelling looks a bit gross, I […]



Some days ago I found again this blog-entry at lamiacucina. And then I dreamed some days of making these Culurgiones. I love the shape! I just wondered a little bit about pasta filled with potatoes and mint. Potatoes in pasta? Mint and tomato sauce? Well… For the potatoes, there was a big pro: as they’re […]

Anikó writes often about Hungarian cuisine. She always explains the words and groups of dishes, and I like reading it – but I wouldn’t be sure how to call my stuff really. Remains the question of pronounciation. However, I call it Kartoffelgulasch. Or Kartoffelpaprikas. To sound more interesting, because if I have well understood, a […]