Archive for July, 2005
Chocolate Earl Grey Truffles and Gelato - IMBB no. 17 Earl Grey Gelato Jul
30th,
2005
The dessert genius Clement over at the most extraordinary and puristic “à la cuisine!” chose a truly elaborate theme for this month’s IMBB: tasteTEA it is!…
Red Currant Sorbet Red Currant Sorbet Jul
28th,
2005
The news probably came as a shock to the clusters of red currants that were parked next to our fruit plate the last 2 days. We actually had bought them to make some fine red currant & strawberry jam…
Oven Dried Tomatoes - Really a No-Brainer oven dried tomatoes Jul
24th,
2005
One of the more elegant/advanced enhancements to jazz up a sandwich or panino are sun or oven dried tomatoes. However, the ones you can buy are often either TOO expensive, TOO strong in taste or TOO chewy. So why not try to make them myself?
Sweet Tidbits about Munich: Vanilla Ice Cream Jul
21st,
2005
One of my absolute favorite ingredients are vanilla beans. Vanilla extract, off the shelf vanilla sugar or syntetic vanillin, no, thank you, not in my kitchen. The only problem with my culinary predilection: Vanilla beans are quite expensive!
Cooking and Acting, compatible ? - Bill and Lea Jul
17th,
2005
Despite all good intentions to watch as little TV as possible, I always fall for (new) cooking shows on TV. Just can’t help it. German TV seems to know my Saturday schedule,…
Oh Honey, You Shouldn't Have! - SHF no. 10 More Honey Jul
15th,
2005
Honey, honey, honey. Having spend every other day with my grand parents as a child, I always took it for granted that a full jar of delicious honey was readily available at our breakfast table. My grandparents always preferred the kind that had that natural creamy,…