Archive for the 'munich' Category
Baby, it's cold outside! Caramel Apples Jan
15th,
2006
Frrrrreezingly cold. But sunny and a perfect day for a short walk through Haidhausen and the nearby “Englischer Garten”. The latter, a perfect spot all year around for running, walking or simply people and (better yet) dog watching.
Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Jan
1st,
2006
Still a few months short of our blog anniversary, but entering a new calendar year, O. and I wanted to sincerely thank all of you, our dear readers, for your seasonal greetings, New Year wishes and general feedback.
Premium-Cola for Premium Shops Premium Cola Dec
3rd,
2005
From the land of Birkenstocks comes Premium Cola a soft drink of which I’m not sure whether it still classifies as an over the counter product or needs prescription.
KOCHGEFLÜSTER - cooking whispers 2005 KOCHGEFLÜSTER Nov
20th,
2005
Anyway, someone must have thought of something when he or she named this years inaugural culinary event on the Praterinsel between Haidhausen & Lehel.
Back to my daily coffee fix Josef Oct
18th,
2005
Now that it’s back to a more regular schedule again, I find myself enjoying Harry’s great coffee even more so, especially my typical early morning routine…
The Opening of Schrannenhalle Schranne Sep
5th,
2005
Munich as lovely as it is, has never been known as the 24/7-no-end party town compared to cities like Berlin or Hamburg. Not to say you can’t have fun in its many bars, clubs and restaurants, but…
A Thousand Miles for a Pink Pitaya Pitaya Aug
23rd,
2005
When we, as part of our Saturday morning routine, came by his stall (Leo’s Obst-Standl), which is one of the nicest around (a magnet for a lot of food stylists, too), we noticed – it literally jumped at us – an ALL pink dragon fruit (with super intense dark pink flesh!)…
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!…
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!
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,…
Transatlantic Food Connection Part II Landersdorfer & Innerhofer Jun
11th,
2005
Not beholden to any specific cuisine, sometimes with an Italian emphasis but generally open to a broader spectrum of influences – always imaginative, Landersdorfer & Innerhofer surprises with a every course.
Transatlantic Food Connection Part I Seehaus Jun
5th,
2005
Owning a little space in their hearts, Munich had them back for a short while – combining business and leisure, we had plenty of time to revisit some of the places and restaurants they became fond of. So here is our culinary trail, part I:
No Mi Ya - California Rolls & Antlers No Mi Ya May
26th,
2005
The owners of No Mi Ya (Haidhausen, Wörthstr. 7) – an original Bavarian character (Ferdl) who runs it jointly with an outstanding Japanese cook (Toshi) – have accomplished the almost unimaginable…
First Summer Weekend Hofbräukeller - Beer Garden May
6th,
2005
It is this time of year when all the various beer gardens and almost-beer-gardens are opening their doors to embrace the first groups of Bavarian culture carrier. In other words it’s officially beer garden time, including roasted chicken, radish and “Obatzda” (cheese mix) with Brez’n (pretzels) and of course lots of high quality beer.
KitchenAid for the taking KitchenAid Apr
11th,
2005
Of course we could have walked in a store and bought one. But our approach was more fun, at times stressful and foremost unexpected.